Hey everyone, When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, research shows that fewer than 10% keep their goals for more than a few months. If you’re one of those people, it is by no means because you aren’t good enough. It’s because reaching new goals requires building new habits, and habit-forming is difficult. However, reaching … Read moreNew Year, New Habits
Acupuncture isn’t always directed toward a particular disease or condition. It works by activating the body’s self-healing ability, which I explained briefly in a previous blog (https://www.gloyeskeacupuncturepointe.com/acupuncture-for-pain/). This is why acupuncture can address everything from irritable bowel syndrome to back pain to the side effects of chemotherapy. It’s a very broad medicine. When you get … Read moreAcupuncture Treats the Whole Body
Turmeric is the most widely recognized, researched, and commonly used medicinal spice. Few medicinal plants possess its breadth of qualities and healing uses. For over 4,000 years turmeric, or the “spice of life,” as it is affectionately called, has been woven into the very fabric of Indian, Tibetan, Bhutanese, and Chinese Medicine. It is used … Read moreThe Benefits of Turmeric
Hippocrates: “All disease begins in the gut.” Gluten is a controversial topic these days. To cut to the chase, gluten can affect nearly every tissue in the body, including the brain, skin, endocrine system, stomach, liver, blood vessels, smooth muscles, and even the nuclei of cells. What is it? It’s one of several proteins that … Read moreAll About Gluten
Sugar…That word that sounds the alarm to the majority of people. “We need it to survive…No, we don’t need it…go keto…go vegan…blah, blah, blah.” I want to clear up some confusion in this blog about sugar and why it’s a good idea to limit the amount of sugar we consume in our diets. To be … Read moreSugar & Inflammation
Depression. This D-Word typically has a negative connotation associated with it. Many people feel labeled, defensive, or insulted if someone even begins to discuss the possibility of him or her being depressed, whether it’s a friend, family member, or medical professional. Depression is the persistent feeling of sadness or loss of interest, which could vary … Read moreThoughts on Depression
To the community, After looking at the published facts, research and contemplating the nature of COVID-19, I am taking a precautionary measure to close for the next 2 weeks. I plan on starting back up on Saturday, 3/28. I recommend you to refer to coronavirus.ohio.gov to learn more about COVID-19. The virus and disease is changing … Read moreCOVID-19 Update
I get asked the question, “How often should I get treated?” every single week. I , more often than not, answer the question with getting treated in the range of once per week to once per month or “as needed”. But, it depends. I think anything in that range is beneficial to keep the body … Read moreAcupuncture: How Many Visits?
Many people are looking for relief from chronic pain these days. There are so many types of treatments and practitioners out there, but the longest standing method to this day is acupuncture. At the office or out-and-about, the most common question I get asked is, “What do you treat?”. I would guess around 80-85% of … Read moreAcupuncture for Pain
Connect deeply to a spirit of gratitude in this yoga & acupuncture-enhanced experience. The perfect way to prepare your body, mind, and spirit for the hustle and bustle of the upcoming holidays. Register online!