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Category: Managing Anxiety

3 Tips To Manage Anxiety

Today I have a special guest blogger, my mom! Dr. Linda Edelstein, a clinical psychologist for over 30 years, and author of several books. With the intense political climate and widespread financial mess, I think that these are appropriate times to think about managing anxiety. Whether our worries are global or close to home, such: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on March 20, 2017

Anxious? Acupuncture Can Provide Relief

Do you have anxiety? Acupuncture can help, it takes the connection between the body and mind into consideration. Chinese medicine is practiced with the belief that imbalances in the body can cause anger, fear, sadness, joy and worry, these emotions can cause harm to the body over time. Acupuncture has the potential to affect serotonin: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on January 30, 2014

Acupuncture, Anxiety and Memory

Anyone who has ever experienced a situation of high anxiety (think public speaking, important test, new social situation) knows that memory slips away. The answers to the test disappear, people’s names fade, and memorized speeches are forgotten. As anxiety goes up, memory goes down. A new study has reported that acupuncture can help memory in: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on December 23, 2011

Trick or Treat: The Housewives of Beverly Hills

This week’s focus of Real Housewife bloggers is the feud between Brandi and Kyle but, I’m looking at the show differently and have a question for all of you – which “housewife” should stop by my Chicago acupuncture office for treatment? The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has several women on the show who could: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on October 30, 2011

Learning the Truth; Elin Nordegrin

Another compelling post from my favorite blogger (my mom : ) Linda Edelstein P.h.d., be sure to check out her new website and blog. Reading an except from People magazine’s interview with Elin Nordegren, Tiger Woods’s ex-wife, I was reminded of a dynamic that people often talk about in therapy after they have been surprised: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on August 25, 2010

U.S. Department of Defense Gives $1.2 Million Grant To The New England School Of Acupuncture For Research

Great News From Acufinder.com $1.2 Million Grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to Study AcupunctureBy: New England School of Acupuncture NEWTON, MA (June 23, 2010) – The New England School of Acupuncture (NESA) is the recipient of a $1.2 million U.S. Department of Defense grant to fund a first-of-its-kind clinical trial: the Effectiveness of: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on July 5, 2010

Dental Patients Are Calmed By Acupuncture

The LA Times is on point again! The paper recently reported on a new study about acupuncture, here it is. Acupuncture can calm anxious dental patients, study finds “If you’re the type who gets anxious about visiting the dentist, you might think the last thing you’d want would be a bunch of extra needles. Apparently,: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on April 5, 2010

10 Posts For Stressed Out Parents

This was my last post of 2009 for the blog Hopeful Parents. I thought some of the readers here might enjoy it, let me know what you think. I went back through my blog and selected the 10 posts that I believe will be useful to the readers of Hopeful Parents. I wish all of: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on December 18, 2009

10 Practical, Easy, Activities to Balance Your Qi

1. Breath through your nose. Yes, the beginning can be that simple! Breathing through your nose increases your intake of nitric oxide. Nitric Oxide causes your blood vessels to relax and to widen, thereby opening up your arteries. This decreases your blood pressure, allows better blood flow to your heart and other important organs. To: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on June 26, 2009

Patients 'Healthier' After Complementary Medicine

This press release is from Healthcare Republic 17-Feb-09 Integrating complementary and conventional medicine significantly improved the health of 65% of patients, according to a Northern Ireland study. The study found that half the GPs involved said they had been able to reduce prescribed medication and the same number that their patients needed less frequent referral: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on February 24, 2009
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