Good health requires a combination of many factors including: emotional, environmental, dietary and physical factors. During periods of disease or injury, medical interventions are often necessary. I use the system of Asian/Oriental Energy Medicine including acupuncture and non-needle therapies, electroacupuncture, qigong, and herbs, but recognize that other therapies may be more appropriate for certain conditions. Below are some of what I consider to be main factors in health.
The answers we need often lie beyond our conscious mind. Stream-of-conscious writing is a powerful technique to silence our internal critic, strip away the false self, and allow the flame of our true self to glow bright.
Not getting better as soon as you expected? Here are some key symptoms used by healthcare professionals to distinguish common colds from the flu…
The most important thing that you can do to keep from getting sick is to wash your hands.
By frequently washing your hands you wash away germs that you have picked up from other people, or from contaminated surfaces, or from animals and animal waste.
Celebrations and parties with family and friends. An abundance of delicious foods and treats. The busy holiday season will soon be here.
The American Council on Exercise (ACE) offers these tips on how to stay fit and avoid the typical weight gain and stress associated with the holiday season:
This case study is provided to give a glimpse into the logic structure of the Traditional Chinese Medical or TCM style of professional Asian Medicine.