Denver Acupuncture + Holistic Blog
Did you know that Magnesium (Mg) is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body? Further, did you know that there are nearly a dozen different types of magnesium? Each of them has a different function and is good for your health in different ways.
Your digestion plays a vital role in keeping you healthy. Stomach issues are not only uncomfortable and inconvenient, they can also negatively affect your mood, your energy, and even your immune system.
The saying “great skin starts from the inside out” is true, especially when it comes to Chinese face mapping! In this post, we will learn how Chinese face mapping can help treat acne, uneven redness or textures, rashes, and skin dryness.
Issues with pain and fertility can be very frustrating to treat. Some find relief and help in acupuncture—an important pillar of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Research is being carried out on a treatment called electroacupuncture, and results suggest that it’s helpful for pain treatment, nausea relief, fertility, and even inducing labor. So, let’s start at the beginning: what is electroacupuncture?
LED lights are also being used on a micro-level to help with skin. Whether you are trying to get rid of acne or fine lines, we have the tools to help. Wellnest is excited to offer anti-aging LED light therapy as well as anti-acne LED light therapy to help keep your face fresh and vibrant-looking.
PCOS is a complex hormonal and/or metabolic disorder that affects between 5 to 10 percent of women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS can suffer from self esteem issues due to weight gain, acne, and thinning hair. Others experience troublesome periods and pelvic pain. Many women frequently find it difficult to get pregnant. At Wellnest, we can help you balance your hormones, regulate menses, increase your fertility, and much more!
Gua Sha facials use a rose quartz or jade (you wanted Instagrammable, right?) The stone is lightly scraped over the skin in upward strokes to relax stiff muscles, boost circulation to facial tissue, and promote the excretion of toxins through lymphatic drainage. All of these benefits lead to brighter and healthier looking skin
Traditional Chinese medicine seeks to understand the root causes of weight gain. There is no one-size-fits-all treatment; instead, this approach looks to identify, then base treatment on each patient’s unique Chinese medical patterns. Weight gain usually involves more than one pattern, making treatment even more individualized.
An often forgotten population within our healthcare system is our veterans. They put their lives on the line across the world and regularly return home to less-than-stellar healthcare provisions. The VA offices are not the same in every place and don’t provide consistent care. Sometimes they just prescribe pills for veterans to deal with their pain. This is where battlefield acupuncture has been studied: for upon their return, our soldiers often benefit from this technique.