Acupuncture Provides Health and Wellness Along with Personalized Care that is unseen in the highly automated state of Allopathic Care. Holistic Health And Treatment Sustains Life Through Herbal Medicine and the Comprehensive and Close Attendance by a Highly Trained and Caring Acupuncturist Robert Hoffman N.C.C.A.O.M. Florida and Virginia.
At a time in America’s progressive health care history Acupuncture currently is currently being received warmly and receptively, a bright spot and shining light for those seeking personal and responsible natural-health-care. Used as Preventative Medicine, Acupuncture assists people natural innate healing skills, innate knowledge and wisdom. Acupuncture supports healing your personal issue. With guidance, acupunctures various treatments and herbal medicine helps to sustain long term health and wellness, while reducing or stopping the dis-ease process.
To maintain that health and wellness, ongoing support and care is provided on a personal needs basis as well as seasonal session work, timed with the four seasonal changes, acupuncture balances the mind body and spirit and strengthens immune system health. Acupuncture and herbal medicine excel in the reduction in stress, and is especially noted for improving nighttime sleep. It increases energy, promotes longevity and treats the body in a holistic and natural approach and continuously improves, heals and strengthens the path toward daily health improvement.
Acupuncture and other oriental healing treatments are an effective approach in the healing process of Chinese Medicine. Benefiting the body physically, emotionally and spiritually treatments are relaxing, immediately reducing the stress response in the body. Acupuncture treats as assortment of complaints like acute chronic and mysterious pain symptoms and stress. As well as digestive, gynecological, seasonal respiratory disorders and many other issues. The time taken to listen, advice and treat each person creates a personal and unique experience at each visit In most cases a thorough session is provided by treating the back and front sides (or both sides) of the patient in a single session. This helps create an even better “balance” and holistic body treatment, supporting efficient therapeutic experience with optimal results.
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The Triune Brain and the Water Element
The water element and the P.F.C.’s deep interconnected neurophysiology personify the alchemy between the physical and emotional component of living within community, and the complex internal essence and connections toward the “self.” Every conscious and unconscious thought or awareness is dealt with emotionally and physically at the same time; as psychosomatic and physiological response mechanisms. Hormones help the pre-frontal cortex(P.FC.) feed our thought process through neuropeptides that connect the body’s complex interaction of outside stimulus protecting the body from dis-ease).
Specifically, the P.F.C. helps our physical/emotional aspect of living in the moment in a community or the larger context, though it also subordinates individual behaviors within the cultures expected behaviors and prior costumes, which exist deep within our collective consciousness. In contrast, it supports the individual thoughts that thrive within that culture with their own personal approach, feelings and life long pursuits and goals.
The 2nd area is the mid-brain area, it covers the reticular brain system and is believed to hold key behaviors and responses. This area, combines the P.F.C. and the brain stem to forge the broad range of emotional connections used throughout everyday life.
The 3rd area is the brain stem. It stores survival mechanisms incorporated from very early primal evolutionary processes. It holds these survival mechanisms and exchanges that instinctual information upward to the P.F.C. and the reticular brain mechanisms which engage us to be playful, and to work well together. In turn the brain records your experience of life’s emotional up and downs and more basic flight or fight responses when you get into a stressful moment. And then recalls that information again and again, building on the last “successful” experience of not being put into danger, hurt, or killed.
The brain stem is heavily dependant on the P.F.C and another part of the brain called the cerebellum to help create the physical actions that keep the brain consistently in balance. The alchemy that exits within the brains physical and emotional component is held closely to the inherent connection of living within community. We could not survive alone in the world without other people. The complex internal essence and connections toward the self and other is the main key to how this complex circuitry of neurons we know as the brain coexist with outside forces.
Physiology and Spirituality; an Integration
The neurophysiology of the nervous system and the brain that commands that system can be fully integrated to include traditional oriental medicine (T.O.M.) Included here is an introduction to a broad view of brain physiology along with a description of 5 stages of thought including details of how thought interacts with the Eastern concept of brain-mind and Shen to alleviate symptoms and reduce disease states.
If thought could be temporarily paused and looked upon as one segment, it would manifest a full cycle through the 5 elements of T.O.M. Ideally, if it doesn’t complete the cycle, it falls into incomplete thought process which many contemporary therapies name as a source of dysfunction. Here are the 5 cycles of thought as process.
The Water element is seen as relating to the Will or willpower, The Wood element as the process of Decision, The Fire element is seen as relating to the creation of Action, The Earth element is related to Response, or the ability to respond and lastly the Metal element is used as a metaphor to help the reader comprehend thought as a process for the Creation of outcome, or actionable thought-full process… (the full work is currently in edit review.)
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