Does your migraine make you feel isolated or overwhelmed with the sense that no one understands?
Migraine is often a silent and invisible intruder that within moments can render us feeling powerless. The way migraines show up for people is different. Some might experience intense pain and a need for cool dark quiet places. Some have intense photosensitivity, others may see auras or experience salt and pepper vision. Some experience nausea and vomiting. Migraines are no fun and often keep us from enjoying daily activities with family or being able to show up in the way we desire at work.
Acupuncture and Chinese herbs can help with symptoms of migraine as well as addressing underlying conditions that may be impacting susceptibility to migraines.
If you experience pain from migraines or know someone who has migraines, consider acupuncture and Chinese medicine as an option for regaining your sense of power from migraines. If you have questions or want to discuss your experience with migraines, do not hesitate to schedule a complimentary consultation. Sometimes looking at things from a totally new perspective can help to shift our experience. Initiating a deeper conversation with the body through acupuncture often has lasting impact.
Now is the time to reclaim your power and step forward on your path of wellness! At Natural Rhythms Integrative Medicine, we are here to support you!
Meet Emily Paul:
Emily Paul, EAMP, LAc, has been practicing acupuncture since January 2013. Born in Iowa and raised in Minnesota, Emily has lived in Sweden, Jamaica, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and now Seattle for almost eight years. In addition to seeing clients at Natural Rhythms Integrative Medicine, Emily is the founder and owner of Aum Holistic Healing Arts in Wallingford, Seattle.
In Emily’s words, “Acupuncture is a way to connect with individuals wherever they’re at on their journey and to be able to support their path of finding greater health and well-being. When we’re pain-free, and when we aren’t burdened by anxiety or depression, we respond differently to the world. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine help to remove or lessen some of those obstacles so that an individual can really thrive.”