Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine help with Sexual Health

With our lives becoming busier and busier in today’s society, people from the young, the old and everyone in between are finding it difficult to maintain a healthy sex life. With factors that range from work, study, stress, limited time, low energy levels to some health conditions, it can put a strain on you’re the ‘physical’ aspect of your relationships. However it not just only about the difficulty in making time, it’s often the health issues that can prevent many people from having a satisfactory healthy sex life.

The common issues associated with sexual health

  • Impotence and low libido: lack of and decreased interest in sex.
  • Male erection issues.
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Unpredictable seminal emission.
  • Genital itching, UTI and pain during and after intercourse.
  • Urination issues.
  • Infertility issues, difficulty in conceiving
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge that may be foul smelling.

If any of the above apply to you then it’s time to get help.


It all starts with the consultation. The problems you are experiencing are generally caused by the 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 and Herbal Medicine. You can expect with regular treatments, that your symptoms will improve, your energy levels and drive will increase and you will be feeling positive overall!

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.

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