Getting back on tract!
Acupuncture is very effective for treating numerous digestive complaints. Gas, bloating, reflux, indigestion, constipation and diarrhea all respond really well to the combination of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine since they regulate the functions of the digestive system.
Acupuncture is especially beneficial for helping to regulate the reproductive organs and alleviating the signs and symptoms associated with menstrual problems at any age. Many GYN problems can be resolved with a series of simple treatments and relief comes without side-effects or drugs.
Feeling glad all over!
Acupuncture communicates with the healing mechanism of the body increasing the circulation of blood and other vital bodily fluidsthus to alleviate pain, stiffness and other symptoms. Arthritis and other joint disorders improve, promoting flexibility, mobility and range of motion while reducing inflammation and undue muscular contractions.
Revitalize your senses and refresh your mind!
Enkephalins and endorphins are the body's natural pain-killers and mood modifiers. Both are morphine-like substances that our bodies naturally produce whose functions are similar to those of opium-based drugs. Enkephalins block pain principally in the spinal cord, while endorphins do so at the brain stem, the region at the base of the brain that connects the cerebrum to the spinal cord. The brain stem controls the flow of messages between the brain and the rest of the body, as well as basic involuntary functions like breathing, swallowing, heart rate, blood pressure, consciousness and awake/sleep cycles. Acupuncture treats many psychiatric, neurological and emotional disorders by exerting a positive impact on the brain, spinal cord and nerve cells. Treatments restore a sense of calm and well-being without the unwanted side effects of tranquilizer and antidepressants.
The Breath of Life
Respiration is the exchange of gases between the atmosphere, blood and cells. The respiratory system also contains receptors for the sense of smell, filters inspired air, produces sounds and helps eliminate waste. Common respiratory conditions that are effectively managed with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicinal Substances include conditions like colds and flu, sinusitis, bronchitis, COPD, asthma/wheezing and allergic rhinitis.
Asthma/wheezing, hay fever or allergic rhinitis are unpleasant problems due to abnormal reactions to allergens. Pollen, household dust, animal dander and down-filled pillows become airborne irritants when breathed in by hypersensitive people. The tendency to develop an allergy is inherited and about ten percent of people suffer from one or more of them. Extreme allergic reactions can be eliminated or reduced with acupuncture treatments, thus restoring balance to the respiratory system. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicinal Herbs work together to effectively balance, build and strengthen a weakened immune system that has become reactive to inhaled or ingested substances, as well as allergens that come in contact with our skin. Acupuncture is often effective for treating chronic skin disorders.