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Acupuncture Relieves Constipation, Antiquity Meets Science

Acupuncture Relieves Constipation, Antiquity Meets Science   Researchers find acupuncture effective for the alleviation of constipation. Zhejiang Tongde Hospital researchers tested the validity of an ancient acupuncture point prescription used for the treatment of constipation with a controlled scientific clinical experiment. The researchers find acupuncture “increases the contractile activity of intestinal smooth muscle and benefits

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Guolin Anti-Cancer Qigong

Qigong is a Chinese practice that involves various types of physical movement (some borrowed from martial arts), visualization techniques and controlled breathing to improve physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. There are several different types of Qigong, and one of them is Guolin Anti-Cancer Qigong, sometimes spelled Guo Lin Anti-Cancer Qigong, and also known as walking

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What is Tui Na?

Tui Na (pronounced Twee-Nah) is a form of therapeutic massage with its origins in early 1700BC China. The practice was quashed during the political and social upheaval of the early 20th Century and  was rediscovered after the Communist Revolution in 1949 with further disruption during the cultural revolution of the 1960s and 1970s. Its revival,

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Acupuncture for Infertility Increases Pregnancy Rates

  Recent studies have shown that acupuncture plus clomiphene is more effective than hormones plus Clomiphene in increasing pregnancy rates for interfertile women. The addition of acupuncture to the drug Clomiphene has proven to increase pregnancy rates, lower the resistance of blood velocity in uterine arteries and reduce the adverse effects of the drug. The

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Research Confirms Acupuncture Effective for Depression Relief

Recent research undertaken at Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine (Second Afflilliated Hospital) shows acupuncture and moxibustion  has both short- and long-term benefits from those suffering depression. The study confirmed that manual stimulation of acupuncture needles at specific points increases the positive treatment outcomes for patients. Manual stimulation of acupuncture needles is used to elicit a

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PRESS RELEASE–MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PARKINSON’S H.B.P BACK PAIN ENERGY WHEN EAST MEETS WEST WITH FAR REACHING RESULTS

PRESS RELEASE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS   PARKINSON’S   H.B.P   BACK PAIN   ENERGY  WHEN EAST MEETS WEST WITH FAR REACHING RESULTS WITH ITS ROOTS IN ANCIENT CHINESE CULTURE DATING BACK MORE THAN 4,000 YEARS, THE PRACTICE OF QIGONG HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO GREATER MANCHESTER BY DR. MEI XING, DIRECTOR OF ACUHEALTH.  AND THE DOCTOR’S MISSION?  TO PASS ON THE

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Acupuncture Plus Herbs Quiet Tinnitus

Acupuncture Plus Herbs Quiet Tinnitus 14 December 2016 Shanghai Tongren Hospital researchers conclude that acupuncture combined with herbal medicine is effective for the alleviation of tinnitus. References to tinnitus exist throughout ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) literature, including approximately ten references in the Huangdi Neijing (The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine). Now, modern research verifies

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Acupuncture Alleviates Cognitive Dysfunction After Stroke

Acupuncture Alleviates Cognitive Dysfunction After Stroke 26 December 2016 Acupuncture combined with herbal medicine outperforms drugs for alleviating cognitive dysfunction after a cerebral infarction. Researchers (Wang et al.) compared the therapeutic effects of acupuncture plus herbs with that of a pharmaceutical medication. Two groups were compared. The Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) group received acupuncture to

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Acupuncture Repairs Motor Function After Spinal Cord Injury

Acupuncture Repairs Motor Function After Spinal Cord Injury Acupuncture regenerates neurons and promotes biological processes responsible for motor function recovery after spinal cord injuries. Often, motor function below spinal cord injuries deteriorates, which may lead to paralysis. Researchers discovered that acupuncture may prevent paralysis by stimulating repair. The researchers (Yang et al.) discovered that electroacupuncture

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