There are various different approaches available such as relaxation techniques, meditation, biofeedback, hypnosis, massages, homoeopathy, acupuncture and more. Many of these complementary therapies have been used for long centuries to relieve people’s symptoms. Today there’s scientific evidence regarding complementary and alternative medicine therapies and many people use them alongside conventional treatments.
In Hollywood, reiki healing is all the rage. But is it just another alternative therapy that's a 'bit out there'? Or, are there genuine healing and health benefits to be had? Shelley Bloom, reiki practitioner, fills us in ...
We’ve put together a guide to some of the most popular alternative physical therapies working their way into the mainstream. #alternative #health #medicines http://greatist.com/health/alternative-medicine-therapies-explained
Red light therapy is a natural, alternative therapy with a long list of benefits and no known adverse side effects. To put it very simply, red light therapy is the practice of shining red light on yourself in a prescribed Read More