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Chinese Medicine eases head and neck pain


Through the development of technology and the widespread use of computers, an increasing number of people are becoming confined to the office. At the same time, in response to the fast-paced modern lifestyle, people are further decreasing their amount of physical activities. Cars are the transportation method of choice, computers are informative and could entertain for hours at a time, and televisions are a definite relaxation method. This causes a lot of stress to the balance of the body, especially the head and neck area due to the constant 'sitting position'. Some of the resulting symptoms can include nausea, irritability, dizziness, headaches, eye fatigue, heaviness of the shoulders, insomnia, and many others. Through the use of its natural treatments, Chinese medicine can effectively relieve these symptoms without causing unnecessary side effects.

The head and neck area is an important part of one’s body. Chinese medicine believes that many meridians and acupoints are gathered densely in this area. These meridians are the pathways in which the qi and the blood circulate and form a network that links the head and neck area with the rest of the body to form an organic whole.

To treat head and neck problems, Chinese medicine uses a variety of treatments. They include acupuncture, tuina, moxibustion, cupping, herbs, and others. These treatments directly stimulate the head, face and neck region, resulting in a calming and balancing effect. They achieve great therapeutic results, and at the same time also improve one’s charisma and general health.