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Research Closing in on How Acupuncture Affects Stress

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by Toni Twitty
Acupuncture OKC: Chinese Medicine Expert

 

Get stress relief with Acupuncture
It is a widely held belief that acupuncture is a great way to relieve stress, but how does it do so? Several studies have seen groups diagnosed with chronic stress display remarkable improvement in quality of life and lower stress levels due to acupuncture.

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My wrinkles (and stress) are disappearing!

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Toni is very passionate about the well-being of her patients and she makes me feel at ease during each appointment. She is very knowledgeable when it comes to acupuncture and what treatments are best. I actually look forward to having needles being put in me every week! 🙂

In addition to facial rejuvenation acupuncture, I can’t believe how many of

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Chronic Stress: Acupuncture Can Help

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It is a widely held belief that acupuncture is a great way to relieve stress. Several studies have seen groups diagnosed with chronic stress display remarkable improvement in quality of life and lower stress levels due to acupuncture. Despite this evidence it has remained largely unclear why or how acupuncture is able to reduce stress levels. A recent study however

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Stress

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Stress is a natural response of the body to the various demands we place upon it. In ancient times, our stress response, also known as our fight or flight response, provided us with energy to preserve life during difficult situations, such as an attack or threat by a wild animal. Unfortunately, modern day stress is considerably higher, more frequent and

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How to Fight the Common Cold with TCM

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Cold and flu season usually occurs during the winter months. But the common cold doesn’t follow a schedule. The common cold can happen at any time of the year. It affects nearly three million people in the United States every year. Symptoms can include a runny nose, sneezing, congestion, coughing, sinus pressure, watery eyes, fatigue and muscle aches. The common

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