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Dry Skin Relief with Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
The medical term for pathologically dry skin is xerosis. Xero is the Greek word for dry. Dry skin usually manifests temporarily, but in chronic cases ...

Alleviating Pruritus with Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Pruritus is more than just an annoying itch felt on the skin. It is a condition of intense itching that is often worsened by scratching ...

Acupuncture Effective for Chronic Peripheral Neuropathy
A study titled "Acupuncture for the Treatment of Chronic Painful Peripheral Neuropathy: A long-term study", published by The Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice Journal in ...

Self Care for Peripheral Neuropathy
In addition to seeking Oriental medicine therapy for peripheral neuropathy, here are a few things you can practice at home:Adopt Healthy HabitsHealthy habits such as ...

Treatment for Diabetes Related Skin Conditions
There are a variety of skin conditions that specifically afflict diabetes patients. Diabetes is a disease that results when the body is no longer capable ...

Get Relief from Diabetes-Related Nerve Damage
The most common type of nerve damage afflicting diabetes mellitus patients is called peripheral neuropathy. Although many things can cause peripheral nerve damage, such as ...

Diabetes and Chinese Medicine
This article is designed to help readers, especially diabetics, understand how diabetes is uniquely classified in Traditional Chinese Medicine and the role Chinese Medicine and ...

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Can Treat Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition in which damage occurs in the nervous system, affecting the nerves in the hands and/or feet.  Peripheral means 'situated on ...

Manage Glucose with an Oriental Medicine Diet
While a sweet taste delights our taste buds, overindulgence can cause or worsen digestive problems and upset our metabolic and emotional balance. According to acupuncture ...

Managing Diabetes with Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Diabetes is a complex disease which challenges the body in many ways. Explained in the simplest terms, diabetes is a metabolic disease that prevents your ...

Enhance Your Endocrine Health with Acupuncture
The endocrine system is responsible for hormonal functions in the body and produces thirty distinct hormones each of which has a very specific job to ...

Diabetes is Treatable with Chinese Medicine
Diabetes is treatable! Chinese medicine has already provided a solution dated back 2000 years ago! Do you suspect that you could have diabetes? If you ...

Acupuncture Improves Memory and Learning Capacity
Acupuncture can significantly improve learning and memory capacity that has been impaired by hyperglycemia and cerebral ischemia, according to a new ...

Less Weight, More Life with Acupuncture
For "Delia," it was the pain of a severe auto accident and abdominal surgery that brought her to acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).  "I ...

Treating Diabetes with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
It is estimated that 25.8 million men, women and children in the United States have diabetes.  Diabetes is a disease in which the body does ...

American Ginseng Reduces Blood Sugar: Implications For Diabetes And Herbal Research
Researchers at St. Michael's Hospital and the University of Toronto have found that taking American ginseng before a meal reduces blood sugar in people both ...

Treating Peripheral Neuropathy with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
For some people it is experienced as the uncomfortable sensation of "pins and needles" or burning pain (especially at night) of their hands or feet ...