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Home > Points Newsletter > July 2010

Points Newsletter - July 2010

Anxiety and AcupunctureGeneralized Anxiety Disorder and Acupuncture Treatment
By Li Zhang L.Ac. MD. MS.

Recently, I have been getting a lot of phone calls asking me if acupuncture can treat Anxiety disorders. My answer is always yes. I have treated over forty patients with Anxiety; acupuncture is indeed a powerful treatment for depression and Anxiety. Anxiety disorders affect about 40 million American adults age 18 years and older (about 18%). More...

Balancing EmotionsBalancing the Emotions
By Jason Moskovitz, L.Ac., dipl.O.M.

Intense or prolonged emotions can cause physical problems. Anger, fear, worry, sadness and joy fluctuate normally throughout our lives. In excess, they can decrease the circulation of energies and substances throughout the body and lead to sickness. This month you’ll learn how to unblock these habitual emotions. More...

Acupuncture MarketingThe Yin and Yang of Your Body
By Jaseng Center of Alternative Medicine

Units of time, such as days and years, have distinctive yin and yang properties. And knowledge of these daily and seasonal patterns can help keep you in synch with the rhythms of time and equalize the life energy flowing through your body. More...

Acupuncture Treatment for Persistent Hiccups in Patients with Cancer
Chinese Herbs in Treatment of Influenza
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xin-Yi-San, Reduces Nasal Symptoms of Patients with Perennial Allergic Rhinitis by its Diverse Immunomodulatory Effects

Q: I have diabetes, high blood pressure, and constipation troubles. Do you have any recommendations? 

A: Depending on what type of diabetes you have, the most important thing is to regulate your blood sugar levels. This is directly impacted by your diet. Your diet also impacts your blood pressure. Keep a bland regular diet, and avoid simple sugars and fatty, greasy foods. Drink at least 60 ounces of room temperature water every day and start a light exercise regime. More...

This Month's Articles

July 2010
Volume 8, Number 7

Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Acupuncture Treatment

Balancing the Emotions 

The Yin and Yang of Your Body

Recent Research

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