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Tinnitus & TMJ Relief With Acupuncture

Tinnitus & TMJ ...

Tinnitus and TMJ Respond to Acupuncture Treatments Tinnitus and TMJ often dissipate and are alleviated with an acupuncture treatment series, due to the relaxation response that acupuncture initiates.  The calming neurotransmitters, such as acetylcholine, for example, are released with acupuncture, easing stress and jaw tension.  Often, TMJ and tinnitus are present with high- stress, multita... Read More
COLOR ME HAPPY WITH ACUPUNCTURE  BY SARAH KALB, LAC, MAOM, RTT

COLOR ME HAPPY WITH ...

For me, it made the colors brighter. I stepped outside into a gray & wintery day in Vermont, and the colors were bright. I had just had my very first acupuncture treatment, (actually, to treat some pretty bad asthma from bronchitis that I’d had for months), and it was already coloring my world. Being a 3000 year old medicine, acupuncture has helped many people with many different condit... Read More
REFRESH IN YOUR NEW YEAR!

REFRESH IN YOUR NEW ...

As we go into the new year 2018 together, Id like to share the top 3 most simple, favorite, nourishing tips that we give in our clinic to feel better and be better... 1. Speak kindly to yourself. Shift that voice inside your head to be supportive, gentle, encouraging, and non-judgmental. Talk to yourself as you would a friend. That running to-do list? -At the end of the day, pat yourself on th... Read More
VAGUS NERVE ACUPUNCTURE FOR DYSAUTONOMIA/ POTS RELIEF

VAGUS NERVE ACUPUNCT...

Vagus Nerve Acupuncture for Dysautonomia / POTS Relief The Vagus nerve point is one of the most potent acupuncture points to use when treating people who have the challenge of managing dysautonomia and is therefore included in our acupuncture POTS protocol. The Vagus nerve is the longest, cranial “wandering” nerve that covers the heart and innervates most major organs, impacting the cardiova... Read More
DOES IT HURT?

DOES IT HURT?

Does It Hurt? ( See cute pic below;) The second most posed question when people come in for an acupuncture treatment is, “Does it hurt?” My favorite response: My five year old daughter asks for it. She gets off the bus, chucks her backpack to the ground, raises her little, exasperated hands to her head and says, “Mom! I had a SO, SO stressful day!” (In kindergarten;) “ I need my achoo... Read More