Anxiety; we’ve all experienced it. It crops up alongside major life events like medical procedures, opening night, final exams, blind dates, important deadlines, and dream job interviews. This is all normal and the feeling generally goes away once the major event has passed. However for some people, this feeling of anxiety crops up on a daily basis. They may have chest pains, shortness of breath, insomnia, restlessness, tingling or numbness, dizziness, dry mouth, fear, palpitations, stomach pains, excessive sweating, nausea, and constriction in their throat. They get overwhelmed with worry and it can be paralyzing. It affects their lives and they suffer. Don’t suffer anymore, if this describes you, schedule an appointment with your doctor and get checked out. Then read on about how acupuncture helps anxiety and calms your mind.
We all know people who smoke like a chimney and eat nothing but fast food and keep having babies like nobody’s business. You and your partner live relatively healthy lives and are having trouble conceiving. It’s frustrating but don’t give up hope. Our constitutions differ so we must implement different lifestyle strategies accordingly. Try working your way through these fertility strategies with your partner – but don’t let this list stress you or your relationship. Be gentle with yourselves and take your time.
I’m almost 40 and I’ve never been healthier. Growing up, I frequented the hospital- even in my 20s and 30s- for severe asthma attacks, pneumonia, tonsillitis, bronchitis, strep throat, and severe colds.
Bone broth is rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants which are essential for bone health, especially calcium, magnesium and phosphorous. Bone broth also contains two important amino acids: proline and glycine. These amino acids are needed to heal wounds, both large and microscopic caused by inflammation.
Blood deficiency is a common condition in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) caused by a lack of nourishment to the blood. In this post, we will discuss the various symptoms, treatment, and dietary recommendations
Yin deficiency is a pattern of disharmony in the body. According to the fundamentals of Chinese Medicine, everything can be classified as either Yin or Yang. Balance between Yin and yang is important for good health, one keeps the other in check. The Yin in our body is essentially our moisture, our liquid. Our blood is Yin; we are comprised of mostly water. The Yang in our body is our fire, our energy.