Acupuncture for hay fever (also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis): according to the World Health Organisation, it does help. The World Health Organisation strongly recommends acupuncture to relieve the symptoms of hay fever. Randomized clinical control trials have found it to be more effective than antihistamine drugs although findings areRead more
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Acupuncture for Anxiety and Panic Attacks
WHAT IS ANXIETY? Anxiety is one of the two most-used terms for mental health disorders. A mental health disorder can cover a wide range of symptoms and reactions, but in essence, it is a medical condition that disrupts a person’s thinking, feeling, mood and ability to relate to others which resultsRead more
Preparing for the first acupuncture session in 8 steps
So you have decided to take control of your health and have plucked up the courage to try acupuncture. Preparing for the first acupuncture session can be really just as easy as following the following eight steps. Preparing for the first acupuncture session in eight steps 1. Plan your first acupunctureRead more
Can Acupuncture Help with Whiplash Injury and Back Ache?
Can acupuncture help with whiplash injury and backache? BETH’S STORY Beth came to me in December 2015 with a whiplash injury she had suffered in 2008. The right side of her neck plus her back and shoulders were very tight both from the whiplash injury and from her work at a computer. Read more
Can Acupuncture Help Relieve Recurring Headaches?
Can acupuncture help relieve recurring headaches? Evidence supported by the WHO (World Health Organisation) has shown that it can. Many people suffer from different types of headache with varying degrees of pain. As an acupuncturist I want lots of information about your head ache so that I can make aRead more