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Women’s Health And Chinese Medicine

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For thousands of years, Chinese medicine has clearly understood women’s health, and the problems that beset it. Today, this holistic healing system to well-being and health is an extremely effective way in treating health problems concerning women including all types of menstrual-associated maladies such as depression, mood swings, headaches, and cramping.

Childbirth-Related Issues

Post-partum depression – The full spectrum health problems affecting women throughout their reproductive and post-reproductive years

Customized Treatment

The basic foundational approach to health maintenance and disease prevention of Chinese medicine lies in the uniqueness of each person, and there’s no such thing as a ‘one-size-fits-all’ answer to disease and illnesses in this system. For instance, Chinese herbal formulas that can answer specific needs of young women as well as other formulas designed to treat conditions experienced by women in their post-reproductive years are available.

Unique Problems

Women’s reproductive systems are susceptible to unique health problems. Women as a group, for instance, have greater rates of kidney-related illnesses and problems than men, problems Chinese medicine addresses effectively via a combo of Chinese nutrition and diet, Qi Gong, acupressure, Austin acupuncture, and herbal remedies. These are all effective treatments minus the side effects.

The Power of Oriental Medicine

One case showing the effectiveness of Chinese medicine as it relates to the health of women can be seen in a thirty-two year old woman whose menstrual cycle prematurely stops. Chinese medicine has diagnostic techniques that can determine the reason for the cessation of her menstruation, and healing methods for getting it to function anew.

A Better Quality of Life

Chinese medicine is an extremely helpful way to address unique health issues affecting women. It helps them to maintain and regain a unique feeling of health and wellbeing.

Written by Valerie

August 20th, 2019 at 9:13 pm

Posted in Acupuncture

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