Digestive Issues & IBS
Would you like to feel light again and relieve bloating, acid reflux, and constipation? Looking for effective Irritable Bowel Syndrome relief?
Try relieving your digestive problems or IBS with Acupuncture. All natural, and without having to give up the pleasure of tasty and healthy foods.
In Chinese Medicine, the digestive system is crucial. You derive your energy from the food you eat. When the digestive system is in bad shape, you may suffer from bloating, food cravings like sugar and chocolate, IBS and acid reflux. You may also struggle with maintaining a steady weight.
Chinese Medicine includes the practice of nutritional therapy – it’s not about going on a diet and depriving yourself. Instead, I will help you to identify the foods that your digestive system can get the most nourishment from.
So, in addition to acupuncture sessions which will help to get your digestive system in good shape, and relieve symptoms like abdominal pain and bloating, you’ll also get lifestyle advice to make sure the symptoms don’t reappear.
Remember, Chinese Medicine is not a magic wand! It supports you to make healthy lifestyle changes.
Here’s what Frances had to say about how Chinese Medicine improved his cravings, energy levels and weight issues:
“I have been battling with my weight, high levels of stress, and low energy. After seeing Tiziana, my chocolate and sweet cravings have disappeared, I feel full quicker, and I sleep more deeply than I have in many months. Even my exercise tolerance has improved, I have the energy and stamina to restart Tai-chi. After just 2 weeks, I have lost 5.2 pounds – I didn’t think it could be so easy.”
– Frances Mary. B-M.
Results may vary. See over 85 unbiased 5-star testimonials from satisfied clients at FreeIndex.
Recently, I had an article published in the CAM magazine on the natural relief of IBS which I’d recommend reading.
If you’re looking to relieve digestive issues or IBS, acupuncture may be able to help. Contact Tiziana Bertinotti on 07788 633292 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.