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<h3>Tips for Spring Fever</h3>

Since the splendor of Spring is making its appearance, you might notice changes in your behavior, your attitude and the urge to go, go, go.

The nature of spring can bring on tension, aches and pains and muscle stiffness, anger, and frustration, not to mention allergic reactions.

Chinese medicine views the body as a microcosm of nature and acknowledges the changing rhythms in the body and mind at each season.

This article has some tips for managing the shift:

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