In this day and age, when COVID is upon us, our much longed-for exotic and exciting holidays are a thing of the past (or very distant future), we all still need to find ways to relax, renew & rejuvenate to deal with the stresses of our everyday life. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is one of our best loved ways!
Acupuncture is one of the oldest traditional forms of natural medicine in the world today. The ancient practice of acupuncture started in China approximately 3000 years ago.
In women’s reproductive health, the age of 35 seems to be rather significant. A ‘ripe old age’, if you will. It’s the number after which women are medically referred to as geriatric mothers and it’s long been considered as the age for a woman to be faced with a fertility cliff.
Research estimates about 60% of couples between 35 and 39 will conceive without assisted reproductive technology, but generally becoming pregnant will take longer than couples who are younger.