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Hayfever Season is on the way

Hayfever Season is on the way

Patrick Hendry How far would you go to avoid pollen? Hayfever season is on the way and with it comes red eyes, runny noses, tickly throats and antihistamines.  Would you go as far as you local Acupuncturist? Well now is the time to make that call and try to head off the misery before it …

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Tai Chi For fibromyalgia and chronic pain

Tai Chi For fibromyalgia and chronic pain

Check out this article about how Tai Chi is helping people with chronic pain and Fibromyalgia   Wang found that while all of the people reported fewer symptoms at the end of the year, all those in the tai chi groups reported more improvement in their symptom control than people in the aerobic exercise group …

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Acupuncture can help high level athletes

Acupuncture can help high level athletes

A recent article tested to see if acupuncture can help high level athletes (footballs in this case). Study confirmed that acupuncture had beneficial effects on normalising heart rhythm and increased stamina.  Check out the article here

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Iron Shirt Qi Gong

Iron Shirt Qi Gong

This Qi Gong style is quite impressive. The practitioner learns to pack the fascia layers with Qi with protects the inner organs from damage. This is similar to an egg in a balloon, inside a balloon, inside a balloon. This practice is very good for health and keeping the body strong. While this level is …

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Keeping the Qi moving

Keeping the Qi moving

Study suggests tai chi improves life for people with chronic health problems Image: Thinkstock Research we’re watching Published: November, 2015 An analysis published online Sept. 17, 2015, by the British Journal of Sports Medicinesuggests that doing tai chi enhances the quality of life for people with common chronic conditions. Researchers analyzed data from 33 studies involving …

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Harvard backs Acupuncture for headaches

Harvard backs Acupuncture for headaches

Acupuncture for headache POSTED JANUARY 25, 2018, 10:30 AM Helene Langevin, MD, Contributor and Carolyn A. Bernstein, MD, FAHS, Contributor It is easy to ridicule a 2000-year-old treatment that can seem closer to magic than to science. Indeed, from the 1970s to around 2005, the skeptic’s point of view was understandable, because the scientific evidence to …

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