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Archive for January, 2018

IBS And The Role Of The Spleen And Liver In Digestive Health

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Founded on the idea of harmony and balance between yin and yang, Chinese medicine uses an approach to digestive health quite different from that of modern Western medicine. Chinese medicine states that the liver is where the blood is stored. It is the organ system that normalizes the level of blood in circulation. Therefore, for nourishment, the liver’s health relies on the adequacy of blood flowing in the body.

In addition, the spleen has also … Continue reading

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January 30th, 2018 at 2:37 pm

Chi Nei Tsang To Boost The Flow Of Energy Throughout Your Body Strengthen Your Core

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Strengthening our center or core is what we hear a lot these days but what does this really mean? Well, what is our core, in the first place? Our core is our body’s center of gravity that’s situated in the area of stomach stretching from the navel to the pubic bone. Our center/core is an extremely important part of our body while the navel plays an integral role in our daily well being and health.… Continue reading

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January 30th, 2018 at 2:34 pm

What is Cranial Sacral Massage Therapy?

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The cranial-sacral system of our body is composed of the cerebrospinal fluid and membranes that wraps and shield the vertebrae and brain. The fluid that flows through the (CNS) is the cerebrospinal fluid. It travels over the dural tube found between the skull and brain. This fluid carries nutrients to structures in the nervous system and eliminates wastes from the brain and spinal cord. The cerebrospinal fluid is mainly responsible for the detoxification of the … Continue reading

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January 30th, 2018 at 2:25 pm

Acupressure A Useful Treatment For Migraines And Headaches

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For most practitioners, acupuncture is the best treatment for headaches, but they also believe that acupressure can be also a powerful treatment for headaches and one of its best features is that it is easy to learn and can be done safely at home. The differential patterns for the various types of headaches may depend on whatever organ system(s) is affected although almost always it is the Gallbladder meridian that’s affected.

The Gallbladder meridian is … Continue reading

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January 16th, 2018 at 4:41 pm

A Tai-Chi Session Each Week Can Help You Stay Fit And Healthy Until Your Golden Years

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According to American researchers, the exercises in Chinese Tai-Chi can benefit your health and well being by boosting your self confidence and increasing muscle resistance. If you are looking for a way to maintain strong bones and good health, even when you`re past 60, we recommend that you include a few Tai-Chi exercises into your weekly workout sessions. One thing you can expect from this is a lessened risk of fractures or injuries.

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January 16th, 2018 at 4:23 pm

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Qi Gong Is Designed To Treat Sicknesses And Maintain General Health

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Qi Gong is essentially a series of Energy Exercises. Qi Gong is made up of two Chinese words that literally mean energy and exercises or work. So, Qi Gong basically means exercises for your energy.

Qi Gong is a relatively recent term. The exercises in this ancient practice have been collectively called Dao Yin or Nei Gong for thousands of years. Dao Yin means Guiding and Leading due to the fact that the postures guide … Continue reading

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January 9th, 2018 at 6:11 pm

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Tap Your Natural Healing Power With Jin Shin Do

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You should never underrate the power of human touch. All of us posses this innate gift and power to heal. Many choose not to use it, but for people who are willing to share this gift for the benefit of humanity, the Oriental healing art of Jin Shin Do can be a great place to learn. Learning the sequence of movements and the pressure points used in Jin Shin Do can set you on the … Continue reading

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January 9th, 2018 at 6:10 pm

Chua Ka Self Massage To Heal Deep-Seated Tension And Stress In The Mind And Body

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Do it yourself massage, a splendid way to feel good without having to pay for a massage! Sure, it’s not exactly the same and it may not even feel as good. But, it sure does benefit your whole being and gives you the power to heal yourself.

The value of self-massage was acknowledged by the ancient Mongolian warriors who, before setting off to battle, gave themselves a form of deep tissue massage called Chua Ka. … Continue reading

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January 9th, 2018 at 5:33 pm

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The Four Categories Of Chinese Nutritional Therapy

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Chinese nutritional therapy in Austin is an ancient system of healing. As far back as 200 BC in China, during the Han Dynasty, medical documents reveal that this system was used to maintain health and cure chronic illnesses. It was continuously used through the succeeding dynasties and it eventually evolved into a practical and distinct nutritional science. Chinese nutritional therapy is not merely a simple combination of traditional medicine and food; it is also a … Continue reading

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January 2nd, 2018 at 5:29 am

What’s The Daily Recommended Daily Dosage Of Resveratrol?

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If you’re in the hunt for a prescribed dosage of Resveratrol for a specific health condition, you may ask a practitioner of Chinese herbal or traditional Japanese medicine about the proper dosage of Japanese knotweed. Normally, however, they would just advise you to use the plant as a laxative, to restore regularity or to alleviate constipation.

Japanese knotweed is the source for a lot of dietary supplements and is the most concentrated source of resveratrol … Continue reading

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January 2nd, 2018 at 12:47 am