DIAGNOSE YOUR OWN ERECTILE HEALTH Dr Sharon Elizabeth Allison LAc DAOM Everyone wants a healthy and fulfilling sex life and you have the right to do everything you can to achieve that. Most sexual health concerns are a symptom of other concerns that are going on in your body. Some of the contributing factors that can lead to erectile concerns are stress, diabetes, heart conditions, cholesterol, injuries and emotional stress. So lets take a look at what you can do to remedy these concerns and get back on track with your sex life. Even though there are many...Read More
Premature Ejaculation Dr Sharyn Allyson Lac According to the American Urological Association 24-34% of men suffer from premature ejaculation. Some men for their entire lives and for others it can be situational. Western Medical approaches to treating premature ejaculation are anti-depressive medications, behavioral therapy and penile constriction rings. Chinese Medicine defines premature ejaculation in a similar manner to Western Medicine. Either ejaculation soon quickly after the initiation of intercourse or before intercourse occurs. During the Qing dynasty the term premature ejaculation become a common term used. In the text – Record of Pattern Differentiation “ when a man...Read More
Dr Sharyn Allyson LAc Supplying your body with the required nutrients will keep your body functions intact. It ensures smooth blood flow, thus, enhancing your vascular system. Hence, a healthy diet addresses one of the root causes of erectile dysfunction. The basic guideline is to add whole-grain foods, fruits, and vegetables in your diet. Also, incorporate low-fat dairy foods and lean meats, while staying away from foods that are high in fat and sodium. Steer clear of foods that cause you to be overweight. Foods that are bad for your heart are bad for your penis too. So,...Read More
Study Reveals Previously Unknown Mechanism Behind Acupuncture’s Ability to Reduce Pain By Dr. Mercola When it comes to treating ailments such as chronic pain, I definitely prefer nontoxic options to drugs and surgery. Americans use 80 percent of all the opioids sold worldwide1 — a testament to the pervasiveness of pain in this country — and with drug overdoses now being the ninth leading cause of death in the U.S., we clearly need safer alternatives. Acupuncture is one such alternative. Research shows it can be an effective option for a number of health problems, but pain in particular. Contrary...Read More
Acupuncture Treatment of Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy in an American Indian Community http://www.jams-kpi.com/article/S2005-2901(16)30207-2/fulltext Abstract Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) develops in 30% of type 2 diabetes patients, increases the risk for foot ulcers and amputation, and is a significant source of disability and medical costs. Treatment remains challenging, propelling research to focus on therapeutic methods that aim to improve blood circulation or ameliorate oxidative stress that drives development of DPN. The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of acupuncture treatment for DPN symptoms and lower extremity arterial circulation in people with type 2 diabetes. Twenty-five patients seen at...Read More
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