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Chinese Medicine for Stress, Anxiety & Depression


Stress is the number one lifestyle contributor to major disease in America - so don't let your stress levels get out of hand before it's too late! Acupuncture and Chinese medicine can help to boost your energy levels and re-balance yourself to recover from stress's wear-and-tear on your body, mind, and spirit.


Anxiety and depression are two stress-related mental health conditions that are increasingly on the rise in America, at alarming rates. If you suffer from these health issues, Chinese medicine can help to alleviate symptoms by correcting the underlying physical imbalances leading to unbalanced emotions, without the often serious side-effects commonly associated with mood-regulating medication. 


Mind-body self-care interventions such as self-acupressure and energy exercises such as Qigong can also be highly useful for anxiety, stress, and depression, as supported by a growing body of evidence-based research. If you're frustrated with the side-effects of medication and seek to address the real cause of emotional disorders, consider incorporating self-care acupressure or Qigong into your daily health routine in addition to acupuncture and herbal therapy.

Please call us to inquire about treatment packages for stress, anxiety, and depression, as well as chronic physical and mental health issues as part of our comprehensive stress and anxiety program.

Package for stress and anxiety includes: Qigong streaming video, book, guided meditations, herbal supplements, and one in-person or Zoom consult.

UPCOMING QIGONG AND ACUPRESSURE CLASSES: Learn powerful acupressure and Qigong energy exercises for anxiety, relaxation, stress relief, pain relief, and hormone balance, based on four of the body's most powerful acupuncture points (the Four Energy Gates). This is a great introduction to using Qigong and acupressure for beginners. Registration and class info here.

Click here to watch a Youtube about why and how stress affects your health and what simple lifestyle adjustments you can make to mitigate its effects. 

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