Where Does Fatigue Come From?

When you are chronically fatigued, it may be an indication that the body is not getting the nutrients it needs.  In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), fatigue is often attributed to a deficiency in spleen ‘qi’...... tiredness, fatigue, lethargy, and poor concentration. 
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Is Fear Contributing To Your Tinnitus, Low Back Pain and Osteoporosis?

About 22 years ago I sustained a kidney injury after falling off a horse. I chose acupuncture as my mode of treatment and a "bruised kidney" was confirmed. I walked into that office not even able to stand up straight and could only walk if my left leg was fully extended to the left.  After one treatment I walked out of that office like nothing had ever happened.  Why would a kidney injury affect my ability to walk?


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How Are Grief and Sadness Connected to Constipation and Asthma?

When I was in my 30's I noticed I would get chest congestion or bronchitis every month and I have always struggled with sluggish plumbing in the southern hemisphere.....if you know what I mean.  Little did I know then that the two could be connected.  

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) specific emotions are associated with our internal organs.  There can be a physical cause, an emotional (internal) cause, or a combination of both as reasons for health occurrences.  

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