Points Newsletter - July 2019

7 Ways to Slash Stress

7 Ways to Slash StressBy Dr. Mao Shing Ni, L.Ac., D.O.M., Ph.D, Dipl. C.H., ABAAP

Chronic stress seems to be our national disease—especially today. Millions suffer from symptoms of stress: nervous tension, restless sleep, difficulty focusing and remembering, irritability, and health complications. Generally speaking, stress speeds up aging. Learn the ways to manage stress, and you will look and feel younger.

1. Start your day with meditation
Spend time every day in meditative relaxation, with calming music if you desire. Start with five minutes and work your way to fifteen or twenty minutes each day. More...

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How to Cope with Sports Injury

How to Cope with a Sports InjuryBy Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal

When you’re passionate about playing a sport or have a workout routine that you’re sticking to and is part of your routine—there’s nothing more disheartening than getting sidelined by an injury. The stress that comes along with it is both physical and psychological, requiring a lot of patience and resilience as you cope and recover. More...

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Therapeutic Effects of Moxibustion Simultaneously Targeting Nrf2 and NF-κB in Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Initial Effects of Electroacupuncture for Chronic Severe Functional Constipation and the Potential Underlying Factors

Growth Inhibitory Efficacy of Cornus Officinalis in a ell Culture Model for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

Ask Dr. MaoQ: I am prone to getting rashes in the summertime. What prevents this or at least alleviates the redness and itching?

A: Barring allergic conditions, this may be due to improper circulation and ventilation of your skin. Diet also plays a major role in the condition of the skin. Avoid spicy, oily, fatty, and fried foods, especially during the summer. Take warm temperature showers (not hot) often. Change undergarments often.

Here are some remedies:

1. Make a tea out of beet tops. Drink this as a water source during summer.

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