In Traditional Chinese Medicine, summer is considered the season of abundance. In other words, it’s the time of the year when energy is at its highest, and the extra hours of daylight give us more time to do the outdoor activities that we enjoy. With the transition from one season to the next, acupuncture is a self-care activity to consider adding to your routine. Here’s why:
It reduces stress and can help you feel more relaxed
It’s a natural way to manage pain
It can promote a longer, healthier life
It’s great for your skin
Acupuncture isn’t just a treatment that is beneficial in the summer. It has benefits year-round and is used to treat symptoms of many ailments. If you want to learn more about how acupuncture can help you, contact us today!