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Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs help to regulate the discomfort of menopausal symptoms and help a patient balance herself with a new sense of well-being.
Acupuncture can help a woman transition through this time, holistically, as it regulates the whole body, systemically and helps a woman harmoniously adapt to change.
Chinese herbs can relieve a woman of signs and symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, irritability, memory loss, low back pain, digestive issues and restless sleep.
The endocrine system is a network of glands, which produce various hormones. The ovaries produce estrogen, the thyroid produces thyroxin, and the adrenals produce adrenaline, the pancreas produces insulin, etc. With menopause, hormones are still being produced, but at a slower rate. Since these hormones are responsible for various physical responses, such as diet, energy, blood sugar balancing, metabolism, libido, etc., women experience menopause as a major change in life.
To replace one hormone, such as progesterone, is to address some of these changes but just a small part. It doesn’t address the whole picture. There are also extreme side effects from these HRT’s such as breast, uterine and ovarian cancer.


MaryAnne Bachia is a licensed Acupuncturist and herbalist, currently working in the state of Colorado. MaryAnne specializes in working with Acupuncture and herbs and chronic diseases, such as lymes, cancer, parkinsons, chronic fatigues, metabolic issues and any digestive issues.

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