Getting The Most From Tai Chi

By Steve Jones on May 20, 2011

Tai Chi has seen a great surge in popularity as a health-enhancing practice in the West, although there is still a great deal of misunderstanding about its principles and so, in turn, not everyone is potentially enjoying the full benefits of this oriental discipline. Many people seem to think that Tai Chi is simply a set or relaxing arm and body movements, [Read More…]

Stomach Ache to Depression and How Hypnotherapy Helps

By Jamie Lewis on May 18, 2011

Gastrointestinal disorders such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome can result to depression and anxiety, a surprising study suggests. Experts from Stanford University have found out that short-term digestive irritation in life could have massive implications for mental health later on. More studies were conducted that pointed out a premise- that it affects the qu [Read More…]

Acupuncture – Beyond Voodoo

By Mark Rice on May 16, 2011

To many, the practise of acupuncture is still shrouded in mystery despite its growing popularity in the treatment of very common conditions including chronic back ache and migraines. The thought of the needles alone is enough to send some people screaming in the opposite direction but this could prevent a valuable opportunity to discover that the very fine, [Read More…]

Counselling Parents as Child Behaviour Therapy

By Lynn Keddy on May 15, 2011

‘Relationship problems and conflict between their parents can have a significant impact on a child’s well-being, sense of security and self-esteem’ said Dr Jon Goldin, a consultant psychiatrist from Great Ormond Street Hospital. As all people know it, parents play an indispensable role in a child’s growth. It could be concluded that [Read More…]

Acupuncture and other Traditional Therapies: New Weapons to Cool Hot Flushes

By Kathryn Hill on May 14, 2011

A recent study in the University of Pennsylvania has shown that women are suffering menopausal symptoms at a younger age and at a longer timeframe than what is presently believed. Normal as it seems, menopausal has been one of the most stressful stage in a woman’s life because in this period, they start to suffer symptoms and unwanted feelings that le [Read More…]

Benefits of Meditation

By Elena Komskyte on May 10, 2011

Meditation is the secret to success for various scholars and celebrities due to a single meditation benefit that keeps the mind clean and free from psychological disorders. The meditation benefits experienced can increase day to day with regular practice. It is the ultimate source of peaceful mind. At the same time, Chakra meditation is the finest meditation [Read More…]

Advice for Parents

By David Stocks on May 07, 2011

The attention given to a younger brother or sister can prompt a young child to wonder whether he is still loved by his parents. If something happens to “prove” they don’t love him, then that child will sometimes suffer problems for the rest of his or her life. To the parent, the actual event may seem trivial. Almost every day I meet clie [Read More…]

Take it from the Experts: Depression for a Better “You”

By Susan Williams on May 05, 2011

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." -- Martin Luther King, Jr. -- At one point or another in our lives, we get depressed.  According to the Centre for Disease Control and the ICD-9 /DSM IV coding systems, approximately one out of every four i [Read More…]

How Acupuncture Helped a Boy with ODD (And other Alternative Treatments)

By Susan Williams on May 04, 2011

Daily Mail Reporter: “A ‘one-boy wave of terror’ who has stolen cars, committed arson and terrorised residents is being given free acupuncture in a bid to stop his behaviour. His mother, Nadine West, says the holistic approach is showing signs of working. She said: ‘Sonny loves the acupuncture. He is definitely a lot calmer when he w [Read More…]

Hundreds of herbal remedies have been banned as EU directive comes into force

May 01, 2011

Hundreds of herbal remedies have been banned as EU directive comes into force. The new EU rules cover some commonly used ingredients, such as St. John’s Wort and valerian, and also Indian medications and traditional Chinese medicines. The laws are aimed at protecting consumers from potentially damaging side-effects. Under the new laws, herbal medicine [Read More…]

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