World Health Day 2017 Focuses on Depression

WORLD HEALTH DAY – APRIL 7, 2017 World Health Day 2017, aims to mobilize action on depression. This condition affects people of all ages, from all walks of life, in all countries. It impacts on people’s ability to carry out everyday tasks, with consequences for...

Food Energetics

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) food is viewed as medicine and is used to nourish and harmonize the body, mind, and spirit. All foods have a distinct energy and characteristic properties that either help to balance our bodies and make us healthy, or that create...

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine for Endometriosis

Cred: Holistic Health Oxford Acupuncture has been researched to treat both endometriosis and menstrual pain with positive results as we have shown in our previous post here . While we are familiar with the Western viewpoint of endometriosis, let’s take a look at...

10 Sleep Tips Inspired By Chinese Medicine

Lack of sleep leads to a whole host of possible health problems – such as heart disease, obesity, depression, and ulcers. It also reduces how productive we are at work. Here are ten simple tips from Traditional Chinese Medicine to enjoy better quality sleep. 1....

Nutrition Awareness Month: Eat What You Need

MARCH IS NUTRITION AWARENESS MONTH A holistic philosophy, like the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) approach to nutrition, would be to listen to what your body is asking for and not to subscribe to advertisements or trendy diets. Eat what YOU need. But how do you...

Acupuncture for Menopause

Acupuncture points to treat the emotional and physical effects of menopause are located all over the body. During the acupuncture treatment, tiny needles will be placed along your legs, arms, shoulders, and perhaps even your little toe!  There seems to be little...

Treat Fatigue with Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is all about balance–energy balance, in particular. And whether you visit a Western or an Eastern practitioner for fatigue, you’re likely to get the same advice: incorporate more balance into your life. TCM will provide you with...

TCM & Acupuncture to Manage High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is an indicator that a person has a high risk for heart disease, stroke, or heart attacks.  In Traditional Chinese Medicine, a healthy body is our natural state and any illness or health issue is attributed to something in the body being out of...

February Is American Heart Month

Give your cardiovascular health a boost with Acupuncture! Despite dramatic medical advances over the past fifty years, heart disease remains a leading cause of death globally and the number one cause of death in the United States. By integrating acupuncture and...