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  • Spleen in Traditional Chinese Medicine

    The Spleen and Eastern Medicine

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    The Spleen and Stomach in Eastern Medicine are the main organs that support your digestion. They are paired organs in Eastern Medicine, one yin and one yang. As with most things in Eastern Medicine, they key is finding balance. This is especially true of your Spleen where you can use food and lifestyle changes to support not only your digestion, but your health overall.

  • Eastern Medicine Cures For Holiday Stress

    Why The Should-Be-Happy Holidays Stress Us Out And How To Deal Naturally

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    Even though it feels like it was just March yesterday, the holidays are here. Sure that means fun Friendsgivings and a rocking NYE party (though who knows that that means this year), but it also means midnight amazon cart filling and houseguests up in your space. For many of us, it’s both equal parts fun and chaos, and that up and down is stressful. Here’s how to chill out naturally (without too many eggnogs) this holiday season and beyond.

  • Virtual Acupuncture

    Virtual Acupuncture Appointment? Here’s Why It Makes More Sense Than You’d Think

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    At a time when nearly everything can be virtual, from concerts to doctor’s appointments, it still might seem far-fetched to schedule a virtual visit to an acupuncturist. After all, the service they’e most well-known for has to be performed in person. That said, virtual acupuncture appointments aren’t as crazy as they sound. In fact, acupuncture is about way more than just needles. So even if you can’t get to your acupuncturist’s office during COVID, there’s no need to worry. You can still get plenty of the benefits from acupuncture without ever leaving your living room. Here’s how.

  • Sad To Happy - How Eastern Medicine Can Boost Your Mood

    Turn That Frown Upside Down: 4 Eastern Medicine Tips To Boost Your Mood

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    Feeling down? There’s so much going on in the world these days that it can be hard to always stay positive, even if you’re normally the happy-go-lucky type. And it’s ok to feel sad, frustrated, or just low sometimes. But when it feels like you’re always down in the dumps, something has to change. In Eastern medicine, the mind and the body are connected, so your emotions can actually be caused by problems with your physical health. That means there are things you can do and foods you can eat that will boost your mood and turn that frown upside down. Here’s your mood-boosting eastern medicine checklist with the best tips and tricks from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Ayurveda.

  • Purging Your Life With Eastern Medicine - Trash

    The Big Purge: How To Detox Your Life, Your Apartment, and Your Mind

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    Looking to start fresh in 2021 and get rid of some toxic baggage? You’re not alone! There’s no denying that the word “detox” is a little overused right now. From teas to detox our guts, to face creams and masks to detox our face, and even foot baths to detox our feet it seems everything needs a detox. But the principle is still solid. Detoxifying, or removing negative and toxic elements, is a great goal that we can all focus on. Here are some tips and tricks to purge your entire life.

  • Eastern medicine Night Time Routine For Sleep Bath

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

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    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!

  • Building Your Memory With Eastern Medicine

    Can Eastern Medicine Practices Help Me with My Memory?

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    Have you lost your train of thought during a meeting recently or blanked on the name of the latest podcast you were binge listening to? If this type of memory lapse seems to be happening more and more often, know that this is a natural part of the aging process but you don’t have to settle for slower cognition and a less sound memory. From incorporating new habits into your routine to supplementing your diet with certain herbs, Eastern medicine can help you preserve and restore your memory.

  • Gratitude in Eastern Medicine

    Rewire Your Brain With Gratitude in 2021

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    Let’s face it–2020 could have been better. A lot better. But it’s a new year, and that means a fresh start. So if you’re like a lot of people right now, you’re probably hoping and praying that 2021 will be different. And it can be. There’s one thing you can do to almost guarantee that 2021 will be your best year yet. And that thing is (drumroll please): practicing gratitude. Yup. That’s it. Be more grateful and your whole world will change.

  • Sleep In Eastern Medicine

    5 Natural Sleep Remedies From Eastern Medicine

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    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.

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