Balancing Vital Qi Energy to reduce stress.
Acupuncture for Stress, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD
Stress is one of the most important factors determining our quality of life and overall health. No one is immune to its effects.
When your body is exposed to a stressful situation, whether physical, mental or even a perceived threat, the “fight or flight” response kicks in as you prepare for the emergency.
When we are healthy and the stressors are short-lived, we bounce back with little effect on our overall health. However, a constant state of tension with ourselves takes its toll.
Acupuncture has an immediate effect on the nervous system to relieve stress and anxiety, help with symptoms of depression and restore a calm state of mind. It is safe, effective and drug-free.
Acupuncture for Quality Sleep
Past generations used to average 9 hours of sleep nightly. Nowadays, people often sleep only 6-7 hours nightly. Predictably, they do not awaken refreshed.
According to TCM theory, insomnia is a sign of an imbalance of Qi, the active energy of life. This imbalance can stem from a number of causes such as stress, anxiety, medications, depression, and chronic pain.
Acupuncture restores the normal flow of qi to reduce stress and improve sleep quality. It is effective, safe and drug-free.
Try acupuncture to get the benefits of a good sleep again: Improves and consolidates memory, improves decision-making and intuition, sleep regulates hormones responsible for the feeling of hunger, thus promoting healthy weight loss.
What can an Acupuncturist do?
An acupuncturist will conduct a thorough evaluation and a complete health history. The symptoms, signs and other information that is gathered are pieces of the diagnostic health puzzle. Putting together this puzzle allows a practitioner to develop a unique treatment plan that will address each patient’s individual concerns.
Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese