Physiotherapists. Osteopaths. Chiropractors. Anyone who has had a sports injury will probably have seen one of these experts. But how many of us would consider having needles put into our sides, even by an expert?
You’ve probably heard of this alternative medicine, but how much do you know about it? Find out how acupuncture could help you:
Are you running the Harmony Geneva Marathon on 7-8 May? Did you know that acupuncture can boost athletic performance by helping to reduce stress on the body during physical exertion, enhancing immune function and elevating overall mood and energy:
If you’re in the habit of waking up in the middle of the night, try these tips to send you into a deep slumber without the stress:
If you are suffering from hay fever, spring is likely to be the most miserable time of year – but antihistamines aside, there are lots of simple solutions:
Curious about how acupuncture works? Then watch this short animated introduction to traditional acupuncture by the British Acupuncture Council:
Don’t let the thought of those needles put you off – acupuncture can help ease everything from fertility to migraines:
Acupuncture is one of the best treatments to put the balance back, physically and emotionally:
Each year, during its Acupuncture Awareness Week, the British Acupuncture Council gives an excellent introduction to the benefits of acupuncture. Have a look and you may discover something new and interesting!
When it comes to getting pregnant, old world techniques may be just what today’s high-tech doctors will order: