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Posts Categorized: Acupuncture

How Acupuncture Helps with Digestive Problems

You may already know that going gluten-free or following a paleo diet can bring you some relief from your digestive problems. However, if you suffer from Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, acid reflux or embarrassing bloating and gas, acupuncture can also be extremely beneficial. Here’s how acupuncture helps with digestive problems: • Acupuncture is based on… Read more »

Importance of Being Proactive About Your Health

You’ve probably heard it before: prevention is the best cure. This statement is no mere cliché—it’s the key to keeping yourself as healthy as possible. Read on to learn more about the importance of being proactive about your health, and how you can achieve this vital goal. Relieve stress and anxiety Maybe you had a… Read more »

How Acupuncture Helps with Anxiety

Are you one of the 40 million Americans who suffer from anxiety? You may have tried therapy, medication, meditation and a number of other approaches. While all of these can be helpful, we have an additional recommendation: acupuncture. Here’s how acupuncture helps with anxiety: • In ancient Chinese medicine, an energy force called Qi regulates… Read more »

Benefits of Acupuncture for Baby Boomers

Acupuncture is for everyone—from babies to boomers. In fact, seniors often respond to acupuncture even better than younger people do! Here are some of the benefits of acupuncture for seniors: Acupuncture can treat a variety of issues that affect the older generation These include digestive issues like acid reflux or constipation, blurry vision, insomnia, arthritis,… Read more »

FAQ About Acupuncture

If you’ve never had acupuncture before, you probably have a lot of questions. Here is our guide to common FAQ about acupuncture: First of all, what is acupuncture, exactly? Acupuncture is a procedure rooted in ancient Chinese medicine. It involves inserting sterilized stainless-steel needles, which are as fine as a human hair, into specific points… Read more »

How Acupuncture Can Help During Cold & Flu Season

Like it or not, cold and flu season is upon us. If you suffer from frequent colds with sniffles, congestion, headaches or other seasonal ailments, acupuncture can offer you some much-needed relief and keep colds and the flu at bay. Here’s how acupuncture can help during cold and flu season: Acupuncture can boost your immune system Acupuncture… Read more »

Five Causes of Migraine Headaches

Between the blinding pain, the auras and the general incapacitation, migraines can really ruin your day. Learn about some causes of migraine headaches, and how acupuncture and special herbal supplements helps to prevent chronic migraines as well as relieve the symptoms of an acute attack. Hormones Many women tend to get migraines around their period…. Read more »

Five Natural Methods to Induce Labor

Having a baby? Congratulations! By the end of month nine, moms-to-be are more than ready to meet their new bundle of joy. If you’re looking for natural ways to induce labor, here are a few methods that just might work: Eat “THE” Salad While it’s not proven by science, women have claimed to go into… Read more »

Benefits of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture

Are you dealing with an ailment or injury that just won’t go away? One of the ways to promote healing within your body is to turn to acupuncture. It’s an ancient alternative medical practice that relies on the use of tiny needles to treat mild to moderately severe ailments and injuries. It balances the energy… Read more »

Top Three Things to Remember Before Your Acupuncture Appointment

If you’ve decided to tap into the numerous benefits of acupuncture—from improved health and stress reduction to pain relief—congratulations! This treatment, which has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries, will make a positive change. However, if it’s your first time, you may not know what to expect. Here are three things to remember before… Read more »