TCM Health Report

Have you wondered why some people are more prone to falling sick than others? Why do some people feel that they are not at their best state of health although results from their health checks are within normal range? These people may be experiencing what is known as sub-health issues.

Sub-health issues are conditions that have not developed into diseases yet. These issues can manifest as a nagging pain at the neck, shoulder or back area due to prolonged hours in front of the computer, or stress-related ailments like chronic fatigue, headaches or poor quality of sleep.

Factors, both external and internal, can tip the scale of a healthy balance of your body. Sub-health issues can occur when this equilibrium is disturbed. Climate change is an example of what TCM consider as an external factor or pathogenic factor. Internal factors can be your emotional activities, diet and your body constitution. Whether your body constitution is strong or weak determines how susceptible you are in falling sick, the extent and the treatment principle to be used.

From the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) perspective, your body constitution can be broadly categorized into 10 types. In this one-to-one personal session with the physician, you can find out about your current dominant body constitution. Getting to know one’s body constitution is the first important step towards taking control of your own health. Eu Yan Sang Health Report includes lifestyle changing tips and simple recipes that can benefit your particular body constitution. The physician will be your personal guide to nurse yourself back to optimal wellness.

Eu Yan Sang TCM Health Report: $48*

* TCM Health Report is only available at all our clinics on selected days, please call the respective clinics to check on availability and book an appointment.

Additional consultation charge applies at our TCM Centre and Premier TCM Centre.


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