Save the Date!
22nd Annual Pacific Symposium
November 4-7, 2010
22nd Annual Pacific Symposium is quickly approaching. This world-class
Oriental medicine conference invites experts and enthusiasts alike to
San Diego, California, to share knowledge and insights on the latest
developments in holistic health. Along with 73 exhibitors eager to
present new products in the industry, prominent leaders in the field of
Oriental medicine including Miki Shima, Giovanni Maciocia, and Jeffrey
Yuen will be speaking and hosting a myriad of informational and
interactive workshops for everyone to participate it in. Learn from the
best. Immerse yourself in the latest industry developments. Buy your
tickets early as this event typically sells out.
Reflexology and Anxiety
Millions of people around the world suffer from anxiety. While most
individual experiences can be considered mild or temporary, there are
others for whom anxiety is a debilitating mental and emotional disorder
that can have significant negative effects on one's physical,
emotional, and social functions. As an alternative treatment,
reflexology massage is commonly recommended to help individuals achieve
a sense of relaxation and well-being.
Reflexology is a type of massage that uses light to moderate pressure
on specific points in the feet, hands, or ears. These points
correspond to certain body parts and organs. READ MORE
TCM and Diabetes
Acupuncture and Moxibustion have been used for people with diabetes to
normalize his or her endocrine function. According to clinical studies,
acupuncture is beneficial in lowering glucose levels.
people around the world suffer from diabetes. In fact, it is one of the
most widespread chronic illnesses in the United States today.
Conventional medicine for diabetes is geared towards the regulation of
blood sugar with a combination of oral pharmacological agents and
insulin. Change of diet and regular exercise are also recommended for
people with diabetes. READ MORE
Quote of the Day
"Do not impose on others what you yourself do not desire."