Acupuncture Seasonal Treatments

With the first day of Winter just under a month away (21st of December), and the days getting progressively shorter, darker and colder, you may start to notice a gradual change and decrease in your moods and energy levels. Are you aware that the changes between seasons can have huge impacts on our bodies and minds as they transition from one to another? We are more vulnerable and likely to fall ill or suffer from any form of depression when the seasons change due to the additional demands it places on our bodies. Winter, in Traditional Chinese Medicine beliefs, is associated with our Kidneys, Bladder and Adrenal Glands. Winter is believed to be the time of year where we should recharge our b

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