While Western medicine works to fight off cancer in your body, often with harsh side effects, Eastern medicine takes a more holistic approach. Western medicine has recently recognized and embraced the benefits of holistic traditions, often referring to these types of treatments as integrative oncology.
Winter is the time when the cold wind and snow replace the sun's summer heat. The days are shorter, urging our bodies to slow down. The new year is upon us, asking us to reflect on the year behind us and our health. This makes winter the perfect time to rest, renew, and reflect on your health.
One of the most important ways to address the existential crisis of infertility is to control your mind. Meditation and other forms of mindful activities, like yoga or hiking, all include an element of focusing on something besides our nervous and overactive minds. Every health goal you want to achieve is more successful when you provide yourself with the best resources and tools possible, including fertility.
Having difficulties focusing, remembering tasks or organizing your thoughts? Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine can help optimize your brain power through a treatment approach that incorporates different modalities, including nutritional support. Acupuncture can also help with attention disorders and learning capacity.
Due to the complexity of treating autoimmune disorders, integrative medicine solutions including acupuncture and Chinese medicine have received much attention as successful therapies in their treatment. Acupuncture is specifically noted for its use in pain relief, regulating the immune system, managing symptoms and improving quality of life.
It seems that we all have different habits holding us back in life. However, changing your habits may be easier than you think. The nature of working with holistic medicine means there needs to be a change in behavior, whether it's more sleep, more exercise, food changes, or a major change such as switching careers. Yes, sometimes a job change can be exactly what your health needs.
For many people, arthritis pain and inflammation cannot be avoided as the body ages. In fact, most people over the age of 50 show some signs of arthritis as joints naturally degenerate over time. Fortunately, arthritis can often be managed with acupuncture and Chinese medicine.
At Earley Wellness Group, we specialize in treating fertility among other conditions including pain and cancer. Our fertility patients come in feeling emotionally exasperated by feeling that they have no control over their uterus and ovaries. This, coupled with the fertility drugs their doctors have prescribed makes them feel physically exhausted.
I think because we don't speak on it, there is still a serious lack of understanding about what menopause is and how it affects a lot of women. We want to shine some light on this very natural process and how to fight some of the symptoms with Traditional Chinese Medicine.