Improve your sleep this winter with a Master Oh energy treatment

How an energy treatment can transform your sleep

Let’s face it, there are few things in life more frustrating than being unable to sleep.

A night of restful sleep gives us mental clarity, physical energy and emotional stability as well as increasing our performance at work. It also gives us greater resilience to illness and maintains hormonal balance, which all ads up to helping us live longer, healthier, happier and more fulfilling lives.

I’m living a healthy lifestyle but I still feel tired

Many of my clients cannot understand why they still feel tired when they are living a healthy lifestyle.

Why do I feel tired all the time?

There can be many factors but our changing natural environment does not help.

Many people live in cities where food, water and air are of a low quality, which means they do not contain enough energy for our daily needs.

Is He Shou Wu (Fo-Ti) the new Matcha?

Matcha tea has seen a surge of followers due to its health benefits, such as reportedly enhancing metabolism, reducing stress, boosting the immune system and lowering cholesterol, as well as helping longer-term illnesses.

However, there is a little known herb in the West that can be enjoyed as ‘tea’ that is equally amazing. It is called He Shou Wu (also known as Fo-Ti) and is one of the most revered herbs in Asia due its extraordinary range of health-boosting properties.

The three main causes of energy blockages

This really is the time of year when we need to be nurturing ourselves both emotionally and physically, ensuring we maintain optimum health. Ironically, as the year starts anew, so many of us complain of feeling tired and ‘run down’, susceptible to coughs and colds and with depleted energy levels.

The physical causes of blocked energy

We spent some time in our last blog introducing the three main causes of energy blockages and promised that we would explore the causes of these in more detail. Today we are going to investigate energy blockages which have physical causes. For example, how our bodies react to certain situations such as stress, relationships, loss and bereavement, but also how we react to external blockages caused by toxins in food, environmental pollution and other chemicals.