What You Need to Know About Natural Pain Relief Remedies

Posted on: 23 February 2021

Based on various factors like cultural and religious beliefs and unique health conditions that make it unsafe for you to take some modern medicine, it is understandable why some individuals might opt for natural pain relief remedies. It may also be that you have used modern medicine to relieve your pain with no success. Here's what you need to know. Caution There is a reason why a doctor prescribes modern medication when you visit a hospital or clinic for treatment.
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Natural Treatment options for tension headaches

Posted on: 16 June 2016

Chronic tension headaches can be incredibly isolating and affect the patient's ability to participate in their work and home life. There is a range of options for dealing with headaches including lifestyle changes, use of painkillers, and remedial massage. Many people prefer to avoid long term use of medications due the side effects and prefer a more holistic natural health care approach to their problem.  Lifestyle changes There is a range of lifestyle changes that can help reduce tension headaches including reducing stress, drinking enough water to avoid dehydration and maintaining good posture throughout the day to avoid undue stress on the neck and shoulder muscles.
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Advantages of Physiotherapy after a Stroke

Posted on: 16 December 2015

Physiotherapy after a stroke is an important part of the rehabilitation process. While the research into the field is still progressing, medical professionals recommend at least 5 days a week of physiotherapy following a stroke for the best chance of recovering function and independence. Here are some other reasons to keep your physiotherapy appointments. Regain independence For many stroke patients it is important to get back home and regain some independence.
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Why You Should Encourage Your Kids to Meditate

Posted on: 30 September 2015

When you think of alternative wellness practices such as meditation, acupuncture, and yoga, you would probably only think of these for yourself and not for your children. But any parent's priority is to look after the wellbeing of their children, and so these kinds of wellness practices could be useful for your children as well. As the meditation and mindfulness movement has shifted from something that only Buddhists do to something that can be practiced in a secular space for its health benefits, more and more people are integrating meditation into their lives as a regular practice.
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