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Can you use Chinese medicine effectively for anxiety disorder help?

Posted Apr 01 2009 2:52pm
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Even in the Western world, Eastern medicine has found its place in treating certain ailments and conditions.  Chinese medicine in particular is popular with various herbal formulations being sold not only in oriental drugstores but in mainstream retails stores and pharmacies as well.  One particular segment of the market that is served by Chinese medicine is those who are looking for anxiety disorder help.

Anxiety disorders are usually concerned with psychological roots and occasionally hormonal or chemical imbalances.  Chinese medicine is effective in providing anxiety disorder help owing to its spiritual roots and relaxation benefits. As an anxiety disorder help, Chinese medicine serves to counteract the negative energies that are thought to be the cause of anxiety.  These treatments include either or a combination of herbal medication and acupuncture therapy.

Several herbs are usually combined in formulations that are known to ease anxiety, stress and other ailments.  Among those herbs that are combined in Chinese medicine to treat anxiety disorders include Polygonum Root, Ginseng, Licorice Root, Duanwood Reishi, Jujube Date, Dang Gui Root, Cynomorium Herb, Rehmannia Root, and Polyrachis Ant.  These herbal treatments usually come in pills, tea bags, powders, and tonics among others.

Chinese accupuncture is also an acceptable way of treating anxiety disorders.  Western doctors have been known to recommend acupuncture as an alternative treatment method not only for anxiety disorders but other ailments as well.  Acupuncture therapy is all natural and safe if performed by trained therapists.  This particular treatment has been practiced since ancient times to keep Qi or energy moving in a smooth and balance manner through the meridians or channels under our skin.  Anxiety, stress, anger, fear, grief, infections, and trauma are among those that are addressed by acupunture therapy.

So you can see now that Chinese medicine has its place with helping with  anxiety disorder.

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