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1076 Grant Place
Boulder, CO, 80302
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Heartseed Health in Boulder, CO is an acupuncture and counseling practice offering holistic and integrative care. We can support you with medicine grounded in spirit and rooted in science.

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Why Seeing Depression as a Symptom Could Change Everything

Dr. Noah K. Goldstein, DACM L.Ac.

Etched into my mind with painful clarity is the window of my college dorm room, seven stories high, with a stark view of the street below. That street could have been my escape. Isolation and claustrophobia had pulled me into a conversation with death during a rough depressive episode and I wanted to escape the pain so desperately that I considered everything, including ending my life…..

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Boulder Acupuncturist Explains: How to Treat Anxiety the Natural Way

Dr. Noah K. Goldstein, DACM L.Ac.

As an acupuncturist in Boulder, CO specializing in mental health I work with a lot of people managing anxiety. No two cases of anxiety are the same. Because my approach to treating illness is holistic, I focus on the unique needs of each individual. Also, acupuncture inherently works towards resolving the underlying issues causing the symptoms a person is facing, rather than just alleviating the symptoms and therefore requires a personal approach.

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Boulder, CO Acupuncturist Encourages Us to Feel the Strength in Your DNA

Dr. Noah K. Goldstein, DACM L.Ac.

One of the most powerful tools we have when dealing with stress or pain, anxiety or depression, is our mind-body connection.

In the video below, I invite you to utilize your mind-body connection to tap into the strength inherent in your DNA. By remembering that we’ve descended from thousands of years of human being who have faced unimaginable challenges we can tap into their strength which lives on today in us.  

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