The effects of global warming is starting to have a major influence on the change in the weather. An average day could see the weather change from warm and sunny in the morning to dark, stormy and windy in the afternoon. These sudden changes can be overwhelming on your immune system, causing it to be overworked to adapt to the extreme weather conditions. As a result your health can be affected by the weather in many ways.
How the change in weather can affect you
- Chills and fever
- Feeling run down, low energy levels and wanting to sleep constantly
- Sneezing, runny nose, sore throat, coughing
- Loss of appetite
- Sudden eruptions of skin rashes
- Easy to contract cold and flus, triggers of allergies and asthma.
SO HOW CAN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE HELP YOU?
It all starts with the consultation. The external factors are commonly causing disharmony and imbalances within the body and you’ll be asked questions in relation to your health in order to identify which of your internal systems have affected you most. Through the questions, connections can be made to make the correct diagnosis so that the most suitable treatment protocol can be developed. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an ancient system which includes a range of treatments such as Acupuncture, Suction cupping and Herbal Medicine. Together, they can help make a positive change to your health and restore balance in your body. You can expect with regular treatments, that your health will improve, you will be able to recover from colds and flus quicker and most importantly, be able to adapt to the wild weather conditions.
Don’t let the rapidly changing weather conditions affect your health or stop you from getting through your day to day activities.
Amy Duong, Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine is a 5000 year old system of healthcare that focuses on the causative factors of a condition. Practitioners adopt a holistic approach to investigate aspects of a person’s diet, lifestyle and emotions in order to diagnose and treat an underlying problem.