Data collected from the vaccine clinical trials by U.S.
Side effects in adults 65+ after Moderna vaccine (second dose)
- Pain at injection site (83.4%)
- Fatigue (58.4%)
- Headache (46.4%)
- Muscle pain (46.9%)
- Joint pain (34.9%)
- Chills (30.6%)
Side effects in adults >55 after Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine (second dose)
- Pain at injection site (66.1%)
- Fatigue (50.5%)
- Headache (39.0%)
- Muscle pain (28.7%)
- Chills (22.7%)
- Joint pain (18.9%)
Side effects in adults 60+ after Johnson & Johnson vaccine
- Pain at injection site (33.3%)
- Headache (30.4%)
- Fatigue (29.7%)
- Muscle pain (24.0%)
- Nausea (12.3%)
- Fever (3.1%)
This is one of the main dilemmas that we face in terms of experiencing deep states of continuous sleep. We have forgotten how to turn our minds off due to the frantic speed of everything around us and we have become yin deficient. The common word is stress, but there is a lot more to this picture than is implied. Another way to look at this is that the sympathetic nervous system is on overdrive. We are stuck in fight or flight mode, as we are trying to keep up with our hectic schedules and myriad responsibilities. We have excessive amounts of cortisol and adrenaline in our systems, which keep us feeling amped up and unable to rest. With the pattern of yin deficiency and a hyperactive sympathetic nervous system, we often feel too warm, excessively thirsty, dried out, and anxious. This pattern is extremely common in menopausal women. Due to the fact that we are in fight or flight, we sometimes can’t tell if we are tired. We often feel wired or manic. Yet other times a deep-seated exhaustion is felt that penetrates into our bones.
There are many other factors that contribute to insomnia, but this is the primary issue that many people are facing. Other potential inputs are nutritional imbalances, suppressed emotions, relationship troubles, hormonal imbalances, and energetic imbalances.
Let’s take a look at a few of the top natural treatment options for insomnia:
Acupuncture: All of the major organs of the body are related to specific kinds of insomnia. For instance, there is a liver/gall bladder insomnia in which one is kept awake strategizing, planning and scheduling their lives at night. This person often can’t turn their minds off unless they read or watch TV before bed. Likewise, there are kidney, heart, lung and spleen forms of insomnia that all have specific manifestations. Acupuncture is an excellent treatment option for insomnia, regardless of its etiology. For chronic insomnia, I generally recommend receiving acupuncture once a week for 4-6 weeks, then we can assess for progress. Acupuncture helps to restore balance to the central nervous system and harmonize Qi, the functional energy that underlies our general state of health. Qi can either become stagnant, meaning that too much energy is locked up in a certain area or organ, or it can become deficient, meaning that there is not enough energy in an area or organ. Either pattern can cause insomnia and both are treatable with acupuncture.
Don't like needles check our TCM Herbal Formula for Insomnia or Cupping treatment for insomnia or Head Massage
IVF Acupuncture research can be confusing, with the majority of research previously focused on treatment applied only at the time of embryo transfer. That and varying information on forums and in conversations abounds.
- if you are going to use acupuncture it may be advisable for to have it before and during the stimulation phase of the IVF cycle.
- it is useful for women to consider acupuncture treatment in the menstrual cycles before their IVF cycle, or before a frozen embryo transfer to improve the uterine lining.
Looking for a natural way to boost your immune system? If you’re feeling stressed out, super busy, or you’re not getting enough sleep, this can make you more likely to get sick. Fortunately, your body has its own built-in system to keep you in balance.
1. Chinese Reflexology Point for the Lung
2. Chinese Acupuncture Point: Stomach 36 – Zu San Li
- Improves Nerve Sensitivity.
- Improves Energy Levels.
- Improves Blood Circulation.
- Helps Promote Sleep.
- Improves Liver Function.
- Treatment For Migraines and Headaches.
- Reduce Symptoms of PMS.
- Treatment Of Arthritis.
- Useful For Depression and Anxiety.
- Helps Reduce Swollen Feet.
- Helps Control Blood Pressure.
Reflexology Foot Massage for Boosting Kidney Function Improves Energy Levels and Reproductive system
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