Acupuncture The Myths Vs The Facts

By Michael Schnippering on June 27, 2011

Acupuncture is a complementary medicine treatment which uses needles placed in the skin to alleviate pain and aid in the healing of many disorders. It originated thousands of years ago in China, however it is now also widely practised in the Western world. Despite its modern popularity there are still many misconceptions surrounding it, and for that reason i [Read More…]

Breaking Alcohol Dependence among Elderly thru Counselling

June 23, 2011

Alcohol dependence and related problems is increasing in United Kingdom, costing the country at least £20 billion each year, says a report from NHS. Said research pointed out that staggering 17 million working days have been lost because of absenteeism due to hangovers and ailments brought by alcoholism among employees and workers. On the report from [Read More…]

Hypnotherapy Works (Overcoming Rare Phobias through Hypnotherapy)

By Jamie Lewis on June 17, 2011

“A receptionist at a bank has lost more than eight stone after conquering a bizarre phobia – of sweat. Tracey Stone, 35, beat the phobia after seeing a local counsellor and hypnotist. She spent a total of six hours in the chair, and now believes she is ‘almost entirely’ cured”. -Daily Mail Reporter posted on June 14, 2011 The [Read More…]

New Scientific Evidences on Acupuncture in Treating Migraines

By David Foster on June 15, 2011

Take it from the experts- people who suffer from migraine are more prone to other health problems. A study was conducted by a group of researchers from Harvard Medical School in identifying the real cause of migraines. Researchers have found out the relationship between migraine and three stretches of DNA by studying 23,000 patients. They also pointed out [Read More…]

Work Stress Counselling: An Effective Tool to Improve Productivity

By Kathryn Hill on June 14, 2011

According to a recent study, one in every four people in the UK will experience mental health problem at some point in their life and one in six adults has mental disorders at any one time. This situation is costing the United Kingdom 8.4 Billion pounds every year and the loss in productivity is reaching 15.1 Billion pounds. Stressed Employees affects Prod [Read More…]

Nasal Breathing

By Dr Janet Winter on June 13, 2011

Could breathing through your mouth be hazardous to your health? The nose is a specialised organ for breathing, though it is often thought of as more of an optional appendage! The benefits of breathing through your nose are many; I will just mention a few of them here. 1) Air inhaled through the nose is warmed and moistened. 2) Air exhaled through the nos [Read More…]

NHS Has More Cash and Lives to Save with Hypnotherapy

By Jamie Lewis on June 09, 2011

With the surge of different kinds of diseases and the cost of medical treatments, experts recommend hypnotherapy as a means to save the NHS millions of pounds. Hypnotherapy has long been used to treat many kinds of diseases though only few have full knowledge of it as a medical treatment. In some cases, even medical doctors make use of hypnosis to help pati [Read More…]

10 Tips for Getting More Referrals from Your NaturalTherapyForAll Profile Page

June 08, 2011

Here are some tips on how to create a good therapist profile on NaturalTherapyForAll.com. Original content: When you write your profile on NaturalTherapyForAll.com, make sure the content is original. Original content includes content which has not been previously published on any other website, including yours, as duplicate content may hurt your SEO. Origin [Read More…]

Depression in Spring? Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and How to Deal with It

By Kathryn Hill on June 03, 2011

A very surprising study has shown another story how depression occurs during spring, when the sun is coming out and the weather is getting warm.  Various studies have analyzed significant relationship between the mood and weather condition.  In United Kingdom, suicidal rate is rampant during May and April, where generally, most of the people from a [Read More…]

New Guidelines for Undiagnosed Anxiety Problems (And How Psychotherapy Helps)

By David Foster on May 31, 2011

It is normal for any individual to feel worried and depressed at times.  Stressors are part of everyday life.  It could be the bills, the traffic, relationships, and other things that can change the mood of a person.  However, too much of these things can lead to emotional and meal breakdown. Anxiety can be very alarming.  It has been sh [Read More…]



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