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Wellness insights from Acupuncture Center of NJ, providing holistic complementary mind-body-heart-healing since 1986, in Morristown, NJ!

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First Time Acupuncture Patients FAQs

Peter Kadar

“When you share your experiences with acupuncture with family and friends you probably get asked a lot of questions. Here are some FAQs that will help support them into trying acupuncture and enjoying positive benefits. With summer ending and fall just around the corner, many of us look once again to organizing and optimizing our lives. This makes sense in Chinese medicine, as fall is associated with the metal element. The metal element is associated with organization and making choices based on value and purpose. This includes how to make changes to support our health and vitality.

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To Flu Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate? ‘Tis the Question for This Time of Year

Peter Kadar

Many of my acupuncture patients ask if I recommend they get a flu or shingles vaccination in the fall or winter. There’s a lot of contradictory and confusing information regarding the flu shot and its effectiveness and safety so I’m including these articles that I hope will make it easier for you to make the choice that’s right for you...

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“But I’m Scared of the Needles!" How We Reassure New Acupuncture Patients

Peter Kadar

One thing I get asked when seeing a patient for the first time or when I meet people and tell them what I do is the question "do the needles hurt?" Many people tell me they’re really interested in trying acupuncture but they have a great fear of needles and think it may hurt like a hypodermic injection.

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Meeting His Holiness, the Dalia Lama in India

Peter Kadar

Dr. Peter Kadar and Lisa Brick, had the privilege of attending a public lecture by His Holiness, the Dalai Lama in New Delhi, India. Their son-in-law Akshat had participated in a 2-day teaching for young people and got us a pass for this lecture. Read more about the wisdom he passed onto us from this meeting, enjoy and Namaste from India.

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Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine for Cold and Flu

Peter Kadar

Between December and March there are waves of infection passed between family members and co-workers. We all know the common symptoms – alternating fever and chills, sinus congestion, coughing, headaches and sore throats, body aches and fatigue. We encourage our acupuncture patients to come in for acupuncture treatment and for safe, effective and natural Chinese herbal formulas that can significantly reduce the period of suffering and eliminate the need for harsher drugs like antibiotics and decongestants.

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Vegetarian French Onion Miso Soup - Recipe

Peter Kadar

Celebrate the holidays with this vegetarian french onion soup with miso paste. "Here's my recipe for a lovely warming soup we will be making for our small Thanksgiving dinner for 26 people from ages 3 to 96!" ~ Dr. Peter Kadar + Lisa Brick. Celebrate gratitude!

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 Angela's Journey from Insomnia to a Full Night’s Sleep

Peter Kadar

Angela walked into the Acupuncture Center of New jersey in Morristown, NJ three months ago feeling very tired, hopeless and frustrated, and was skeptical if acupuncture would be able to help. But, she had run out of options and came to The Acupuncture Center as the last option. Read more about how our treatments helped her rest easily!

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Acupuncturists Without Borders

Peter Kadar

Acupuncture Without Borders, protocol consists of several acupuncture techniques that utilize auricular or ear acupuncture that stimulates the regions of the brain to create more neurotransmitters that are very effective for coping with pain, stress, fatigue and trauma that are inevitable for people who have seen their homes destroyed, loved ones killed or injured, and cultures and traditions uprooted.

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Lucy's Fertility Success Story with Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs + Nutritional Supplements

Peter Kadar

At the Acupuncture Center of NJ, we support women to increase chances for a natural conception. I met with Lucy and after a lengthy intake and examination, including the traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) diagnostic methods of feeling the pulse, looking at the tongue, palpating acupuncture meridians and assessing her emotional state I understood that Lucy needed nourishment for her Yin or essence,  support for her vital energy or Qi, and more free movement of her blood. In acupuncture and TCM practice these substances are essential to promote follicular development or fertile eggs.

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Meditation: A Beginner’s Story

Peter Kadar

I have been contemplating doing meditation for years. Yes I said years!  Patients of mine do it, friends do it, yet I have been resistant to trying it for fear of not being good at it. I have a slight fear of failure and sometimes it holds me back from trying new things. Well, up until recently that is. Something finally came over me and  I decided that I really and truly have nothing to lose here.

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East Meets West - My Travels In India

Peter Kadar

At the Acupuncture Center of New Jersey we integrate several of these healing traditions and practices and bring them into context with our understanding of our patient’s health concerns and experiences with conventional medicine.

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The Joys and Health Benefits of Gardening

Peter Kadar

As the weather gets warm I see more and more people start their annual outdoor gardening. It is fun and rewarding to plant flowers for beauty and vegetable plants for tasty, fresh nutrition. Herbs for cooking and health benefits can also be planted and will provide medicinal benefits and flavor in the months ahead.

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Allergies - Spring is in the Air

Peter Kadar

Spring is in the air!  This brings a nice warm breeze, plenty of sunshine and allergies.  By applying these tips to your daily routine along with acupuncture, this allergy season should be a pleasant one.

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For Our Aging Population - Acupuncture + Chinese Medicine

Peter Kadar

We've treated many aged and very aged patients with these and other problems and most have responded very well. Chronic problems do not go away or get “healed”.

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Nurturing a Positive Attitude in 2016

Peter Kadar

As an acupuncturist I often treat patients with the following pattern: negativity leads to manifestations such as insomnia, anger, depression, and anxiety. The liver gets constrained which leads to irritation and anger; the heart will then disturb the Shen or spirit and creates scattered thoughts, anxiety, or depression.

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Sane Monkey ∞ How to Stay Curious + Balanced in 2016

Peter Kadar

Chinese New Year and Infomagical Challenge: How to remain curious, active and sane! This weekend we are leaping into another Chinese New Year: The Year of Monkey.

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