Acupuncture for fertility is significantly more likely bring about pregnant naturally. Those on IVF are also more likely to conceive following an IVF cycle
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This autumn acupuncture can alleviate both physical and mental wellness concerns. Available in Richmond, Barnes, Mortlake & East Sheen
Getting a facial is not only relaxing and rejuvenating to the face, but also the mind. Facials allow you to focus on your breathing and regain your confidence in having healthy beautiful skin
The western concept of detoxification is one of the most important functions of cupping therapy. But how does cupping therapy help for detoxification?
Acupuncture can reduce the symptoms of menopause, such as hot flushes, night sweats, and aches & pains. Symptoms occur due to hormonal changes in your body, which can have a detrimental effect on your quality of life.
In acupuncture and TCM the tongue is a comprehensive guide what is going on in your body with information regarding both your physical and emotional health
More and more people are turning to acupuncture in Barnes and Mortlake as a treatment for various health conditions traditional medicine are failing to fully address. Ongoing scientific research backs up what many have experienced – that acupuncture works. Acupuncture acts both as a treatment and a preventative, and aids both physical and mental health. It can address specific problems or just maintain health and wellbeing. Acupuncture treats the root cause of conditions as well as their symptoms.
Acupuncture uses your body's internal mechanisms to bring relief. When the fine needles stimulate nerves under the skin, the nerve sends a message to the brain, telling it to release our natural pain killers, called endorphins. These natural brain chemicals cause us to relax and feel euphoric or happy
We all know when we look good we feel good but we might not necessarily be aware of the contra. When we feel good physically and especially mentally that is reflected in how we look.
Traditional Chinese Medicine explains that health is the result of a harmonious balance of the complementary extremes of yin and yang of the life force known as Qi (pronounced “chi”). Chinese Medical Practitioners explain that illness is the consequence of an imbalance of these forces