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Manic Panic

 

 

Did you know that 40 million people will experience high levels of anxiety in the U.S. this year? Damn, that’s a lot of people. No wonder the number of people taking anti- anxiety medications has gone up 30% in the last 10 years. Do these medications really fix the underlying cause of anxiety? The answer for most people prescribed anti-anxiety meds is a resounding “No!” The primary symptoms are just masked for as long as you’re taking the medication. Not only is the problem still there, but the unresolved issues can make you physically ill as well.

 

Ask anyone who’s experienced it. Anxiety and panic attacks suck.

 

Causes of Panic Attacks

 

*Adrenal fatigue- cortisol disruption

 
*Food allergies


*Hormonal imbalances


*Caffeine


*Stress, especially post traumatic stress disorder

 

 

Luckily, Chinese medicine and nutrition are great for treating and healing why you have them in the first place. Who wants to go through life on edge or fearful all the time? Or afraid that you’re going to have a panic attack, causing more anxiety? Now you heal once and for all.

 

Foods to Reduce Anxiety

 

* Beets, radish, yams, cabbage
* Seaweed- Kelp, wakame, arame
* Blackberries, black beans, quinoa, mung beans

 

What ever your mood, you can fix it with food. Find out the cause of your emotional upset. Then dig in to these delicious treats to reduce anxiety, fear, and even panic attacks.

 

Live natural. Live well.

 

Heather

Weight Management

The combination of Chinese Medicine – acupuncture, Chinese herbs and nutrition – along with Western nutrition creates a synergy that helps manage weight in a healthy, individual manner. Chinese medicine speeds the metabolism, reduces cravings, helps reduce stress as well as support healthy food choices.

A typical treatment plan consists of an initial consultation followed by acupuncture. All patients receive a specifically tailored food plan that will indicate foods that should be eaten in moderation as well as a list of foods to be avoided. Herbal supplements and organic vitamins are used to adjust metabolism, cholesterol, energy, food cravings and even to manage diabetes. Weekly acupuncture treatments are recommended during the first month to accelerate results, then a maintenance program of every four to six weeks.

As everyone responds differently to treatment, each step along the way, up to and including a maintenance program once the desired weight goal has been achieved, is done on an individual basis.

This unique blend of Eastern and Western medicine is the optimal way to safely lose weight.

Live natural. Live well.

Heather

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