The commonality between these three conditions is a dysfunction of the Liver according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. The Liver’s positive attributes are to lend vitality to the body encouraging the function of all the other organs. But following the social norm of overachievement and a reluctance to reset our bodies and minds we recycle an unhealthy state of being.
In ancient China a person would abide by the dictates of the season, waking when the sun rose, going to sleep when it was dark. People also lived according to the seasons. Following the habits of animals who hibernate, one would become quieter with their minds and use the winter season as a time to rest. It is obvious how we act contrary to these behaviours.
The results of living in discord with the seasons, and not taking time to rest, leads to an inability to cope with stressful situations, headaches and allergies. It is important to regard these symptoms as our body warning us to get help, not just to ignore these. Acupuncture, when performed by a practitioner trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine, enables the body to return to a state of health by correcting the imbalances.
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