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Women's Health

There are many natural cycles in a Woman's life from puberty to menopause including pregnancy and childbirth. Ideally these physical transitions should be seamless with minimal disruptions to our everyday lives and emotions. However more and more women are finding these transitions uncomfortable, distressing and sometimes painful. Acupuncture can help make these significant milestones much easier and the way they are meant to be.

Women’s Health and Wellness

From puberty to menopause, women have much to contend with. 

A woman’s general, emotional and mental health is influenced by hormonal cycles, that can bring distressing and painful symptoms. Periods, breast tenderness, mood swings, morning sickness, fatigue, hot flushes and insomnia - the list goes on!  And skin changes throughout your life too, from teenage acne to dry skin as you age. Acupuncture is effective in treating a wide range of symptoms seamlessly, as well as helping balance hormones to cope with the demands of everyday life.

Conventional medicine (painkillers, birth control and HRT) can be effective, but if you prefer a holistic approach that’s painless and safe, you should try acupuncture. Using acupuncture for menopause I treat hot flushes and anxiety symptoms caused by hormonal changes. As an alternative to HRT, many women find an acupuncture session an effective and relaxing way to take control of changes happening to their bodies. 

Alongside female hormonal changes, you might have other issues that are disrupting your life. For example, physical activity benefits your mental health and well-being, but injuries can slow you down. Acupuncture for sports injuries has been shown to speed up healing and reduce inflammation and pain. 

Want a proven, successful way to manage your physical and emotional health? Traditional Chinese medicine can improve your life, no matter what stage you’re at. Put yourself first - schedule a FREE 15-min call today.

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