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How to Nourish your Liver this Spring

Here at Haynes Acupuncture Gold Coast we like to think, eat and live by the seasons. In Spring, we take a look at how we can best support our bodies. In Chinese medicine, Liver is the Yin organ and the Gallbladder is the Yang organ. Often there is an increase in irritability, anxiety and depression throughout spring and with anger being the emotion of the liver, it is wise to do what we can to nourish it and therefore avoid qi (energy)

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Winter tips to keep you healthy!

Acupuncture during winter is one of the best ways you can boost your immune system during the colder months here on the Gold Coast. The ancient Chinese believed that human beings should live in harmony with the natural cycles of their environment. The cold and darkness of winter urges us to slow down. This is the time of year to reflect on our health, replenish our energy and conserve our strength. Winter represents the most Yin (female) aspect in Chinese

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Seasonal Flares

Feel as though you have been going so well and then all these symptoms have come back out of nowhere? In Chinese medicine, autumn is the ‘hinge’ between summer and winter! With the change in season, we often see what we call ‘flares’, this can an exacerbation of your symptoms that are usually kept at bay. It is a time when the body must continually adapt to change, from opening the pores to allow sweating, to closing them to protect

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Acupuncture as Self Care

Have you ever wondered what is really involved in your acupuncture treatment? Here at Haynes Acupuncture Gold Coast, our qualified acupuncturists practice a style of traditional medicine based on more than 2,500 years of Chinese medical practice. Within acupuncture care, self-care advice is not seen as an ‘add-on’ but rather as an integral and interactive component of a theory-based complex intervention. Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the conceptual framework of yin-yang theory, or the “balance” of opposites.  Within this medicine system,

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Summer – the Season of Abundance

Here at Haynes Acupuncture Gold Coast our qualified acupuncturists practice a style of traditional medicine based on more than 2,500 years of Chinese medical practice. A fundamental belief of Chinese medicine is that it’’s better to take steps to preserve and enhance your wellbeing everyday, than to think about your health only when you’’re sick, this is particularly relevant to seasonal changes! It’s finally summer! Time for BBQ's, farmers markets, outdoor concerts and hitting the beach. Summer in Traditional Chinese Medicine

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Food for the Seasons

Here at Haynes Acupuncture Gold Coast we share with you our views on eating with the seasons. Quite often we are perplexed about what food is in season or when we should be eating different foods. We can go to the grocery store and get just about anything all year round! Food, when eaten during the season it grows in, is most beneficial for digestion and healthier nutrition wise. In the middle of summer, you wouldn't sit down to eat

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Love your liver this spring!

Our main mission at Haynes Acupuncture on the Gold Coast is to restore all patients to full health, whether that is physically, mentally or emotionally. The clinic offers a treatment of the whole person, taking the time to establish the cause of specific problems or uncertainties then developing a step-by-step plan to help you. Spring is well and truly here and all over the place we're switching up our clothes, amping up our exercise programs and lightening our diets. According to

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Blood Building in Winter with Chinese Medicine

In Chinese medicine, Qi (vital force) and Blood are always connected. Qi moves the Blood and Blood nourishes the organs that produce Qi. If you are feeling cold or have painful joints or muscles, this could be a Blood deficiency, as Blood moistens and warms the body and its tissues in Chinese medicine. Why is it important in Winter? Blood holds heat in the body and therefore, in winter when we are feeling particularly cold, especially in our extremities, this

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