Recently, numerous people have been complaining of early hayfever following a particularly weird and extremely rainy Winter. If you would like to understand what Chinese medicine has to offer hayfever (or Allergic Rhinitis) sufferers, read on! Toward the end of August, we are fast approaching that beautiful time of year that looks and feels like… Continue reading Do you get bad hayfever? Read this.
Summer has finally arrived! It seems like it's been the longest and wettest Winter in years this year, partly because of the on-again-off-again lockdown scenarios that have been going on for the last couple of years. But even with vaccination freedom, civil unrest from protesting, life waking up and everyone going out, we are able… Continue reading 5 health tips for a beautiful Summer
Q: What is the Chinese Medicine view of arthritis and pain conditions in general? A: Traditionally speaking, joint pain & arthritic symptoms come under a specific group of diseases known as Bi ("bee") or "Painful Obstruction" Syndrome. It refers mostly to chronic conditions rather than acute injuries. Biomedical conditions which are closely associated with the Chinese Medicine… Continue reading Autumn Q & A: Arthritis & Chinese Medicine
On Wednesday morning between 9 and 10am Rebecca will be speaking with the lovely Gen Ward on her Mind-based radio show, Mind Ya Head on MainFM 94.9 (Central Victoria - people from other locations can listen online). She discusses different mentally focussed topics and runs a great health promotion initiative by sharing stories from different… Continue reading Public Radio spot: Interested in mental wellbeing topics?
Has anyone actually looked at their belly lately? It's squishy and a bit wobbly at the moment after little exercise and a sedentary lifestyle. This article will give you some ideas about what Traditional Chinese Medicine-related health issues can occur from sitting down for too long, and some self-care activities that are easy and accessible. … Continue reading Getting off the couch: Post COVID muffin-top? Read this.