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Acupuncture is an often-overlooked treatment for hay fever and yet it has proven highly successful as a drug free way to alleviate the symptoms of runny nose, watery eyes, foggy head, sneezing, and blocked sinuses.
In Ireland up to one in six couples are affected by infertility. While the causes can be wide ranging including hormone imbalance, PCOS, endometriosis, and sperm disorders, the effects of being unable to conceive can be very distressing for the couple concerned.
Pain in any part of the body can be very debilitating and can greatly affect all aspects of everyday life.
Pain, in any part of the body, can be very debilitating and can greatly affect all aspects of everyday life. Acupuncture is known for its effectiveness for treating all pain related conditions.
In Ireland, we are fortunate to have access to a public health system that treats children if they get sick.
Stress is a component of modern day living that most people experience at some point in their lives. It becomes a problem when it is experienced regularly or over a long period of time. It can have an effect on our digestive and respiratory systems, our hormonal system, and impact our cardiovascular and reproductive systems.
Irritable bowel syndrome is more common than a lot of people realise, affecting up to 20 per cent of people at some time during their lives. Almost 80 per cent of those who suffer from the condition are women.
If you are feeling low on energy, feel tired often, or never seem to be able to get enough sleep, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) can help.
If you would like to lose some weight and feel healthy and energised you may want to consider acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).
Our bodies are designed to react to threats, real or perceived. Energy is directed away from normal functioning so it can be used to ward off a potential threat. The sympathetic nervous system (which branches from the central nervous system) is triggered into a 'fight or flight' response. This can have an effect on our digestive and respiratory systems, our hormonal system, and impact our cardiovascular and reproductive systems.