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Acupuncture & Natural Health Solutions Newsletter   Providing Natural Health Care for the Entire Family
Issue #2016-11c

Tune into Health
Remember the days of rabbit ear antennas on your 
television sets? If you were lucky enough to find the 
exact seating position in your living room to optimize 
your body's own magnetic field and the tilt of the 
earth's axis, these beauties could tune in your favorite show 
with the crystal clarity of a thick San Francisco fog.  

If - heaven forbid - you wanted to tune to another channel, this required a coordinated, two-handed effort of spinning and rotating the antennas, the likes of which would rival even the most skilled of Olympic fencers.  

The point here is that no matter what show you wanted to watch, you could pick it up on your set, but only if the antenna was functioning properly and only if it was aligned in the right position.  The signal was always in the air, but whether or not your show came in clearly depended upon the antenna's ability to transfer the signal to your TV set.

For those of you struggling with your health, keep in mind that you always have the potential for improvement.  Your body was created by an intelligence that is unerring, infallible, and always on the job, and this intelligence is expressed through the body's energetic meridian system.  

Research shows that acupuncture can help with many more health problems other than just for pain and aches. The problem is usually not with the meridian system itself, but rather with the transmission of energy through the body.  Just like the old VHF signals being broadcast over the air, the energy is always present; the signal is always there.  

Remaining healthy is a matter of transferring that signal as efficiently as possible to all parts of your body, and in this case your meridian system functions as the antenna.  The farther out of balance your system becomes, the weaker the signal gets. Bringing the meridians back into its proper balance allows for the signal to broadcast at full strength.  

Imbalances choke off vital energy traveling throughout the 
body, but instead of a fuzzy picture, you get sciatic pain, headaches, asthma, fatigue, numbness, digestive disorders, allergies, chronic sickness, etc.  

Acupuncture works by supporting and balancing the 
"signals" being broadcast by your body and laying the 
ground for optimum expression of health. 

Clearing the meridian system of imbalances allows the free flow of energy to every cell, organ, nerve, and tissue, resulting in crystal clear, HD reception and picture-perfect health. 

If you have been feeling under the weather, exhausted, 
tired or just plain worn down, it may be time for 
you to come in for a tune-up.


3 Indicators You Need an Acupuncture Tune-Up

Here is a list of three signs indicating that you should immediately come in for an acupuncture tune-up. 
Both your body and mind will thank you for 
getting tuned up as soon as possible.

1) Chronic Back and Neck Pain

If you experience chronic back and neck pain, it is 
highly recommended to come in and receive acupuncture. 
Back pain is one of the leading reasons that people seek 
out acupuncture. So if your neck or back are bothering you, 
it is time you sought out acupuncture.

2) Trouble Sleeping

Acupuncture is a great cure for those who have trouble sleeping. If you experience restlessness, tiredness or overall fatigue you should try acupuncture. Acupuncture improves the body's functions and promotes overall health due to the needling of specific acupuncture points on the body. Try acupuncture to improve the sleep problems you are currently experiencing. 

3) Digestive Problems

A healthy digestive system is important to living an active, healthy and worry-free lifestyle. In order to maintain a 
high-functioning digestive system it is important that the 
whole body has a smooth and consistent flow of energy. Acupuncture will help regulate this and promote a smooth 
flow throughout the entire body, in turn alleviating the 
symptoms of poor digestive function.
Recipe Corner

Leek Salad

  • 6 leeks, halved lengthwise.
1.  1 / 2 cup oatmeal yogurt
2.  2 tablespoons lemon juice
3.  1 teaspoon horseradish
4.  Soy sauce to taste


1.   Wash leeks well

2.  Cook in a little water until just tender

3.  Mix ingredients for dressing. If too thick, add leftover leek broth.

4.  Dress leeks and chill.

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The information contained within the  newsletter is only used to educate and inform. This newsletter is  not a substitute for the advice of a licensed and registered health  care provider. Seek prompt attention for emergencies. Consult  a health care provider for specific health concerns, and before  starting a diet, cleanse or exercise routine.
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Acupressure Points
Acupressure Points
Rubbi ng acupuncture points with your finger for 30 - 60 seconds can stimulate and promote the circulation of Qi within your own body, restoring health and well-being.

Pericardium 6 (PC 6)
Also know as 
Nei Guan

On the inside of the forearm, in between the tendons, approximately 2.5 finger widths below the wrist crease.
Used to reduce irritability, anxiety and stress. Helps regulated discomfort and pain in the hypochondriac region and chest, relieves irregular or painful menses and PMS. Also good for poor memory, insomnia, stomach ache, nausea, vomiting, wrist pain, and neck aches.
This acupressure point is used to regulate our Fire element by regulating the inner warmth of your physical and emotional bodies. When emotions are raging out of control or if you feel distant, Nei Guan is a good point to use. This point acts as the gateway to provide strength to handle the various difficulties that appear in our lives. Nei Guan preserves your inner strength and essence. 

Research Update
 Regular Visits to Acupuncture Improve Health

According to a study published by BioMed Central, there has been a link between beneficial side effects and those who undergo acupuncture or homeopathic remedies for medical issues.

Due to the increase in demand over the years for acupuncture and homeopathic remedies, the study aimed to look at why there was an increase for such methods, and if they indeed produced positive-healing results within patients.

The study involved studying over 5000 acupuncture patients and over 900 patients going through homeopathic treatment. A "standardized quality-of-life questionnaire" was created and given to patients to fill out. This questionnaire along with patient's medical history and questions about patient satisfaction during their healthcare experience were combined in order to create the data used for this study.

Researchers found a significant increase in benefit of treatment shown amongst a high percentage of patients being documented for the study. Their results led them to a few conclusions about receiving daily acupuncture treatment.

The conclusions were that evidence showed a "subjective benefit" for those receiving acupuncture and homeopathy. This was especially true for patients battling chronic illness and disease. These patients seemingly had given up hope for common medical practices and switched to acupuncture. 
The study determined these reasons are why there have been an increase in patients seeking acupuncture and homeopathy.





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