Cheryl Wee talks about her juggling act as a new mum and entrepreneur, and managing her self-care with TCM at Eu Yan Sang Clinic.
To say Cheryl Wee leads a busy lifestyle is an understatement. Between taking care of her child to managing her own business, we wonder how this mumpreneur finds time for self-care. She shares her motherhood journey and chats about introducing Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) into her life with visits to Eu Yan Sang Clinic to help boost her wellbeing.
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Posted by Honeycombers on Wednesday, 9 January 2019
Quality TCM at Eu Yan Sang
We’ve all heard that prevention is better than cure. Not only does TCM help with treating symptoms, it also has a focus on preventative care. TCM involves an in-depth analysis of your body’s composition in order to find the optimal balance that keeps you in the pink of health. It is believed that chronic health issues and ailments are a result of imbalances in your body. To address them, practitioners will prescribe herbal treatments that are tailored to you – because Eu Yan Sang believes that there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
And you can bet that you’re getting only the best at Eu Yan Sang. This is the only TCM business with a medical board and ensures the quality and appropriateness of the services provided, including clinic practices and audits as well as endorsing the employment of qualified practitioners.
Alternative therapy for wellness
We all know how important sleep is for our health (and waking up from an amazing snooze has got to be one of the best feelings ever!). When Cheryl faced issues with her sleep, she discovered acupuncture and the rest, as they say, is history.
Acupuncture works by stimulating certain pressure points in our body, which helps with insomnia, pain management and other issues. And don’t be scared off by the mental image of having multiple needles on your skin, this form of alternative therapy is relatively painless. As Cheryl puts it, it’s comparable to ant bites.
Other treatments at Eu Yan Sang include cupping (which helps with the body’s flow of ‘Qi’), and even needless acupuncture (don’t worry about them needles!).
Here’s a special offer for you: get a consultation and body or facial acupuncture for $48 nett. (Valid until 31 Dec 2019 for new and existing patients whose visit was more than 12 months ago.) More information on Eu Yan Sang’s website.
This story is in partnership with Eu Yan Sang Clinic.