Immunity

When the body is in balance there is no illness, where there is imbalance there is dis-ease. Immunity can be enhanced by strengthening the core energy of the body and by doing so increasing the body’s resistance to disruptive stimulus.

A strong immune system means less cold’s and flu’s, more energy and vitality and happiness and good health.
Skin and food allergies can be reduced with a combination of nutrition, acupuncture and herbal medicine.

Frequent colds and flu’s

Building up the reserves of the body and addressing nutritional inefficiencies are preventative approaches for protecting and developing good immunity. Acupuncture and herbal medicine can be used to reduce the duration and severity colds and flu’s.

Seasonal allergies

Hay fever is an over sensitivity of the immune system to environmental irritants, principally pollen. Treatment has two main goals; to modulate the immune system to reduce its sensitivity and to address the accompanying symptoms including itchy eyes, running nose, sore throat and sneezing.

Sinusitis

Chronic inflammation of the sinuses is usually a sign of weakened immune function and is often associated with recurrent antibiotic use. There may also be food sensitivities involved, particularly sensitivity to dairy products and dietary adjustments are often helpful, as are probiotics to help restore normal intestinal flora. Inflammation in Chinese medicine is described as a combination of heat and damp and treatment focuses on these factors.

When the body is in balance there is no illness, where there is imbalance there is dis-ease. Immunity can be enhanced by strengthening the core energy of the body and by doing so increasing the body’s resistance to disruptive stimulus.

A strong immune system means less cold’s and flu’s, more energy and vitality and happiness and good health.

 

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