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Naturally Reduce Allergy Symptoms With Allergy Elimination

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More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, making it the 6th most common chronic illness in the United States. While most allergy elimination techniques include medication—antihistamines, nasal sprays, eye drops, corticosteroids, inhalers, skin creams and even immunotherapy—there are more natural ways to alleviate allergies if desired.

In this article, we will break down the various natural allergy relief methods so you can breathe easier and feel better!

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Acupuncture for Sleep: A Drug-Free Way to a Better Night’s Sleep

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in three Americans are not getting enough sleep on a routine basis. While scientists don’t completely understand why we need sleep, the importance of it cannot be understated. Whether you’re struggling to fall asleep, stay asleep or anything in between, acupuncture for sleep is a drug-free way to a better night’s sleep!

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What Pulse Diagnosis Tells Us About Our Health

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One of the four diagnostic methods in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), pulse diagnosis is a great way for your practitioner to glean vital information about your overall health. Before imaging technologies, doctors needed a way to determine the status of their patients’ internal organs and learned that the pulse could offer a wealth of information. While the pulse is an instrumental tool used in both Western and Chinese medicine, in TCM, it is used to assess the overall health and functionality of the major organs, blood flow and the state of the qi/energy (in the body).  

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Dry Needling vs. Acupuncture: What’s the Best Solution?

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The dry needling vs. acupuncture debate has been in the spotlight over the past several years. In fact, earlier this year, the Acupuncture Association of Colorado (AAC) sued the Colorado Physical Therapy Board in Denver District Court, claiming that the term “dry needling” was “merely a euphemism” for the ancient Chinese technique of acupuncture. In light of this litigation (and similar cases across the country), many people are confused as to what the differences are between the two techniques.

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Is Cosmetic Acupuncture the New Facelift?

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There’s a lot we’re willing to do in the name of beauty. From trying various topical creams and serums to even invasive surgeries, it’s fair to say that slowing signs of aging is a skin care priority for many Americans. But does achieving healthier, more youthful-looking skin have to come at such a high cost?

We examine various methods of anti-aging treatments and compare them to cosmetic acupuncture—a natural whole body treatment—to see which methods will work best for your skin.

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The Best Natural Products for Eczema to Heal Your Skin

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Eczema is a very common skin condition that affects millions of Americans. It is most commonly found in babies and small children, and oftentimes goes away as the child grows; however, it can present itself at any stage in a person’s life. Fortunately, there are many great products for eczema that can help treat this condition without the use of steroids or pharmaceutical drugs.  

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Health Spa Treatments That Can Help These 10 Common Conditions

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Not all ‘spas’ are the same. There are a wide range of health spa treatments available, depending on where you go. Traditional health spa treatments are designed to provide relaxation for weary minds and bodies, refine lines and wrinkles and get rid of unwanted hair. There is great value in some good old R&R, pampering yourself and feeling beautiful. Generally, people will come to a health spa for:

  • A relaxing massage or facial
  • Waxing
  • Brow and lash tinting

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