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Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture for Fibromyalgia Pain

Fibromyalgia is a relatively common condition, affecting a significant number of people worldwide. Fibromyalgia is more commonly diagnosed in women compared to men, with a female-to-male ratio of about 3:1. It tends to be most commonly diagnosed in...

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Overview: Treating Brain Fog with Chinese Medicine in Toronto, ON

Many conditions and medications can cause brain fog: allergy, stress, GI problems, injury, cancer treatments, stroke, medications, insomnia, hormonal imbalance, etc. A successful treatment for brain fog, and brain health in general, should be able...

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Oketsu and Blood Clots Treatment with Chinese Medicine

Blood circulation is crucial to life, and blood clots are one of the major haematological problems seen in the circulatory system. They can slow blood flow, make it more difficult for our cells and tissues to get enough oxygen, and impair their...

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Treat Hives (Urticaria) with Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture in Toronto

Hives, also called Urticaria, is one of the most common skin conditions affecting millions of people every year. Chinese Medicine has been effectively treating this condition for thousands of years with herbal formulas and acupuncture treatments....

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Manage Autoimmune Disorders with Chinese medicine Toronto

As healthcare professionals, we know how important it is to have a healthy immune system in Canada. Our immune system protects us from harmful pathogens and keeps us healthy. However, sometimes it can become overactive and attack our own cells and...

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Chinese medicine for Dyspareunia at Kampo Health Toronto

Dyspareunia is defined by genital pain that can be experienced before, during, or after intercourse. Primary dyspareunia pain starts at the beginning of sexual intercourse, while in secondary dyspareunia, pain begins after some time of pain-free...

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