Was your Website Affected by Google Update?

By NaturalTherapyForAll.com on August 18, 2011

We have received many enquiries recently from our therapist-members saying their own websites ranking dropped out from Google and they asked how to regain it. Here we thought we could write a little more about Google update. Hope this will help you understand more about Google and how its updates affect your website standing. Each year, Google changes its [Read More…]

Herbal Treatments for Pain

By Daisy Raybould on August 18, 2011

There are many herbs that can be used to treat various forms of pain. From inflammation to headaches, from muscle spasms to neuralgia, herbs can be used to treat almost any type of pain there is. Many of the medications we take now, such as aspirin, were originally extracted from herbs, and then standardized. (Salicylic acid, the main ingredient in aspirin, [Read More…]

Scoliosis - Diagnosis and Treatment

By Dr. Giuseppe Cannillo, on August 16, 2011

Scoliosis, a three-dimensional spinal curvature, affects over 4% of the population. The spine curves sideways and also rotates, causing pain, muscle imbalance, visible prominences and compromises breathing. For 80% of cases the cause of scoliosis is unknown but often develops during adolescence. The majority of scoliosis is female. Frequency of scoliosis: [Read More…]

Hope and Optimism

August 15, 2011

The science of optimism- it’s all in your head! The best thing about being human beings is that we have the power to feel good about ourselves. We can control our mind and if we wanted to, we can destroy all those troubles away. That is- we all have the incredible power to believe and hope for the best. Insignificant as it may seem, hope and optimis [Read More…]

Asthma and allergies; causes and cures

By Dr Janet Winter on August 12, 2011

Any of you with asthma (or allergies e.g. hay fever) will probably know what your triggers are, maybe dust, pollen or exercise. You may also have other family members with asthma, so you know that asthma is “in your genes”. So you may feel that you have a good idea what causes your asthma, and why you need drugs to control it. But did you know t [Read More…]

Acupuncture to Relieve Period Pain

August 11, 2011

Majority of women experience painful period. Usually, the pain is mild. But, 1 out of 10 women suffer from severe menstrual pain that often last for longer hours and sometimes all through their period. There are girls who can’t go to work or school just because of period pain or dysmenorrhoea. According to the report published in BBC Health Online re [Read More…]

10 Ways to Beat the Stress on Holidays

August 08, 2011

Sun is out. Restaurants and hotels are ready with their featured gourmet in the season. Beach resorts are sending out promo coupons. Holiday getaways have all been set to make your vacation the most wonderful and unforgettable time off. But surprising to say, not all Brits experience the same thrill and excitement on the fast-approaching holiday. According [Read More…]

Getting Away from Binge Drinking

August 03, 2011

A survey revealed that stressed adults prefer to binge drink than spend time with their partners or children. The study was reported in Daily Mail Reporter recently. Out of the 825 adults who were surveyed, it was found out that 73% of the respondents blame stress as the main reason why they drink at home (mostly at the end of each day) and the remaining 2 [Read More…]

9 Ways to get Over an Emotional Affair

August 01, 2011

Every relationship revolves in a strong emotional connection. It is a vital component of a solid and meaningful relationship. When one partner isn’t committed to keeping that connection, the bond that keeps the relationship together starts to weaken, leading to emotional instability. Emotional affair may not be an alarming condition but it can lead [Read More…]

Chronic hyperventilation; have you got it, what is it, and how do you fix it?

By Dr Janet Winter on July 28, 2011

The consequences of chronic hyperventilation or over breathing can be many; tired muscles, headaches, anxiety, poor sleep, fatigue, allergies, cold hands, breathlessness, stuffed nose, IBS…. The list goes on. One definition of hyperventilation is breathing more than your body requires, so if you are sitting, but breathing as if you were running, tha [Read More…]

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