As spring seems to have arrived at last I thought I would explain how chinese medicine views spring and how springtime acupuncture can help you to transition into this uplifting season.
Acupuncture has its roots in Ancient China when people lived more rural lives and were therefore more in tune with the seasons than we are today.They therefore devised various treatment protocols for the different seasons.
So what’s so special about Spring?
Well Spring in nature heralds the first new arrivals in the animal kingdom – think baby lambs. Plus birds begin to build nests. So spring may well be a good time to think about babies in general. Also the first green shoots of the new plants are beginning to show -so it should come as now surprise that the colour associated with spring is green, so why not eat green? The hours of daylight are getting longer and the sun is helping to warm the ground up , which makes it a good time to start getting out of doors.
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- read my acupuncture and fertility page
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- try some springtime acupuncture
Things to do in Spring:
Spring cleaning –
- reduce clutter in your house – it helps to declutter the mind as well
- spring clean not just your house but your body as well
- perhaps try a detox ( springtime acupuncture can be used as a detox)
Eat healthy –
- start eating spring greens and small young vegetables
- start the day with cup of hot water and the juice of half a lemon or lime
Exercise more –
- now that the weather is warming up and the days are getting longer why not get outside and enjoy the great outdoors
- start a new exercise routine such as yoga or pilates
- practice relaxation or meditation to help reduce stress
- springtime acupuncture can also help to reduce stress.