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February 15, 2021

The Tongue In Chinese Medicine

This video shows the significance of the tongue in Chinese medicine.

As a matter of fact, in traditional Chinese medicine, the tongue is divided into sections. Each section relates to the meridians and organ systems throughout the body. It is believed that the tongue can paint a picture of your overall health. Additionally, TCM practitioners would monitor the progress of treatment. They take the cue from a patient’s tongue colour, texture, shape, and visible spots.

For example, white patches in the tongue mean fungal infection. This can be a result of taking an oral medication. Some of which are known to throw off the balance of the bacteria in your mouth. Another thing you should watch out for is the “hair”. While hair can be a natural occurrence, food and bacteria can get caught in it. Normally, it can be scraped off through brushing or scraping. However, watch out for white patches that won’t be scraped off. It may be a sign of oral hairy leukoplakia. This is usually a symptom of Epstein-Barr or HIV.

Generally, any significant changes in your tongue should be monitored. There can be a wide range of possible changes to your tongue all with different outcomes.

If you want to know more about how Chinese medicine can help, call 07 3399 1002. You can also send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

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February 10, 2021

Acupressure Points for Anxiety

The video shows the acupressure points for anxiety. But what is anxiety and how should
you manage it?

Anxiety is the body’s natural response to stress. In fact, occasional anxiety is alright. For
example, it is completely fine to feel anxious before taking a test or making an important
decision. However, if that anxiousness and feelings of worry intensify. For example, lasting
for six months or more and interfering with your life, it becomes an anxiety disorder.

In fact, anxiety disorders are a group of mental illnesses that cause constant and overwhelming
fear, nervousness, apprehension, and worry. To hopefully help you get through anxiety
attack, watch the video about “The Acupressure Points for Anxiety”. If you want to take a
few more steps on treating your anxiety.

To allow your body to heal the stress and worries naturally, you may want to consider
acupuncture. It is a traditional Chinese medicine practice that is phenomenal in treating
anxiety.

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February 8, 2021

AMA Episode 8: Acupressure for Headache Relief

The video talks about headache relief and how to get rid of the pain. Bob Wong, a licensed acupuncturist also shares a variety of tips and acupressure points that can help alleviate the symptoms. Watch the video to know more.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help, call  07 3399 1002 or send an email to  info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

February 7, 2021

Cupping Therapy Not Part of Biomedicine?

I received another question about cupping therapy not part of biomedicine.

That is actually true. Cupping therapy is indeed not a part of biomedicine. However,
cupping therapy is effective in treating or at the very least alleviating symptoms of
many illnesses and diseases.

This form of alternative medicine helps people manage pain and reduce inflammation.
Cupping therapy also promotes blood flow, relaxation, and total wellbeing. In conclusion,
although cupping therapy is not part of biomedicine, it provides many health benefits.
And it should be appreciated and recognized as an effective holistic treatment option.

To know more on how Chinese medicine can help, call us at 07 3399 1002
vor send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au

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February 6, 2021

Is Cupping Therapy Dangerous?

In this video, we are going to answer the question “is cupping therapy dangerous?”.

Please know that in any treatment, there is always a certain risk associated with it.
However, in my experience as an acupuncturist, I have not known any adverse and
life-threatening side effects of cupping therapy.

In fact, the best thing about alternative medicine such as cupping or acupressure, and
acupuncture is that if it does not work, it will not work. They do not worsen the illness
or further compromise the health of a patient.

To know more on how Chinese medicine can help, call us at 07 3399 1002
or send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au

You can also check our acupressure courses and get 50% off with coupon code: 50off.

Visit https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/ for more details.

February 5, 2021

AMA Episode #7: Posture and Neck Pain

The video talks about how posture and neck pain are associated. So how does posture
relates to neck pain?

Poor posture is one of the most common causes of neck pain. This stresses the cervical
spine and overloads the neck and back muscles. Over time, the accumulated stress
strains the muscles and ligaments that support the neck, resulting in neck pain or injury.

Meanwhile, the head-and-shoulders-forward posture is a great example of poor posture
that contributes to neck pain. This occurs when the neck slants forward, placing the
vhead in front of the shoulders. When this happens, extra weight is added to your spine.

In fact, for every inch your head shifts forwards, an extra 10 pounds is added to the
muscles in the upper back and neck. Similarly, a 5-inch forward shift results in 50
extra pounds of force! That is a lot of extra weight your neck and spine have to
carry! So remember to keep your chin tucked inward to avoid this.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help,
call 07 3399 1002 or email us at info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

For more self-care and acupressure online courses,
visit https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/.
Enroll today and get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off

February 5, 2021

How to Get Rid of Sugar Cravings and Sciatica Pain

The video shows you how to get rid of your sugar cravings. You can use these tips
as part of your weight loss journey. It also talks about acupressure points
for sciatica pain relief.

Moreover, if you want to know more about how Chinese medicine can help,
call 07 3399 1002 or email us at info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

Furthermore, for more self-care and acupressure online courses,
visit https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/.
Enroll today and get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off.

February 4, 2021

The Pokey Stick: How to Do Acupressure?

The video provides tips on how to do acupressure and which tools to use. So what is the
right way to do acupressure?

I have been getting a lot of comments and questions about the pokey stick I have been
using on my videos. And, I actually bought this in Thailand with my wife. However, in
acupressure, it does not really matter what tools you use. You can use a pen, a pencil or your
fingers. In fact, the best tool you can use is the one you are born with, your fingers. That is
because when you use your fingers, you can easily distinguish the right spot. Also, you have
direct control over how much pressure you apply. My best advice is to not focus on the tools to
use. Rather, focus on the sensations when doing acupressure. look for a dull, achy sore spot.
That is the indication that you are pressing the right spot. Then hold the pressure for 15 to
30 seconds. If you have more questions, let me know.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help,
call 07 3399 1002 or email us at info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

For more self-care and acupressure online courses,
visit https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/.
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February 4, 2021

How To Relieve Cramps at the Bottom of The Feet

Watch the video to know the acupressure points to relieve cramps at the bottom of the
feet. But why do we get it in the first place?

Foot cramps are described as an uncomfortable and painful spasm of the muscles of
your feet. They occur when a muscle squeezes and cannot relax. As a result, cramps can
stop you on your tracks and limit your mobility until the cramp passes.

A massage and light stretching can help with the cramp. Additionally, you can refer to
the video and apply the acupressure points for relief. In Chinese Medicine, the hands
are used to treat the feet and vice versa.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help, call 07 3399 1002
or email us at info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

For more self-care and acupressure online courses,
visit https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/.
Enroll today and get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off.

February 3, 2021

How to Relieve Cold Hands?

This video offers tips on how to relieve cold hands through acupressure.
But how do you get them anyway?

If you are not exposed to the cold weather and you are experiencing cold hands, it could
be a sign of nerve problems. It could also mean you have poor blood circulation to the
hands. You can these tips to relieve the symptoms, however, if the problem persists and
if you had colds hands for a very long time, you better have them checked right away.

To know more about how Chinese medicine can help, call 07 3399 1002
or email us at info@artofacupuncture.com.au.

For more self-care and acupressure online courses,
visit https://artofacupunctureacademy.thinkific.com/.
Enroll today and get a 50% discount. Just use the promo code 50off.

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