Acupuncture for Hormonal Balance
Does it feel like you are suddenly falling apart and it seems like you no longer have control over your body or your emotions? Like you are living in a foreign body at times and with emotions, you can’t explain.
Some might think it is just part of getting older, but it doesn’t have to be that way. The important thing is to recognize that symptoms, at any age, are the body’s way of telling you that it is not getting the support it needs.
So how do you know when your hormones have gone awry? Extreme changes in energy, mood fluctuations especially during certain times of every month, anxiety, loss of appetite, insomnia and lack of concentration may also be symptoms in women who may have a hormonal imbalance — along with symptoms such as sudden weight gain, weight resistance, reduced sex drive, hot flashes and night sweats.
So before you give in to living with the discomforts of hormonal imbalance, acupuncture might help you.
Many studies have shown acupuncture to be effective in the treatment of hormonal issues such as: low energy; hot flashes; insomnia; PMS symptoms such as mood swings and breast tenderness; amenorrhea and irregular periods (including PCOS- polycystic ovarian syndrome); painful periods; and infertility.
Using an integrated approach of acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and diet and lifestyle suggestions we get very good results that lead to a decrease in symptoms, improved quality of life, and an overall sense of improved well-being, and most importantly, regaining control of your body.
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