Posts tagged: acupuncture Bellmore

The Effect of Acupuncture Bellmore to Health

The art of acupuncture started in China.  For Chinese acupuncturists, the potency of acupuncture originates from its inherent spirituality as well as the balance of energy that exists inside the body.  An energy imbalance inside a person will lead to weakness of body, sickness and pain.  Acupuncture uses filiform needles … Continue reading

Sunday September 2nd, 2012 in , , | Comments Off on The Effect of Acupuncture Bellmore to Health

Bellmore Acupuncture Treatment for Male Impotency

Bellmore Acupuncture is a very popular treatment for both male and female infertility.  Male virility can be likewise improved with a combination of herbs and acupuncture.  Virility is synonymous with male fertility and libido.  Unfortunately, the uses of chemicals that negatively affect the hormonal system of the male have led … Continue reading

Sunday May 27th, 2012 in , , | Comments Off on Bellmore Acupuncture Treatment for Male Impotency

Acupuncture Bellmore and Premature Ejaculation

Being a quite sensitive topic, few people are aware that the problem of premature ejaculation (PE) is the most commonly reported sexual complaint of men and couples.   The origin of PE is still undetermined.  PE usually is a complaint of younger inexperienced males but it can also be associated with … Continue reading

Saturday May 28th, 2011 in , , | Comments Off on Acupuncture Bellmore and Premature Ejaculation

Acupuncture Bellmore Treatment for Shingles

Acupuncture Bellmore is the most popular form of treatment for herpes zoster or shingles in China.  Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) believes that shingles is due to an imbalance or deficiency in the body.  Shingles usually affects older people who normally have deficient energy and younger ones who are relatively weak … Continue reading

Saturday March 26th, 2011 in , , | Comments Off on Acupuncture Bellmore Treatment for Shingles

Insomnia and Acupuncture Bellmore

Insomnia is defined as the chronic inability to sleep or remain asleep throughout the night that lasts more than one month in duration. According to many American clinics, approximately 10-15% of adults report chronic insomnia. It is recommended that adults receive at least 7-9 hours of sleep per night. Quality … Continue reading

Thursday December 30th, 2010 in , , | Comments Off on Insomnia and Acupuncture Bellmore