Posts in Gastrointestinal
The Evolution of My Healing. What We Talk About When We Talk About Pooping

Your body gives you a wealth of information including your poop! Shape, color, frequency of bowel movements - these are just a few of the clues you should take note of. Acupuncture, more than just needles, is about observation and having the tools to help rebalance & restore. Acupuncture for constipation, bloating, diarrhea and conditions like IBS may be the key to unlock a happier digestive system.

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The Evolution of My Healing. My body speaks, and I am listening.

Your body has a language and it speaks to you all the time, but are you listening? Have we been conditioned to ignore the unpleasantries or be ashamed of the very natural way our bodies make themselves heard? These signals are to our benefit as they allow us to know what to restore and rebalance to keep us healthy. Traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes acupuncture, helps us understand and take action.

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9 Foods To Keep You Cool As a Cucumber

Part of a larger medical system, the best acupuncture should also come along with dietary, lifestyle and herb recommendations. Diet in Chinese Medicine is not just about eating healthy or counting calories. Rather, foods have properties and food is used as medicine.

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6 Ways Acupuncture Can Support Men's Health

For many folks, they don’t address their health until there is a serious enough problem to head to the doctor or ER. For many men, this rings true. Garden Acupuncture strives to encourage all to address the risk factors we have control over which can greatly reduce imbalances and dis-ease later in life that may require medications or surgeries. Acupuncture can help address pain, stress, high blood pressure, libido, smoking and more.

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Dominated By Bowels & Bathroom Availability.

Constipation, diarrhea, bloating, you name it, IBS is a challenge. Thankfully, Traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes acupuncture, is a wonderful resource to successfully address digestive conditions like IBS. Using acupuncture, diet (using food as medicine), lifestyle recommendations and Chinese herbs, reduction and elimination of Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms is possible by bringing balance back to your systems.

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Acupuncture For Opioid Induced Constipation

Constipation can be caused by many factors including medications. Opioids, commonly used to treat pain, often come with an unpleasant side effect - constipation. Sometimes severe, and often not something patients want to report to their doctor, constipation should be addressed. Acupuncture for constipation and pain reduction is a good alternative in many cases or an addition to your pain management plan, that can help ease symptoms and bring relief naturally.

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