SSRI’s. Anemia. Cancer. Gestational diabetes. Hyperthyroid, hypothyroid and more. Balancing Point 6.2.11

SSRI’s and antidepressants.  NSAIDS and cardiovascular risk.  Vegetarian and vegan diets, Hydrochloric acid function, anemia.  Preparing the body for pregnancy.  Cancer and chemotherapy support. Help with nausea, neuropathy in hands and feet, quality of life and pain.  Effective herb for pain management.  Study looking at nutrition and metabolic syndrome (combination of blood sugar problems, diabetes, cholesterol problems, high blood pressure, obesity). Nutritional advice for gestational diabetes.  SSRI’s linked to ovarian and breast cancers. Natural therapies to shift depression. Treating low energy with herbal therapies. Thyroid. Symptoms of hyperthyroid, increased sweating, rapid heartbeat, weight loss, anxiety, high blood pressure, increased appetite, high blood pressure. Hypothyroid symptoms, changes in voice, yin yang imbalance, slow speech, puffy face, sensitive to cold, weight gain, depression, dry hair, constipation.  Hyperthyroid responds more to acupuncture and hypothyroid responds more to herbal medicine.  Major herbal formulas to treat depression.  TCM terminology”rectify the qi” and  “phlegm damp stagnation.”   Small amounts of exersise can improve blood sugars.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming.

The Balancing Point health radio talk show about Traditional Chinese Medicine, supplements, nutrition, and more.  Host Dr. John Nieters, acupuncturist and health educator.  www.thebalancingpoint.net

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