"Chinese Medicine to Allay Anxiety" May/2017
Chinese medicine is an excellent treatment for anxiety, a condition that is highly common as a result of today’s fast paced, high-pressure society. According to Chinese medicine, anxiety is derived from a disharmony within either one or a combination of the heart, kidney, spleen and liver organ systems. Chinese medicine treatments such as acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, combined with the exercises of qigong or tai chi are excellent options for restoring balance, peace, and harmony when anxiety has become an issue.
"Chinese Medicine: A Holistic Process of Healing" April/2017
Chinese medicine is a broad-spectrum approach involving life’s physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, and energetic components. The primary goal is to establish health through restoration and maintenance of free flowing energy throughout the body. It focuses on resolving the root cause of illness, together with addressing presenting symptoms. As a preventative measure, it improves upon and maintains optimal health. As a holistic approach to wellness, Chinese medicine views and treats a person as a whole to achieve balance, vibrant energy, peace, and strong will for life.
"Amazing Acupuncture: Amazing You" March/2017
Acupuncture is an effective method for promotion of health, prevention of disease, and alleviation of pain. This is accomplished through enhanced qi flow where there is deficiency and re-established flow where there is blockage. This is based on the major tenet of Chinese medicine that disease occurs when qi is deficient, blocked, or out of balance.
"Nourishing the Five Spirits: Our Key to Health" February/2017
The beauty of Chinese medicine is the way it treats an individual as a whole being. Its major goal is to establish free flowing qi (pronounced ‘chee’) throughout the body’s energetic pathways. Good health is also attained by balancing the emotional and spiritual aspects of the body. This is especially important when an individual has emotional and mental health issues. Depending on individual needs, treatment is aimed at addressing the root cause and simultaneously focusing on alleviating symptoms.
"Nourishing the Source of Life" January/2017
According to Chinese medicine, the spleen is the primary yin organ of the body traditionally known as “the source of life.” The spleen governs the breakdown of food and drink and then turns it into energetic nourishment for the body. Numerous factors need to be considered in terms of lifestyle habits to ensure healthy, vibrant spleen energy. This is especially the case due to our fastpaced society which tends to overwork and deplete the spleen, leading to an inordinate number of people suffering from digestive issues and low energy.
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