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…]

10 Conditions That Can Be Addressed with Acupuncture

By Bailey Harris on May 25, 2011

Acupuncture is a therapy that originated in China and is done by inserting fine solid needles in selected places on the body. The needles are said to be put on points called meridians which are spots on the body where channels of energy flow. The idea behind acupuncture is that conditions and diseases come from imbalances in energy flow called Qi. Here are 1 [Read More…]

Too much Happiness Kills- Experts Say

By David Foster on May 23, 2011

A surprising research showed that people who are always too happy tend to die younger than people who are quite offhand. The study cited by Daily Mail Reporter on Reasons NOT to be cheerful: Happy people die younger than their grumpy peer; found out that people who are too happy are more likely to suffer from mental disorders such as bipolar tend to get rea [Read More…]

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…]

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