Infertility Solved By Needles

By Sarah Cooper on April 15, 2011

Have you been trying to get pregnant but without any success? You are not alone in that endeavor. One of the problems women as well as their better halves face today is infertility. In UK infertility is a big thing, one out of six couples has problems with conceiving and everywhere you will see and learn a lot of treatments and remedies made. But there is a [Read More…]

Cognitive Hypnotherapy-One for the Future!

By Ari on April 08, 2011

Cognitive hypnotherapy is essentially an outlet for alleviating a person’s stresses and strains. It is based on well researched psychological and neurosciences fundamentals and given initial results looks very promising as an alternative therapy. For example, nowadays hypnotherapy is prescribed in some dental clinics during a dental procedure for kids [Read More…]

Latest Trends for Mums-to-be to Combat Birth Pain

By Lindsay Morris on April 07, 2011

When a person is pregnant apart from the usual question of what the gender of the baby will be is the question “how much pain will be there during labor?” But there is no certain answer as to how much pain an individual can have, but one thing’s for sure is that pain is always there during labor and delivery. Today, the NHS is investigating [Read More…]

Natural Anxiety Remedies: What You Need to Know

By Melonie on April 04, 2011

It is estimated that anxiety related disorders affect approximately 19% of the population at one time or another. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD,) Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD,) Obssessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD,) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD) are the most prevalent anxiety disorders for which sufferers seek treatment each year. Many gener [Read More…]

Learn How to Effectively Counsell Teenage Children

March 30, 2011

In order for one to be an effective counsell or for teenage children, you must master the necessary skills. The basis of helping skills is active and effective listening. Effective listening is more complicated than it seems on the surface. Listening is more than just hearing. It requires a battery of skills which include: attending skills, reflecting skills [Read More…]

How to Get Rid of Headaches Through Acupuncture

March 26, 2011

We’ve all experienced a headache at some point in our life. Whether it is due to stress, the cold season, or because we’ve slept wrong, we find them unbearable sometimes. There are several remedies out there to help treat a headache. We can simply rest it off sometimes, rub it away, or sometimes if it’s too bad, we resort to some medicin [Read More…]

Does Health Insurance Cover Acupuncture? (in USA)

By Samantha on March 25, 2011

The long and short answers are: some do, and some do not. There is no simple answer to this question that covers all private health insurance carriers. In fact, many carriers have found a way to straddle the fence on the matter by offering affinity programs, or discount programs, to assess the risks and rewards of offering acupuncture benefits. Why do Some [Read More…]

Exercising to feel better

By Iron Simba on March 23, 2011

A lot has been writing about the health benefits of exercising. But its benefits lie beyond lowering your cholesterol level or reducing your body fat. Here is a quick round-up of how exercising can make you feel better in other ways. Progress and motivation If you exercise and measure your progress strictly, for example by running the exact same distance o [Read More…]

Can Counselling Cure Bedwetting?

By Katie Saxon on March 18, 2011

Whether you’re an adult or a child bedwetting is an embarrassing and upsetting experience. For adults, there may be a fear of ridicule at not having grown out of a “childhood” problem. For kids, they may feel ashamed about upsetting their parents and causing them stress. While there are many physical treatments that have a hugely beneficia [Read More…]

The origin of tea tree oil and what it’s used for

By Aiden Clarkson on March 11, 2011

You may have heard of tea tree oil before, or seen it featured as an ingredient in a beauty product. It isn’t unusual to see tea tree oil body washes and face scrubs. But where does it come from, and what else is it used for? Where it’s from Tea tree oil, often known as melaleuca oil, is taken from the leaves of the “tea tree” which [Read More…]



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