Invisible in Taiwan: Living in Taipei with Chronic Illness – What it’s like to live in Taipei and New Taipei with chronic illness and mobility challenges.
Alternative Treatments to Chronic Illness: Do They Work? Here are the alternative treatments I’ve tried that did not work to alleviate my disease symptoms.
Jinshin Jyutsu for Fibromyalgia and MEC – Jinshin Jyutsu is a style of acupressure that involves the application of the hands for balancing energy in the body.
One of the biggest challenges with chronic illness is learning how to live with limitations. These limitations range from small to severe disruptions that leave people housebound.
A Canadian expat’s experience of using acupuncture and Chinese medicine in Taiwan to help with pain/inflammation from Ankylosing Spondylitis.
Taiwan hot springs offer some of the best hot spring bathing in the world. There are over 100 hot natural hot springs on this tiny island in the Pacific.
Yang Ming Mountain has remained a first choice getaway for city residents and tourists looking for a different Taiwan hot springs experience.
My thoughts on trying Essence of Chicken for the first time. This was suggested to me by a local person who thought it make me feel better.
Traditional Chinese Medicine: Dr. Tzu demonstrated a scraping method called Gua Sha. Its principles are similar to those of cupping and has similar effects on the body.
My experience with Traditional Chinese Medicine in Taiwan. Cupping is used to bring blood flow to the muscles and skin, which effectively drain excess fluid and toxins from deep connective tissues.