Sub-Health

If you constantly feel weak, are prone to symptoms such as migraine, sudden weight changes, painful menstrual cramps, but your medical reports indicate that you do not have any serious ailments, you may be in a state known as “Sub-health”.

Sub-health (or suboptimal health status) is not an illness in itself, but it still affects a person’s quality of life. TCM treatments are effective as a means of restoring health to optimal levels by treating the symptoms and fortifying your body on a holistic level. Find out more about some of the common sub-health areas that can be treated with TCM.

Women's Health

From PMS to fertility to menopause, female hormones can greatly affect a woman’s wellbeing at different life stages. Stress, anxiety, and poor dietary and lifestyle habits can result in hormonal imbalances and affect your mood and energy levels. Thomson Chinese Medicine has a host of health plans to address these issues and help you handle the challenges of life with vitality, grace and confidence. The following conditions can be effectively resolved through TCM treatments:

Skin

Skin-related issues can be a real nuisance and may affect a person’s confidence in social settings. When skin problems are a result of internal imbalances, TCM treatments target the underlying issues to clear up the surface manifestations. Once your body’s balance is restored, skin problems can also be kept at bay for longer periods. Some skin conditions that can be improved with TCM treatments include:

  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Hives
  • Sores

Sleep

Poor sleeping patterns can happen to people of all age groups, and it often comes with irritability, exhaustion, muscle stiffness, impaired cognitive functions and other health problems. With a thorough examination, your physician can determine the root cause of your sleep-related issues and treat it accordingly with acupuncture and/or Chinese medicine.

Digestion

Digestive ailments like irritable bowel syndrome, reflux, bloating, and constipation are increasingly prevalent due to stress, sedentary lifestyle, and poor diet choices. These ailments are often chronic and recurring. Your physician will do a consultation and examination to identify patterns and syndromes of your digestive issues. These will then be treated with the use of prescribed Chinese herbal medicine and/or acupuncture. Patients can often see remarkable results within a short time by following the treatment and abiding by the physician’s advice on making lifestyle adjustments.

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