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…]

Disaster Counselling: A Natural Remedy for a Natural Disaster?

By Richard Hogan on April 29, 2011

Not according to several recent studies, and to several well-respected counsellors on NaturalTherapistForAll.com, an Internet network set up in the UK in 2009 to help victims of trauma (among other problems) to get in touch with therapists best suited to assist with their specific problems. Everyone has witnessed the recent events in Japan caused by an 8.9 [Read More…]

Happiness is U-Shaped: Facts about Happiness

By Linda Salmon on April 28, 2011

Happiness- it’s the feeling of elation, the feeling of being on top of everything. Happiness is what you feel when you get hired to a high-paying job. Happiness is what you feel after acquiring a lucrative apartment in the uptown world. Triple happiness is what you feel when you won the lottery. However, after awhile you just realize that after havin [Read More…]

Aromatherapy: What’s New

By Gill Farrer-Halls on April 27, 2011

The practice of aromatherapy has been widespread here in the UK for several decades now, and I no longer hear the phrase “aroma what?” when I reply to the question of what I do. Aromatherapy - and its main treatment of aromatherapy massage - are definitely established in the holistic complementary therapeutic environment. Like all evolving thera [Read More…]

Research suggests that our genes may play a bigger role in our health than diet or lifestyle

April 26, 2011

It was previously thought that diet played a bigger role in our health than genes, but new research suggests that our genes count more than our diet or lifestyle. Scientists at the University of London discovered that 57 per cent of girls start their periods within three months of the date that their mothers did. Scientists have also found that about 70 to [Read More…]

A 3000 Year Old Hay Fever Remedy

By Wendy Morrison on April 22, 2011

Many people look forward for the summer season but some people dread it’s coming. And the culprit is Hardwoods. Doesn’t make any sense? Well, the reproductive cycle of Hardwood trees happen on warm weather, thus summer and it depends on microscopic pollens. Microscopic pollens that act as allergens to many people, in fact 25% of the British popul [Read More…]

Some Information About Our Direct Enquiries / Public Enquiries / Leads

By NaturalTherapyForAll.com on April 19, 2011

1. What is Lead Generation? Lead generation is a marketing term that refers to the creation or generation of prospective consumer interest or inquiry into products or services of a business. Leads can be generated for a variety of purposes – list building, e-newsletter list acquisition or for winning customers. Lead generation is generally generated t [Read More…]

Four Facts on national disaster: Teenage Binge Drinking

By Diane Hughes on April 18, 2011

Binge drinking a self destructive and unrestrained type of drinking: simply drinking to get drunk. And this type of drinking has gripped the young population today. Teenagers are the number one victims of binge drinking and it has resulted in an ugly picture. Learn more about binge drinking, check the following facts. Alarming Statistics of teenage binge dr [Read More…]

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