stress reducer 755: anger

Traditional Oriental Medicine has, for at least 2000 years, acknowledged the link between mental-emotional imbalance and physical disease. Consider the following excerpt from the Huangdi Neijing, or Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic, a text estimated to date from the 1st century BC: When one is angry, then the qi rises. When one is happy, then the … Continue reading stress reducer 755: anger

centering practice 292

Over the course of 16+ years in practice as an acupuncturist, I've heard numerous reports from patients about how they store and experience mental-emotional stress in their bellies. Symptoms range from decreased appetite, increased appetite, various types of pain, and bowel dysfunctions (especially diarrhea). Traditional Oriental Medicine (TOM) recognizes the Spleen, Stomach, and pancreas as … Continue reading centering practice 292