Acupuncture Reflexology for boosting your Energy Level

Most of our patients who complain of fatigue suffer from a deficiency of vital energy (Qi). 

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi is the basic energy that creates optimal physiological and neurological function. 

The signs of Qi deficiency includes:

  • Fatigue
  • Diarrhea
  • Pallor
  • Easy bruising
  • Excessive sleep (more than 9 hrs. a night)
  • Scanty menses or amenorrhea
  • Frequent urination
  • Low libido, and shortness of breath. 

The most common causes are stress, overwork, insomnia, depression, and various malfunctions in the major systems of the body (endocrine, cardiovascular, digestive, etc.) . There are many wonderful alternative treatment options that include acupuncture, herbs, nutrition, and exercise. Acupuncture tops the list because it tends to be so effective is supplementing the body’s energy.

3 Acupressure / Reflexology Points to BOOST your Energy Level

The strategy of Chinese medicine is to identify a pattern of disharmony that reflects the entirety of one’s symptoms, pulse qualities, and tongue appearance.  After the diagnosis or assessment, our licensed and experienced TCM acupuncturists usually recommend once or twice weekly acupuncture treatments for 4-6 weeks. Combining with reflexology is also a great option for boosting your energy level.

10 Reasons to Consider Acupuncture for Anxiety or Depression

While the conventional treatments such as anti-depression or anti-anxiety medications don't work very well for you, you may find acupuncture to be a helpful complementary approach.

Here are 10 major reasons to consider acupuncture for anxiety or depression:

1.Holistic Approach: Acupuncture is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, which takes a holistic approach to health. It considers the mind and body as interconnected, addressing imbalances in both to promote overall well-being.

2.Minimal Side Effects: Unlike many medications used to treat anxiety and depression, acupuncture generally has minimal side effects. This can be appealing to individuals who want to avoid the potential side effects associated with pharmaceuticals.
  1. 3.Stress Reduction: Acupuncture helps reduce stress and promote relaxation. The needles are thought to stimulate the release of endorphins, which are natural mood lifters. Lowering stress levels can be beneficial for managing anxiety and depression.

  2. 4.Improved Sleep: Many people with anxiety and depression struggle with sleep disturbances. Acupuncture also help regulate sleep patterns and improve sleep quality, leading to better overall mental health.

  3. 5.Enhanced Mood: Our patients report improved mood and reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression after acupuncture sessions. The treatment help rebalance the body's energy and alleviate feelings of sadness and unease.

  4. 6.Complementary Therapy: Acupuncture can be used in conjunction with other therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or medication. It can complement conventional treatments and potentially enhance their effectiveness.

  5. 7.Individualized Treatment: Acupuncture is highly individualized. Practitioners assess each patient's unique symptoms and create a treatment plan tailored to their specific needs. This personalized approach can be appealing to those seeking alternative or complementary treatments.

  6. 8.Relaxation and Mindfulness: Acupuncture sessions often involve lying still and relaxing for a period, which can promote mindfulness and a sense of calm. This can be especially helpful for individuals dealing with racing thoughts and anxiety.

  7. 9.Improved Energy Flow: According to traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture helps to restore the balance of energy (Qi) in the body. When energy flows smoothly, it can positively impact mental and emotional well-being.

  8. 10.Long-Lasting Effects: Usually our patients experience lasting benefits from acupuncture, even after their treatment sessions have ended. This sustained relief can contribute to better mental health over time.

It's essential to note that for acupuncture individual results can vary. Additionally, it's crucial to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before starting any new treatment for anxiety or depression. If you decide to try acupuncture, ensure you work with a licensed and experienced practitioner to maximize its potential benefits.

Acupuncture and Natural Therapy for Depression or Anxiety