Posts tagged with "acupuncture"



13. June 2019
In this guest post, writer Laurie Larson shares the research behind how acupuncture can improve overall well-being.

21. May 2019
Your daily habits can make your acupuncture treatments more effective...or give your body extra resistance to overcome on its way to healing. Read some of our recommendations on how to set yourself up for success when healing with Traditional Chinese Medicine.

16. April 2019
Qigong and Tai Chi are ancient ways to promote circulation through the meridians. Read on to find out what they are, how to practice them, and why you should.

12. June 2018
Guest blogger Sam Kent dives into the physiology of sleeplessness and shares more tips on how to get a good night's rest.

12. February 2018
At Beachside Community Acupuncture we sincerely want you to achieve all of your health goals! This blog is a short summary of all of the online resources we provide so that you'll have a better idea of where to go for the answers you need.

18. August 2017
Does acupuncture go against your religion? The short answer is "probably not" and we discuss why in this blog post.

11. July 2017
Patients are often amazed that I can find sore spots on them that correspond to other parts of their bodies, thinking it's some kind of magic. In reality, Traditional Chinese Medicine is very logical, and in this post we're going to oversimplify some of that logic so that you can treat yourself with acupressure at home.

05. May 2017
It is generally believed that acupuncture started when people noticed a specific point on the body could cause a certain response. As more and more of these points were discovered, they realized that some had similarities to one another and were probably connected. These strings of points are now known as channels or meridians. Another theory is that people discovered meridians first and then found specific points on them, which would be the same as reading the image to the left from bottom to...

23. March 2017
Most people only know about acupuncture from what they see in movies, television, and the media, but there are finer nuances that you should keep in mind when searching for the right acupuncturist for you. 1. There different types of acupuncture Japan, China, Korea, and other countries each developed their own systems of acupuncture over time, and each has different attributes. In addition to these, there are other specialties of acupuncture that concentrate on particular conditions or regions...

10. March 2017
Stress happens whether we like it or not, no matter how much we prepare for it. Having a list of positive activities readily available is key because you'll never know when that stress will strike. We at Beachside Community Acupuncture like to incorporate the physical and mental when we're dealing with stress, as you can see from our list. Involving the body in your stress relief - either through activating different senses with essential oils or by giving it gentle exercise - can not only...

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