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Archive for June, 2013

Acupuncture and Stress
Posted on June 19th, 2013

At one time or another, all of us experience stress. These feelings are a healthy response to events in our lives that may feel beyond our control. When we are healthy and the stress is short-lived, we are usually able to recover without too much wear and tear to our overall health. However when the stress is extreme, or if it lasts a long time, our emotional health and ultimately, our physical health begin to suffer. In Chinese medicine stress, anxiety or any other strong emotion interrupts the smooth flow and energy throughout the body. In Chinese medicine, energy flows through a network of pathways. Stress, anger, or any intense motion blocks the free flow of energy in the body….

Walking for you
Posted on June 7th, 2013

“Walking is man’s best medicine”-Hippocrates The most inexpensive, easiest and easily accessible exercise is walking. You don’t need expensive gear, except a good pair of supportive shoes. Even a half an hour of walking per day will boost your health. In addition to improving cardiovascular function and circulation, building muscles and endurance, it is a great way to burn calories. It will help raise your metabolism and give you more energy as your body adjusts. Walking core incentive? There are several ways to help stick with a walking routine: walk with a friend and set goals that are realistic (keep track of how long or how far you have walked. You never know how far you may get by walking…

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