Why do I feel this Pain?

Joint pains, arthritic pain, tendonitis, knee pain, ankle pain, back pain, period pain, migraine pain, shoulder pain, elbow pain, wrist pain, soft tissue, ligaments and bone pains, endometriosis, vaginal thrush, warts,  or unexplained odorous discharge, myofibralgia, foot pain, the unusual, unexplained or reoccuring pains, and any chronic physical or acute pain are symptoms that your …

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The minds influence on the body, and the minds need to control your experiences.

The thoughts that are constantly coming to the fore and the past constantly being recalled, does this action of the mind allow you to feel refreshed, full of enthusiasm and support the best in You?What we have learned and absorbed from others, in our beliefs, our perceptions and previous experiences affects how we live now; …

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Depression and Anxiety

The word depression is used to describe various and sometimes overlapping experiences.For many people, being depressed means feeling emotions driving them, as in being sad, ‘blue’, downhearted, disappointed, disillusioned or angry, a person may feel all these experiences without being what is called ‘clinically’ depressed.Clinical depression is denoted by a, physical and cognitive (thinking) state …

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The role of Natural Therapies relating to ADHD

The stimulation of massage for children with ADHD is extremely effective.Test results show that massage therapy with the use of specific aromatherapy oils  benefits children and adolescents by improving short-term memory and gradual longer-term focus in classroom behaviors. Research also suggests positive effects for the adolescents self-image. Those children who receive massage experience the calming/balancing …

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Repetitive Strain Injuries

(RSI) and associative trauma disorders are terms used to refer to several discrete conditions that can be associated with repetitive tasks, forceful exertions, vibrations, mechanical compression, or sustained/awkward positions.​Some of the conditions are edema, tendinosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow, radial tunnel syndrome and focal dystonia. All associative trauma disorders are …

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