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After breast cancer, acupuncture is effective at treating hot flushes

Hot flushes are the most common symptom of the menopause and not all women will experience hot flushes going through the menopause, but most do. Three out of every four menopausal women have hot flushes. They’re characterised by a sudden feeling of heat which seems to come from nowhere and spreads through your body. They can include sweating, palpitations, and a red flush (blushing), which vary in severity from woman to woman.
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Acupuncture and Moxabustion for Breech Birth

Moxa brings energy in to the Foot Taiyang (Greater Yang) Meridian (often called the Urinary Bladder Channel (UB)) at the point where the Foot Taiyang meets the Foot Shaoyin (Lesser Yin) Meridian connect, helping to regulate and tonify Qi. If the Qi is not sufficient or is exhausted will be difficult to maintain the fetus in the correct position as the foetus requires both Shaoyin Qi and Taiyang Qi.
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