Posts tagged with ‘TCM’

  • 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 and 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.

  • Gas & Digestive Issues in Eastern Medicine

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

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    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.

  • Natures and Flavors in Eastern Medicine

    Food As Medicine: The Natures and Flavors of Food According to TCM

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    Food is an incredibly important part of TCM. Some foods can change the levels of Yin and Yang in our bodies, while others can directly stimulate certain organs and bodily systems. Since TCM is all about seeking balance in our bodies and minds, knowing the right foods to eat to shift that balance is key to finding physical and mental harmony.

  • Qi Stagnation in TCM - hands blocking

    Qi Stagnation 101

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    When your Qi becomes blocked or slows down, we call this Qi stagnation. This can cause slow blood flow, leading to lots of health issues. In TCM, most imbalances in the body and mind are related to stagnant Qi in one way or another. Figure out which might be your problem and how to remedy it.

  • Blood Building & Nourishment 101

    Blood Building 101: The Complete Guide to Nourishing Your Blood

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    Known as Xue in Chinese, blood flows throughout the body bringing warmth and nourishment. In this sense, blood is a kind of Qi. In TCM, blood is responsible for good circulation. If your blood is undernourished or not circulating well, you might notice you can’t sleep very well or you’re feeling anxious. Here’s how you can naturally nourish or build your blood to operate at your peak performance!

  • Using Eastern Medicine For a Happy & Healthy Life

    Baby Steps to a Better You in 2021

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    By making small, sustainable changes you can get to a happier and healthier you. Sure, you can try to make big, sweeping resolutions, but if you’re like us and your new year’s resolutions usually end up forgotten and abandoned by mid-February, try out these baby steps to a better you. They’re small changes you can make throughout the year that will hopefully bring you mental clarity, physical strength, and the emotional peace to make it through whatever 2021 has to throw at us.

  • Signs Of Low Immunity In Eastern Medicine

    4 Surprising Signs Your Immunity Is Low 

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    People usually figure out their immunity is low when it’s too late. Check out these signs to see if your immune system is prepped to keep you healthy

  • Modern & Traditional Medicine - Man Meditating

    The New Definition of Wellness: Combining Traditional & Modern Medicine

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    Wellness is a buzzword that’s been thrown around a lot recently, particularly in 2020. As the desire for a more well-rounded life continues to grow, so does the idea about achieving that balance. So, by default, we have experienced a firsthand shift in what “wellness” actually means. There’s a new definition of wellness that spiritual gurus and mindfulness-frontiers are creating for us, and it has a lot to do with Eastern medicine practices.

  • New Year's Resolutions In Eastern Medicine

    3 Eastern Medicine New Year’s Resolutions For 2021

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    How long does it usually take you to ditch your New Year’s resolutions? While they’re made with good intentions, life gets in the way! We miss a kickboxing class because a meeting ran late, or we stay up late finishing a project and need that latte or risk being a zombie at work. So here are our suggestions for Eastern Medicine inspired New Year’s Resolutions for 2021 that you might actually stick to.

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