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Podcast – Diet and Insomnia

Erik Jackson, Lic. Ac. No Comments

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Below is the transcript from this podcast.



The medical information on this podcast is provided as an information resource only and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. This information should not be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis or treatment.

Please consult your health care provider, or contact Changing Elements Acupuncture and Herbs, before making any healthcare decisions or purchases.

Hello, and welcome to Changing Health Acupuncture Radio where we talk about living healthy in today’s world. I am honored that you are giving your time today to learn more about your health, and I hope that I can provide some answers for you. My name is Erik Jackson, I am a licensed acupuncturist in Texas, and I look forward to presenting you with some information over our time here today.

I hope that all of you are staying safe and dry with all the rain that has been going on, or snow considering where some of you are. I know I was thinking that it might be time to invest in a boat considering how the streets have been looking—which is rather interesting because just two years ago I was living in a drought in my area.

So, today I want to address two topics which a number of people have been complaining about. Firstly I want to give some information on dietary planning and then I will speak a bit on insomnia. Now both of these topics tie into one of my focuses, which is fatigue; and, as I have stated before, fatigue can be caused by a dysfunction of bodily processes, or a failure to get adequate sleep. Your body depends on proper nutrition to run effectively yet good information about the right nutrition is had to come by. Read More

Podcast – Mental Stress Management and Stoicism

Erik Jackson, Lic. Ac. No Comments

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Below is the transcript from this podcast.



The medical information on this podcast is provided as an information resource only and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. This information should not be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis or treatment.

Please consult with your health care provider, or contact Changing Elements Acupuncture and Herbs, before making any healthcare decisions or purchases.

Hello, and welcome to Changing Health Acupuncture Radio where we talk about living healthy in today’s world. I am honored that you are giving of your time today to learn more about your health, and I hope that I can provide some answers for you. My name is Erik Jackson, I am a licensed acupuncturist in Texas, and I look forward to presenting you with some information over the next twenty minutes or so.

By the time this podcast airs I will have been at the second Denton Community Market day and have done my first Qigong workshop so if you came to either of those, thank you. Thank you also to those who were at my talk at Natural Grocers and any who attended my fatigue presentation at the Cancer Support Community of North Texas at their Clubhouse in Dallas. Read More

Podcast – First Podcast! Training of Acupuncturists and a Discussion About Fatigue.

Erik Jackson, Lic. Ac. No Comments

Listen at: Itunes, Soundcloud, or Youtube

Below is the transcript from this podcast.


The medical information on this podcast is provided as an information resource only and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. This information should not be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis or treatment.

Please consult with your health care provider, or contact Changing Elements Acupuncture and Herbs, before making any healthcare decisions or purchases.


Hello, and welcome to Changing Health Acupuncture Radio where we talk about living healthy in today’s world. I am honored that you are giving your time today to learn more about your health, and I hope that I can provide some answers for you. My name is Erik Jackson, I am a licensed acupuncturist in Texas, and I look forward to presenting you with some information over the next thirty minutes or so.

Before we get into the meat of this talk, I’d like to give you some information about myself. I am the acupuncturist at Changing Elements Acupuncture and Herbs in Denton, TX, which is just north of Dallas for those of you not familiar with the area. I focus on working with people who suffer from pain, fatigue, and mental stress issues. I have been licensed since 2011 and have been working in Denton for the past year. I grew up in Dallas and received my training in acupuncture at the Texas Health and Science University, or THSU, in Austin, which was called the Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine while I was attending—the school changed its name after I graduated. Read More

Podcast – Opioids and Pain Management in Oriental Medicine

Erik Jackson, Lic. Ac. No Comments

Listen at: Itunes, Soundcloud, or YouTube

Below is the transcript from this podcast.


The medical information on this podcast is provided as an information resource only and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. This information should not be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis or treatment.

Please consult with your health care provider, or contact Changing Elements Acupuncture and Herbs, before making any healthcare decisions or purchases.


Hello, and welcome to Changing Health Acupuncture Radio where we talk about living healthy in today’s world. I am honored that you are giving your time today to learn more about your health, and I hope that I can provide some answers for you. My name is Erik Jackson, I am a licensed acupuncturist in Texas, and I look forward to presenting you with some information over the next thirty minutes or so.

Last time, I spoke on the training of acupuncturists and broadly touched on what Oriental Medicine can do for fatigue. Today, I am going to respond to an article about the CDC’s new regulations regarding the use of opioids and talk a bit more about the methods of action for acupuncture. Read More

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