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Posted on 26 April, 2018 in Updates, Tips & Tricks

Are you functioning on all cylinders?

By Binns Rebecca

How are you feeling?

it is not often that we truly take the time to sit back and reflect on how we are feeling. When did you last think, wow I feel 100% or I am tired of feeling …lethargic, cranky… pain? Quite often all these underlying feelings are pushed to the side…I’ll get to it later, I’ll feel better tomorrow. What you may not realise is the impact that letting these things linger can have on you, your body, your outlook, your relationships and those around you.

  • Do you feel you are not functioning on all cylinders?
  • Do you want to have better control over your emotions?
  • Is your health and love life suffering due to hormonal imbalances?

The path to wellness.

Lots of different hormonal changes can bring about all sorts of problems and disease including fertility issues, period pain and irregularities, polycystic ovaries, menopause, declining libido, autoimmune disease, lack of energy and drive, mental illness, skin conditions, weight gain and the list goes on.

How to find your balance.

Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture is a natural option to help to stabilise these chemical imbalances as well as reduce the signs and symptoms associated with the disease or illness and prevent it from recurring.

Meet Aimee

Aimee is a Chinese medical practitioner who was trained in one of China’s specialist hospitals. She is available at 6S Physio in Mingara. Aimee will take the time to understand your symptoms and will provide a holistic treatment that will identify the root cause of your illness and provide you with strategies to get hold of your health and prevent the illness from reoccurring.

If you would like to find out more or would like to make an appointment, please call 6S Physio on 43889944 or email Aimee – [email protected]

www.naturalhealthav.com.au

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