fbpx

Posts tagged with ‘Ayurveda’

  • Eastern medicine Night Time Routine For Sleep Bath

    The Best Night Time Routine For Rest + Beauty, According To Eastern Medicine

    in General Wellness, TCM, wellness / / 0 comments

    You’ve probably heard of the circadian rhythm, right? It’s the West’s version of our internal body clock. Basically, this clock responds to the lightness or darkness that we’re exposed to, and that helps guide our energy levels, sleep, eating habits and more. But the circadian rhythm isn’t the only body clock around. In fact, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic practice both follow body clocks that tell us the best times to eat, rest, exercise, be social, and more!

  • Gas & Digestive Issues in Eastern Medicine

    Why Am I So Gassy? Answers From The East and West

    in Condition Related / / 0 comments

    Let’s face it: gassiness is normal. Sometimes it’s stinky, sometimes it’s loud, but at the end of the day, gassiness, farting, and bloating is a normal thing that all of our bodies do. But sometimes, normal gassiness turns into constant and repeat bloating and discomfort. When that happens, it’s time to figure out what’s making you uncomfortable and how you can fix it. Depending on who you ask, there’s a couple of different answers to this question.

  • Eastern Medicine Constipation Treatments

    3 Natural Ways to Fix Constipation with Eastern Medicine–FAST!

    in Condition Related / / 0 comments

    If you’re reading this, you’re probably constipated right now or have been recently. You’re not alone – 2 out of 10 Americans deal with this tricky situation every year. Normally, most people poop anywhere from a few times a day to a few times a week. There’s no set number of times you should sit on the porcelain throne, because it depends on a lot of different things. So how do you know when you have a pooping problem? When you’re struggling to poop and you notice a big change in your number of visits to the restroom, that’s an indication that something isn’t right.

  • Oil Pulling in Eastern Medicine

    What You Need To Know About How and Why To Start Oil Pulling

    in General Wellness, wellness / / 0 comments

    Remember when coconut oil was the new miracle food? People used it for everything–taking off their makeup, moisturizing their hair, and even gargling it! Now, that last one might sound a little weird. But oil pulling, as the practice is known in the West, actually comes from a traditional Ayurvedic practice to keep the teeth, tongue, and gums healthy and clean. Keep reading to learn more about a quick and cheap addition to your dental routine that will keep your oral hygiene in tip top shape!

  • Ayurveda Sleep Remedies

    Struggling With Sleep? Try These 5 Ayurvedic Tips For Better Rest

    in General Wellness / / 0 comments

    When was the last time you got a good night’s rest? If you can’t quite remember, you’re not alone in your sleeplessness. If your philosophy is that you’ll “sleep when you’re dead,” you might want to rethink your philosophy. When we don’t get enough sleep, it can affect our skin, weight, heart health, and mental health. Getting enough hours of good sleep is key to staying happy and healthy. So whether your quality or quantity of sleep is less than ideal, we have a few gems of wisdom from Ayurveda to help you out.

  • Sleep In Eastern Medicine

    5 Natural Sleep Remedies From Eastern Medicine

    in General Wellness, TCM / / 0 comments

    Not all sleep troubles are same. Some people struggle to fall asleep, while others can’t stay asleep. Then, there’s the uber busy, modern day person who just can’t get enough sleep. If you’re looking for a solution to your sleep-related woes, eastern medicine may have some solutions for you. Read on to learn more about what causes problems with sleep and 5 natural remedies from Eastern medicine to help you rest up.

  • Sleep And Traditional Chinese Medicine

    Why You Can’t Sleep And How Traditional Chinese Medicine Can Help

    in Condition Related, General Wellness, TCM / / 0 comments

    More than 70million Americans have trouble sleeping, so if you’re having problems drifting off to dreamland, you’re not alone. There are so many things that can prevent you from getting to sleep or staying asleep, but getting resolution is key to avoiding health problems related to lack of sleep (like weight gain, high blood pressure, heart disease, or depression). So read on to learn more about what could be causing your problems sleeping and how eastern medicine can help you hit the snooze button.

  • Woman Tongue Out

    What Your Tongue Says About You

    in TCM / / 0 comments

    Have you taken a good look at your tongue lately? Believe it or not, you can determine a lot about the state of your overall health just by taking a peek inside your mouth. Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) have used the tongue for hundreds of years as a roadmap to pinpoint specific health issues and determine an overall health diagnosis.

  • Armpit Sweat

    What Your Body Odor Says About Your Health

    in General Wellness, TCM / / 0 comments

    Have you ever been caught off guard by your own smell? We’ve all been there. You might chalk it up to a bad day, or try to forget about it in hopes that your perfume or cologne might mask the scent, but you’re actually doing yourself a disservice by disregarding how your body, well, smells. Your body’s odor actually says a lot about what’s going on behind the scenes in regards to your health. So, if you think something’s up with your odor, then listen your nose! 

  • TCM

    Ayurveda & TCM: Similarities and Differences

    in TCM / / 0 comments

    As long as there have been humans, we’ve been slowly learning more about the mind, body, and spirit and how best to care for it. Each part of the world has had its own processes, discoveries, and practices. The two most notable holistic approaches come from China (TCM) and India (Ayurveda). Get the full picture on how these two holistic medical practices stack up against one another- from foundational concepts to treatment plans.

text us