Digestion is something many of us think about, but few of us talk about because we feel embarrassed about some of the symptoms. Still, over 51 million doctors visits each year are for digestive complaints in the United States, and we spend over $141 billion annually on care for digestive diseases!
Western medicine has some highly effective pharmaceuticals for dealing with digestive disorders, especially inflammatory bowel conditions, but what if you don’t want to take pills to treat poor digestion or an intestinal issue? What are your other options? How can you improve your digestion in general regardless?
Here is a short list of things you can do today to improve your digestion tomorrow, and some further information about natural medicine and the benefits of acupuncture for digestion that I hope will inspire you to learn more.
How to Improve Your Digestion Today
Good digestion may seem elusive to many of us in the United States, but a few simples steps can go a long way towards improving digestion as a whole. And by “improving” I mean the following:
Interested in Learning More?
The benefits of Acupuncture are quite broad, but more than anything, Acupuncture is about improving your quality of life. Better digestion, better sleep, less pain, more emotional stability and improved stress recovery - Acupuncture can actually help you achieve all of these things through treatment, assessment, and by supporting healthy lifestyle changes.
Your friendly neighborhood Acupuncturist isn’t just someone who sticks pins in people and does wu wu stuff, they’re someone who is highly trained in the art of medicine as well as the science, and who is dedicated to helping you achieve your goals through the best means necessary for you. If you want to know more, please read through my website and blog or contact me via email anytime. You can also book appointments 24/7 online - I hope to hear from you soon!
Yours in Health,
Rebecca M H Kitzerow is a Licensed Acupuncturist practicing in La Center, Washington. With over a decade of experience she has won 10 Nattie consumer choice awards from Natural Awakenings Magazine since 2014.