Stress and anxiety arises from many factors and affects us in various ways. Address the cause of your stress so you can get on with your day with calm and joy…
Too stressed to enjoy life?
You’re not alone. Work life, home life, family and relationship challenges, financial and political issues can all lead to a build up of stress. All this stress can have a radical affect on your body, emotionally and physically, affecting sleep patterns, eating habits, causing sudden weight changes, and reducing energy and immunity.
How acupuncture can help relieve stress
Research on acupuncture suggests that it works to reduce stress by regulating neurotransmitters in the brain associated with stress and pain, as well as deactivating the ‘analytical’ brain, which is responsible for anxiety and worry. Acupuncture can restore harmony in your body, putting everything back in tune and restoring the natural balance of your mental, physical and emotional health.
How York Traditional Acupuncture can help
As an Anxiety UK Approved Practitioner, I personalize your acupuncture plan, and tailor it to help most with the unique kind of stress or anxiety you are experiencing. In addition to acupuncture you will receive general stress-reducing lifestyle advice to help speed up your progress.
Generally, after an acupuncture session, it is typical to feel much calmer, more relaxed and aware of the improvement in your sense of well-being. The reason? This is because, research suggests that acupuncture helps the body release its own serotonin, a neurotransmitter associated with well-being and happiness.
Acupuncture provides a safe and natural way to help you manage the stress and anxiety of modern society. It’s so simple yet so effective, and it’s been used safely for thousands of years.
Potential benefits of acupuncture according to the American Psychological Association
(American Psychological Association study, 2007)
• More energy – 51% of people with stress experience fatigue and 45% experience a lack of energy.
• Reduced headaches and dizziness – 44% of people with stress suffer from headaches, and 13% from dizziness.
• Better digestion – 34% of people with stress experience upset stomach and 23% experience a change in appetite.
• Better sex life – 15% of people with stress experience a change in sex drive.
• Greater happiness – 50% of people with stress feel irritable or angry, 45% feel nervous, and 35% feel they want to cry.
• Better dental health – 17% of people with stress grind their teeth.
If you would like help to relieve stress or anxiety, simply contact Tiziana Bertinotti on 07788 633292 or email@example.com