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Depression & Burn-out

Emotional & Psychogical Issues

Persistent or extreme stress, or a combination of both, can lead to serious emotional and physical health problems. These issues should be addressed as quickly as possible. The stress response mechanism served our ancestors well in their natural environments, but in today's society, it doesn't always prove as effective. The stressors of modern life often involve long-term challenges such as issues with coworkers or superiors, family difficulties, financial problems, or personal aspirations.

 The following list includes symptoms that we are able to treat.

  • Easily angered or irritated

  • Anxiety and panic attacks

  • Sleep problems, such as insomnia

  • Depression and mood swings

  • Weight problems, including unexplained weight gain or loss

  • Food and cigarette cravings, possibly leading to substance abuse

  • Recurring headaches or migraines

  • Skin problems such as acne, eczema, or psoriasis

  • Respiratory issues like asthma or shortness of breath

  • Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS)

  • Infertility or other reproductive issues

  • Compromised immune system, leading to frequent illnesses

  • Cardiovascular diseases, including heart disease and stroke

  • Digestive disorders, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or Gastritis

  • High blood pressure or Hypertension

  • Joint Pain, like Arthritis

  • Muscle pain, spasms, or tension

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  • Hair loss

  • Memory problems or difficulty concentrating

  • Impaired sexual function

  • Increased susceptibility to infections

  • Tinnitus or ringing in the ears

  • Nervous habits like nail biting or teeth grinding

To treat those conditions with traditional Japanese acupuncture.

 If a person’s body presents signs of imbalance, it is an indication that the energy flow might be blocked, lacking, or unbalanced. Both physical health and emotional wellbeing hinge on the smooth circulation of energy throughout the body.

Traditional Japanese Acupuncture endeavors to rectify this energy by attuning its flow, culminating in a smooth, balanced energy flow that aids in diminishing or potentially eradicating stress, anxiety, and panic attacks.

Each emotion correlates with a particular organ in the body. The five principal emotions are joy, linked to heart energy, fear or fright, influencing kidney energy, sadness or grief, impacting lung energy, anger or frustration, affecting liver energy, and worry or overthinking, associated with spleen energy.

The life force or energy that fuels the body courses along a distinct pathway, and the meridians or nodes along this path can accrue blockages over time. Acupuncture can facilitate stress relief by eliminating these blockages, augmenting blood circulation, and promoting a healthier disposition.

Acupuncture serves to unblock these meridians, alleviating stress points, and fostering relaxation. It is capable of completely restoring the body, enhancing blood circulation, balancing emotions, mitigating mood swings, and imparting additional energy for all endeavors. Stress relief achieved through acupuncture can lead to a more robust, focused version of oneself.

Acupuncture as a stress-relief technique is earning recognition owing to its potential to reduce reliance on prescription drugs, which might carry side effects and pose risks to liver health.


Acupuncture for stress relief is on the rise in countries like the USA, the UK, and Japan, notably in cities like London, where I had the privilege to work. This can be attributed to its non-reliance on medication and its painless nature.

What treatment is right for you.

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