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Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Beat Common Flu using Chinese Medicine Ways

Vibrant health comes naturally, when the body, the mind and the spirit are in balanced. In our demanding lives, we can easily fall out of balance and catch the cold these days.

People are most vulnerable to colds and influenza during the boundary time between spring and summer. Many people catch cold suffering from headache, sore throat, tiredness, running nose and red eyes, etc. They may go looking for the fast way in hope of curing the cold without thinking about the side effect of treatments, such as widespread use of flu shots, taking drugs heavily.
However, the flu shots and some other drugs can obviate the serious consequences of infection; they cannot prevent or cure the common cold.

For people who are hesitant about living on drugs, Traditional Chinese Medicine is the way to go. Using herbal formulas to prevent and to treat colds and flu is one of the best-developed and most successful aspects of traditional Chinese medicine. In the long run, it can help to correct body imbalance causing sickness without creating side effects.

Any question please call Dr. Ann Sun at 650-557-2979

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

How to Deal with Stress, Anxiety, and Depression

   Human health usually comes from balance energy level, since we are living in reality modern world, it is hard to keep everything in smooth balance, such as job, family, financial pressures, or some kind hard daily basis, stress out and depression are reaction of biologically changes to the mood degree. People experienced as sleep disorder, easy tiredness, headache, exhausted, upset stomach, low appetite or irritability when they are under stress.

   Commonly we have understanding that stress is related to Adrenaline level. The adrenaline coming from adrenal glands was designed to give extra energy to boost up our body. In traditional Chinese Medicine, stress, emotions and physical health are closely connected. Mood levels depend on liver functions to a greater degree, which is support by kidney.

   Collapse of stress may load on heart, blood vessels, lungs, liver, muscle system, nerves system, and auto immune system, may affect many organs or body function. In order to deal with stress, I encourage you to develop a positive thought, such as positive thinking and positive image on the subconscious mind, even smile to yourself is good way to start release the depression.  Looking for a Chinese Medicine treatment is another way to have fewer side effects and have more efficient address the stress away from your life.

                                                                               Ann Sun 
                                                                               publish in Mountain View VOICE