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Perimenopause, What’s Really Going On-Part II

Last month I wrote an article on perimenopause from a Western perspective. In this article I’ll explain this transition from a Chinese medical perspective. To begin, let’s lay the groundwork with some basic concepts. What is Yin and How Much do I Need? Yin (the opposite of Yang), can describe anything in the body. In […]

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Chinese Herbs and Acupuncture for Hot Flashes

If you’re a woman in your forties or fifties, it’s likely you’ve experienced changes taking place associated with menopause. For some women this transition is easy. For others, the onset of menopause can be much more challenging and may include symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, thirst, and insomnia. While Western Medicine ascribes these changes […]

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4 Common Causes of Migraines

While most headache sufferers are aware of foods that cause migraines, there are some unexpected triggers you may not know about. Following are four common migraine triggers. 1. Food triggers Tyramines, an amino acid found in foods like aged cheeses (blue, cheddar) as well as aged and dried meat like sausage and pepperoni, can trigger […]

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