A Third of Europeans Suffer from Mental Disorder, New Research Says

September 09, 2011

Once in our life (or maybe more), we are faced with problems, disappointments, and failures. There are people who managed to go through all of it but there are also people who get overwhelmed facing life’s difficulties.  A study published by the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) revealed that more than a third of Europeans suffer [Read More…]

Stick It to Pain and Stress with Acupuncture

By Tony Laughton on September 09, 2011

Acupuncture is an ancient technique, practiced for thousands of years, by the Chinese. It’s a natural and alternative therapy that can be used to treat many conditions including promoting relaxation. The Chinese believed acupuncture, in its self, could bring a euphoric and harmonious effect for all patients. They also believed that having an unbalance [Read More…]

Self-Confidence Is Key

By Monica Wilson on September 07, 2011

A recent study conducted among University of Michigan students by Brad Bushman, Scott Moeller, and Jennifer Crocker, presented a “shocking” discovery: young adults these days prefer self-esteem boosters over pay checks, good grades, and sex. More and more psychological institutions are now realising how important and in-demand self-esteem and sel [Read More…]

The Wonders of Hypnotherapy for Weight Control

By Daniel Fryer on September 06, 2011

It was recently reported that former Steps pop star Claire Richards is having hypnotherapy for weight control, in fact, she will soon be appearing in a Sky Living documentary, “Slave to Food,” aided and abetted by Banbury based hypnotherapist Chris Hughes. “I have no idea whether I helped her,” said the hypnotherapist. “Only ti [Read More…]

Spa Treatments You Can Treat Yourself to at Home

By Veronica Grude Docker on September 02, 2011

We all wish we could afford to get spa treatments several times a month. Unfortunately for most of us it is a luxury we cannot afford. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself and your body to some well deserved treatments in the comfort of your own home. First of all it is good to remember that a treatment doesn’t have to be com [Read More…]

Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Needle? A Case Study

One of the most interesting clients I worked with this week is a man in his thirties who has had a severe phobia of injections from a very early age. He has been afraid of injections for nearly as long as he can remember and has even had dental work recently completed without anesthetic. An upcoming blood test that afternoon (a prerequisite for his partner [Read More…]

Natural Ways to Develop Quality Sleep

August 31, 2011

Sleeping is one of the most important routine that human beings should do to maintain a good health. It is the time when all the organs of the body can relax and take a rest from 24 hours of work. Sleeping is also a great way to refresh the mind from bad feelings and stressful thoughts. It is the ultimate way of getting rest. Even in grade school, children [Read More…]

Study:Sleep Apnea Linked to Dementia Risk

By Jay Druba on August 26, 2011

A recent study at the University of California suggests that women over the age of 55 are more likely to develop dementia if they suffer from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a condition in which tissue in the throat collapses and blocks airflow, disrupting the victim’s sleep pattern. Dementia is a condition that leads to the degeneration of the brain. The [Read More…]

Meditation: What Inner Peace Can Do For You

By Amy C on August 25, 2011

Every day routine is stress. You just ignore its effects even though you have a tough time ignoring it. The effect of the daily tension kills you and always puts you to the limit. You want to explode from all the haggardness the world is slapping at you. All you need is inner peace. Even in just a little time, you want to experience serenity. Try meditating [Read More…]

How to Choose a Good Therapist

By Stephanie Futcher on August 23, 2011

Don’t know how to choose a therapist? Many people know that they want help but don’t know who to turn to or how to choose from all the practices and practitioners advertising on the web and in the directories. I believe that what matters most in therapy is the relationship between client and therapist. Research consistently confirms this simple [Read More…]



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