Women’s Health

 Acupuncture for PMS

 

Do You Suffer From Any of These Symptoms?

Irritability
Mood swings
Anxiety
Depression
Insomnia
Bloating
Headaches
Food cravings
Breast tenderness

Reports state that over 25% of menstruating women suffer from moderate to severe PMS.

Recent studies show that acupuncture reduces PMS by 78% with only 3-4 treatments.

Studies indicate that acupuncture and herbs yielded a success rate of 50% or better in resolving PMS.

Acupuncture assists in balancing out the smooth flow of energy and blood flow through all of the organ systems resulting in a reduction in PMS.

 

 

Acupuncture for PCOS

 

Do You Suffer From the Following?

Irregular periods
Heavy periods or no periods
Ovarian cysts
Excessive body and facial hair
Acne with oily skin
Pelvic pain
Infertility
Weight gain

The leading characteristics for a PCOS diagnosis are hyperandrogenism with missed periods or a polycystic ovarian condition.

This is a condition caused by excess androgens or male dominant hormones including testosterone. Hirtuism, a condition of facial and body hair growth in women as well as obesity are commonly seen in PCOS cases.


Conventional treatments include:

Birth control pills to control menses
Metformin to stimulate ovulation

Studies show that women with PCOS have a 3 to 6 times greater health risk of endometrial cancer compared to aged-matched control groups.

Acupuncture, herbs and dietary therapy are effective at treating PCOS by regulating menses and ovulation.

It is important for women with PCOS to seek out acupuncture treatments

to regulate hormones, diabetes, hypertension and the risk of cancer.

Acupuncture can help you by treating the root cause of PCOS by increasing blood flow and nutrients to the uterus and ovaries.

 

 

Acupuncture for Hot Flashes and Menopause

 

Do Experience Any of These Symptoms?

Hot flashes
Night sweats
Vaginal dryness
Difficulty sleeping
Low mood or anxiety
Reduced libido
Poor memory and concentration

Studies from around the globe show that women with menopausal symptoms treated by acupuncture and herbs 1-2 times per week experienced positive hormonal changes resulting in fewer hot flashes, anxiety, insomnia and vaginal dryness.

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