Morning Sickness and its Severe Form - Hypermesis Gravidarum

By Dr Tukmachi Director of Acumedica Clinics on March 15, 2017

Some pregnant women in their early pregnancy suffer from nausea and vomiting which make the early months of pregnancy a misery for them. Many clinical research trials indicated that acupuncture can reduce these symptoms (of nausea and vomiting) with improvement of health status in pregnancy. Acupuncture uses needling of various acu-points on the forearm or [Read More…]

The 7 Key Qualities of Being a Successful Woman

By Ashlyn Kaye (Cert.Prac.ABNLP) on March 15, 2017

So many women have inspired us over the centuries, for their achievements, who will go down in history as being unique, special, amazing. And yet I wonder if when they felt inspired to do something, felt passionate about something enough to take action that it would have made such a difference in the future?  One single vision can and has affected our [Read More…]

Five Natural Ways to Speed up Post Surgery Recovery

By Rebecca Lewis on March 14, 2017

Surgery is a major medical treatment in which a doctor cuts into someone’s body in order to repair or remove damaged or diseased tissue or organ. And while the cut may seem to have healed on the surface of the skin, it can take some time, or a long time, for the wound inside to heal. Surgery is a painful process and can be debilitating if the patient i [Read More…]

Why Lack of Sleep Makes You Sick

By Sharon Moore on March 14, 2017

It is a known fact that not getting enough sleep makes us prone to illness. But a neurologist and sleep specialist at the University of Washington School of Medicine. According to Nathaniel Watson, who headed the study, sleeping poorly can block specific genetic processes in the cells that make up your immune system, which is responsible for fighting off i [Read More…]

5 Lifestyle Changes You Need to Start Doing to Prevent Future Heart Attack

By Amy Taylor on March 13, 2017

Heart disease is the world’s biggest killer. And you might think that poor heart health only starts happening when you’ve gotten older. But the truth is it doesn’t require any age. Anyone, young or old, can suffer from cardiovascular problems, such as heart attack. If you have been diagnosed with a heart problem or is prone to it, it is im [Read More…]

Mental Health Patients Choose Therapy Over Medications, Research Reveals

By Lisa Franchi on March 10, 2017

A report published by the American Psychological Association found that mental health patients were as much as three times more likely to refuse or not complete their recommended treatment if it took the form of psychotropic medicine, such as antidepressants, instead of psychotherapy. This is more observed in people with depression and social anxiety, who w [Read More…]

Three Types of Learning that Boost Your Chances of Success

By Rebecca Lewis on March 09, 2017

You work hard every day, spending eight hours (sometimes more) in the office. But then, you find yourself stuck and unable to move forward with your career. Your colleagues have climbed up the ladder, and there you are - in the same cubicle. You do pretty well at work. So you wonder what’s different about you. If you’re more like this, there&rs [Read More…]

Ground-breaking Research Reveals Healthy Diet Works for Depression

By Sharon Moore on March 08, 2017

Yes, you are what you eat. According to a ground-breaking study, people with depression can improve their condition by following a healthy diet. The pioneering research, carried out by Dr Felice Jacka from Deakin University in Australia, proves that healthy food is a powerful antidepressant. The Study In a randomised trial, the researchers recruited 67 me [Read More…]

Amazing Things Therapy Can Do to Your Relationship

By Amy Taylor on March 08, 2017

Many people come to therapy because their relationships are suffering. And so they are. It can be a mum who has depression that prevents her from being a partner she wants to be. A dad whose means of expressing anger and frustration has built walls between him and his children. Or a young lad who has gone addicted to alcohol or drugs, causing him to be alien [Read More…]

Exercise and Therapy Better than Medications for Cancer Fatigue

By Lisa Franchi on March 07, 2017

Fatigue is characterised by feeling of tiredness and lack of energy. And for people who have cancer, this condition can be worse and can last for a long time. Cancer fatigue is most of the time disabling and causes more distress than pain, nausea and vomiting. People with cancer are usually given medications to deal with fatigue. But according to new resea [Read More…]

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