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Dao Clinic - Dog too tired to sleep entirely in his basket


Fatigue is a pervasive feeling of tiredness or exhaustion that can be physical, mental, or both. It can result from various factors, such as stress, overwork, lack of sleep, poor nutrition, or underlying medical conditions. Fatigue can negatively impact daily functioning, productivity, and overall well-being.

In Chinese medicine, fatigue is seen as an imbalance in the body's energy. Fatigue may arise from deficiencies in the Qi or blood, as well as imbalances between the Yin (restorative, calming) and Yang (active, energizing) energies in the body.

Chinese medicine practitioners aim to restore balance and alleviate fatigue by addressing the root cause of the disharmony.

Treatment methods include:

  1. Acupuncture: By inserting thin needles into specific points along the meridians, acupuncture can stimulate the flow of Qi, enhancing energy levels and promoting relaxation.

  2. Herbal remedies: Chinese herbal formulas, tailored to each individual's needs, help to nourish Qi, blood, Yin, or Yang, and support the body's self-healing

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