Points Newsletter - April 2021

Rusty Relationships

It looks like we are going to be able to hang out with our family and close friends pretty soon, but after so much time apart, it would not be surprising if we feel shy or a bit rusty about rebuilding friendships with acquaintances that we havenít seen or spoken with since Covid began.

Likewise, most kids have kept up with their BFFs but there are lots of other children they havenít seen in a long time who may now be taller or look different, than the last time our kids saw them. More...

Visit Tao of Wellness: Awarded Best of the Best Acupuncture Clinic on the Dr. Oz Show

A Review of the Dirty DozenA Review of the Dirty Dozen

 In the west, spring begins on March 20, but the Chinese celebrated Long Tai Tou or Dragon Raising its Head on the 14th. In Chinese culture, the dragon provides spring rain signaling that it is time for farming to begin. In traditional Chinese medicine theory, spring is the season when we need to pay special attention to cutting back on alcohol, reducing our consumption of sugar, and making careful decisions about the foods that we bring into our homes. More...
 

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The Effects of Active Acupuncture and Placebo Acupuncture on Insomnia Patients

Efficacy of Acupuncture for Urinary Incontinence in Middle-Aged and Elderly Women

Acupuncture-like Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Pain, Function, and Biochemical Inflammation After Total Knee Arthroplasty

Ask Dr. MaoQ: What are some habits that will help me release the stress and tension that builds up in my busy day?

A: Here are some healthy habits you can integrate into your daily grind to free yourself from stress forever:

1. Cut out caffeine because it stimulates the adrenaline release. Give up the cup of coffee and opt for the therapeutic benefits of caffeine-free herbal teas.

2. A daily meditation program is your number one method to release tension at the end of a busy day and. Also, yoga, tai chi, or similar activities can help to alleviate stress.

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