Our life is filled with stressful events. That is a fact of life. And you may not be able to change your current situation. But you can take steps to manage the impact these events have on you. You can learn to identify what stresses you and how to take care of yourself physically and emotionally in the face of stressful situations. Stress managing ways are eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise and sleep long enough.
But if you think you have difficulties in order to manage your stress, you could get help from acupuncture and herbal teas and herbal medicine.
How do I help you with?
Acupuncture and herbal teas or herbal formulas are most natural and affordable management for your problems.
Also, manual therapy, and cupping are supportive therapy for managing psychosomatic problems.
What Happens When Chronic Stress Affect Your Body
- Brain-Chronic stress can lead to poor concentration, low mood, personality changes.
- Mouth-Mouth ulcers, dryness and even speech impediments.
- Reproductive Organs-Recurrent vaginal infections, infertility, and disrupted menstrual cycle for Women. For men impotence and premature ejaculation can be resulted.
- Muscle-Chronic stresses are stored as tension in muscles and can lead to muscle spasms, chronic pain fatigue.
- Heart-Excessive adrenaline and cortisol production from stress can lead to hypertension, cardiovascular disease putting a strain on your heart.
- Hair and Skin-Eczema, acne and psoriasis can be triggered by chronic stress. High stress levels can cause hair loss.
The World Health Organization Recognizes Acupuncture to Treat Over 43 Common Disorders
Disorders of the Bones, Muscles, Joints and Nervous System
Such as arthritis, migraine, neuralgia, insomnia, dizziness and low back, neck and shoulder pain.
Such as food allergies, peptic ulcer, chronic diarrhea, constipation, indigestion, gastrointestinal weakness, anorexia and gastritis.
Stress incontinence, urinary track infections and sexual dysfunction.
Emphysema, sinusitis, asthma, allergies and bronchitis.
Hypertension, angina pectoris, arteriosclerosis and anemia.
Emotional and Psychological Disorders
Depression and anxiety
Addictions, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders, Supportive Therapy