The ear is the organ of our body responsible for hearing. This important sensory organ however, is more than just a channel for sound energy. The ear establishes a connection between sound and our body and also maintains our balance to sustain our position with … Continue reading
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Acupuncture Treatment For Drug Addiction Can Help Reduce Anxiety And Withdrawal Symptoms
Acupuncture has been an extremely versatile form of treatment that has served the Chinese people well for over 2,500 years. Although still regarded by most western cultures as “alternative” medicine, acupuncture is fast gaining notoriety for its efficiency in treating drug addiction and alcoholism in … Continue reading
Acupuncture Is A Valid Treatment For Poor Immune Function, High Cholesterol, Insomnia, and Anxiety
By stimulating the energy channels in the body, acupuncture in Spokane can help boost the circulatory system. This treatment originated in China for millennia and is still used in modern medicine.
Needles are inserted by acupuncturists into predetermined areas of the body called acupoints to … Continue reading
Why Acupuncture is the Best Treatment for Anxiety and Stress
TCM or Traditional Chinese Medicine sees a direct link between the liver and anxiety and stress. TCM practitioners warn that any disharmony in the function of the liver can bring about “10,000 illnesses.” The liver, according to them, is so important in that its function … Continue reading
Instead of Prescription Drugs Why not take Acupuncture for Your Anxiety
As one who has suffered from panic and anxiety attacks in Cleveland, I have undergone almost every form of treatment outside of psychotropic medications to help rid myself of those two conditions. If you are suffering from panic disorder, then we are part of the … Continue reading
Acupuncture for Anxiety
Is anxiety a problem you’ve been coping with for so many years? Do you, time and time again, feel overwhelmed and out of control? The symptoms of anxiety can include apprehension and uneasiness about future events, obsessive thinking, sweating and palpitations.
Risk Factors for Anxiety
A fourth of the adult population in America has experienced severe anxiety in Orlando at some points in their lives. General anxiety affects around 20 million Americans making it the most common psychiatric problem in the US.
Gender – In terms of gender, … Continue reading