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The Trauma of Office Work Work injuries bring many people to the osteopath’s office. You might be surprised by the frequency of office worker injuries in Shanghai. People often think “It’s just sitting at a desk all day. How would that lead to injuries?” But, working in an office can be quite traumatic. Humans did not evolve to be stationary for so many hours. The body suffers from sitting all day at a computer screen. Just imagine if someone told you that you’d have to stand without moving for eight hours. Even worse, a seated position compresses the muscles and organs in an unnatural way.
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Lymphatic Drainage FAQs As the weather heats up, those who suffer from swelling often find their problems worsening. Fortunately, lymphatic drainage can provide relief and encourage healthy circulation.
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The Key Role of the Gut in Your Health Hippocrates said, “All disease begins in the gut.” We’re discovering more truth in his ancient wisdom every day. Many health issues have gut inflammation and what is known as “leaky gut syndrome” in common. The body is an interconnected web and problems in the gut can both stem from and cause issues in many areas of the body.
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What is Depression?

Written by 491 View
We all have unhappy times. Some days you feel disappointed, sad or just in a foul mood. Depression, when compared to such moody days, is much more comprehensive and profound. Changing seasons can worsen such feelings , as the body is trying to adapt to a changing environment.
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Spring: A Transition Time  Notice that as the weather gets warmer your body and brain react in strange ways? Just as we’re experiencing beautiful weather, many people find themselves stuck inside with an illness. TCM has long understood this period of transition (and offers help).
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In our TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) series, we share insight into the major TCM treatments and answer frequently asked questions. Acupuncture is a popular TCM method to cure disease and restore balance. People often wonder “Will getting stuck with needles really make me healthier?” Here is everything you want to know about acupuncture.
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We’re all made of energy. We now know it only takes 12 seconds to invite something into our energy at the vibrational level. What does this mean? It means you have the power to change your life. Here are some tips for creating positive energy:
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Are red, watery eyes and a swollen nose your trademark spring look? Many allergy sufferers dread the coming spring. Life becomes round after round of antihistamines and nasal sprays. Shanghai’s damp, dusty (and polluted) environment is a nightmare for many allergy and asthma sufferers.
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Too many women suffer like I did from what we can call “triple hormone hell”. It’s a nightmare combination of symptoms that includes chronic fatigue, insomnia and moodiness (particularly depression). I was trying to get through my day with 1-2 hours of sleep at a time and overwhelming fatigue and feelings of despair. I had gained a significant amount of weight and my limbs felt heavy and my breathing constricted.
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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) differs from western medicine in a number of ways. These include how a diagnosis is made, as well as the curative methods employed. Our TCM series serves to introduce the various methods and their underlying mechanisms. Tuina massage is the name for the massage therapy used in TCM.
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