Is STRESS the root of your health problems?

Do you experience any of the following? Sleep issues, digestive issues, constantly feeling like everything is urgent, tension headaches, low energy, anxiety, irritability, sugar cravings, or overeating.

These could be our body’s warning system that we are out of balance and stress could be the driver.

We live a fast-paced life, and everyone needs your attention immediately. A certain amount of stress is normal and necessary. But unending deadlines and challenges start to wear you down.

Take the reins back! Make simple steps to help your body process the never-ending tasks and commitments.

relaxing in a tub

Relax & Unwind

Take an oatmeal or Epsom salt bath. Listen to relaxing music. Have a cup of herbal tea or a relaxing beverage. Sit back and let the stress of your day literally wash away. Even if it is only 10 minutes, that is time you get to let go.





Relaxing outdoors reducing stress Go Out In Nature

Deep breathing for 10 minutes, read, listen to a meditation, go for a walk out in nature. Being outdoors, getting sunshine on your face, grounding yourself with the Earth, all of these things bring back balance.



relaxing acupuncture treatmentGet Regular Acupuncture Treatments

Acupuncture treats the whole body. With every treatment, endorphins are released so relaxation is usually a beneficial side effect. We are all in need of balancing. Acupuncture restores your rhythmic flow of blood & energy throughout your body. After asking questions and listening to your issues, an Acupuncturist finds your root issue and treats that along with the symptoms you are having that day. It is personalized medicine.

Every treatment is based on your individual needs & focused on YOU!



Food as Medicine Herbal Therapy

Nature provides everything we need. Ashwagandha is an adaptogen and can help you cope with stress. Astragalus is great at boosting your immune system. Pumpkin seeds & black beans are a great sources for Magnesium. Niacin (Vitamin B3) is a great DNA repairer, this can be found in chicken and portabella mushrooms. Vitamin C is needed in greater quantities when we are stressed. You can get yours from red bell peppers, kiwi, and broccoli.