Alternative treatments for arthritic conditions
September 30, 2013 – 4:31 am | No Comment
Alternative therapies for arthritic conditions are inclusive of treatments like acupuncture or magnets, chondrotin or glucosamine. People having arthritis usually suffer with conditions like stress, stiffness, pain, and depression. So it is imperative that there are alternative treatments for arthritis, which will help patients cope with this in a better way and in a healthier manner. If you do not  [...]

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Shakti Mat – 8000 Nails for Utter Relaxation
April 7, 2011 – 12:05 am | No Comment
Once-upon-a-time a popular act in circuses, a bedding full of spikes is presently been vouched as an ultimate means of relaxing the body. Increasing number of firms vending such mats bearing nail-similar plastic spiky protrusions state that they provide respite from stresses, aid in resolving sleeplessness & pains in the back, neck & other areas of the body. There’s shortage of printed proof, though several researchers state that preliminary outcomes indicate the necessity of additional trials. Disparate to classical nail beds famously used by artists or entertainers, these contemporary mats, at times, known as acupressure mat has smallish discus bearing plastic barbs. There isn’t any set everyday use advice, although several makers suggest that one must lie down, generally with neck & back on the spiky projections of the mat, for five to ten minutes & then eventually increasing the time. Lesser the nails, more challenging it is for the person lying down on it and greater  [...]


Salt Treatment for Curing Respiratory Problems
November 15, 2010 – 1:18 am | No Comment
Salt is often viewed from the angle of its dietetic benefits & drawbacks. However, an astonishing new twist to salt intake is a rapidly increasing trend of several individuals inhaling it – rather than consuming it – as a means of treating their respiratory complaints – particularly among asthmatics and allergy sufferers. The so-dubbed ‘Halotherapy’ or salt treatment centers are mushrooming at an increasing rate in the United States, Canada and European countries. The salt therapy experience comprises of being seated in an enclosure having a glazing of salt in crystalline form and the air within it totally salt-filled. Those experiencing salt treatment would feel as though they were actually present in the innate salt caves found in the E. European region (excluding the comfortable lounging seating arrangements & flat screen televisions put up in the salt therapy room). Advocators of salt therapy claim that it could bring about improvement among symptomatic allergy sufferers,  [...]


Reflexology Chart – The Pill-Free Resolution to Your Health Problems
November 10, 2010 – 1:07 am | No Comment
Digestion issues, being stressed out, sleeplessness, joint aches, menopause hot flashes and brain cell deterioration - the entire lot of pervasive health conditions could be trickier in treating and leaves many a suffer in utter desolation. Several of these people opt for alternative therapy like referring to a reflexology chart. Reflexology chart is followed by an approximate thirty-five thousand British practitioners of reflexology who stimulate the feet’s pressure points which are corresponding to certain areas of the body. Increasing numbers of these practitioners are deploying the rich benefits of reflexology by using the facial area, instead of the hand or feet areas for delivering this complementary health treatment. Those who vouch by the benefits of reflexology, firmly aver that facial reflexology is effectual as our faces have a huge influx of nerve, blood vessel supply. It is believed to beautifully merge massages with conjectures derived from acupuncture & Chinese medicine  [...]


Essential Oils for Asthma Management
September 7, 2010 – 1:40 am | No Comment
Essential Oils for Asthma Management
Asthma is a condition that makes breathing harder for millions of people across the globe. As a result asthmatics repetitively cough, wheeze and experience constricting sensations in the chest region which are characteristic to asthma attacks. At times the condition is also known as bronchial asthma. Children are also increasingly developing asthma. Asthma arises due to the reversible narrowing of the miniscule air tubules (bronchiole) triggered by the diaphragm contracting or inflamed mucus membranes. Asthma could be either allergy or infection triggered. Essential oils that are spasmolytic and decongestant in nature are the ones providing maximum respite. However essential oils must not be used when asthmatic attacks are being experienced, but in-between episodes as chest rubs or inhalations. Some of the recommended essential oils for asthmatics include geranium, eucalyptus, pine, lavender. For asthmatics feeling emotionally drained out due to the condition could be vastly  [...]


Aromatherapy for Yeast Infections
September 6, 2010 – 1:18 am | No Comment
Candidiasis is the most prevalent form of yeast infection and there are over twenty Candida types with Candida albicans being the commonest. Candida albicans is present in diverse regions of the body and component of the regular flora in the oral, throat, GI & genital tract. Usually this yeast is in equilibrium with other fungal and bacterial forms inside the body however the occasional imbalance of intestinal or gut flora could permit movement of the fungi via the bloodstream to other body regions. The oral and vaginal areas are the duo regions where often varied symptoms arise. Candida appearing in the mouth (oral thrush) could be diagnosed with whitish sore formations in the regions like the gum, tongue and inner-cheek. Candida arising in the vaginal area is known as vaginitis or thrush causes itchiness and whitish discharge. In case Candida is not treated then it could cause fungus infections, pitiable memory, depressive tendencies, intolerance to foods, bloated feeling, loose  [...]


Flower therapy
August 2, 2010 – 12:03 am | One Comment
Brain is an integral part of the body that controls function of all systems in the body. Our brain needs sufficient amount of oxygen, nutrients, and blood to function properly. Brain cells require adequate amounts of nutrients for transferring messages to other parts of the body. According to left brain-right brain concept, both sides of our brain control different aspects of your personality. Left side of the brain deals with logical and analytical aspect, whereas right side controls emotional and creative features of the body. Some people are left brained, while some are right brained. But, then you need to balance both sides of the brain. You just cannot be logical, curb your emotional aspect, and vice versa. Thus, you need to balance both sides of brain. Our brain contains certain hormones that manage left brain-right brain. Hence, you need to balance these hormones. Numerous methods have been found out to balance your left brain right brain. Even many forms of meditation have been  [...]


How does Acupuncture work in Stroke Treatment?
April 8, 2010 – 12:18 am | One Comment
How does Acupuncture work in Stroke Treatment?
A confounding niggling query about ‘How does acupuncture work in stroke treatment?’ has a wide array of answers. Acupuncture for stroke-elicited conditions like issues with verbal communication and ingestion, paralysis and depression is prevalently in use in the Oriental countries. Chinese and Japanese acupuncturists could commence therapy as quickly as doable following a stroke. Although several physicians recommend that in cases of stroke elicited due bleeding in the brain, acupuncture therapy should be sought only after waiting for 2 weeks. Ten to twenty percent of stroke cases occur due to bleeding in brain rather than the usually occurring blood vessel blockage or clots. Reason for the delay is because of study outcomes revealing that acupuncture is believed to open blood vessels thus improving blood circulation and decreasing clots and inflammation. Such outcomes are required early in case of arterial blockage, however subsequent to a brain bleeding elicited stroke, waiting till  [...]


Homeopathy: Tough to Ingest?
March 17, 2010 – 2:59 am | No Comment
Homeopathy: Tough to Ingest?
Lately a report furnished by the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee condemns government strategy on homeopathy stating that NHS must stop funding homeopathic cures or the medicine safety supervisory body must stop licensing it. They are of the viewpoint that the people’s money is being used on homeopathic cures that have vast dilutions which is unjustifiable. Homeopathy is a two century old method of therapy which employs greatly watered down substances – at times to such an extent that nothing of the initial substance remains. Oral administration of this is believed to fuel the body’s self-curing system. The dual-party group states that there was dearth of proof past a placebo result, when a patient’s condition improves due to their conviction that the therapy is working. Reality about Homeopathy Based on the premise ‘like curing like’ is disparate to herbal medicines. Herbal cures have plant constituents that could or could not be effectual. Homeopathy  [...]