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September 29, 2016  
Body Clock

by Milos Bang

Most of Eastern Philosophy and Medicine comes from observing Nature and the Universe. Ancient Chinese realized early that most things in Nature are cyclical and by observing the human body’s patterns, established that our own energy (Qi) also moves on daily and on annual cycles.

 

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by Mary Rivas

Most of us live hectic lives that make it challenging for us to make time for ourselves. Our thoughts race non-stop, day in and day out...

 

Editor's Note from Melanie Channell: Taking a nature based vacation, or just taking a day to be out in the natural environment does wonders for your body, mind, and spirit. Being outside in the fresh air, viewing the colorful landscapes, and listening to the sounds of the outdoors, slows down your brainwaves, helps you to release anxiety, and facilitates relaxation. If you haven’t taken a “time out” with mother nature recently, isn’t it time you visited her?

 

Energy Medicine


by Michael B. Ellner

The National Mental Health Association lists several reasons as to why people experience negative stress in the form of depression. Some of the more common reasons are loneliness, or seasonal depression in and around the holidays. These can range from the anxiety of family tensions, work issues, financial stress, or getting over a break up...

 

Editor´s Note from Cynthia Lindner: Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD is more common in parts of the planet that receive reduced amounts of daylight during those shorter winter days. As wintery storm clouds block the sunshine of many climates, some people who are sensitive to the lack of light notice a change in how they feel.Along with the use of light boxes, many people find that using self-hypnosis and other mindful techniques helps to alleviate the "funk" of SAD.

 

Hypnotherapy


by May Benatar, PhD

Some of the most transformational, not to mention, painful losses for me and for many I have known who have been in treatment with me, have not been around death and dying, but the more mundane losses. These losses do not have rituals, religious or secular, prescribed for them...

 

Editor´s Note from Nancy Burnett: Grief, loss, and shame are three areas of human experience that everyone experiences at one time or another. Dr. Benatar explores how these painful emotions are often experienced and offers suggestions for moving toward comfort, solutions, and recovery.

 

Psychotherapy


by Springwise

There are plenty of innovations that make it easier for consumers to enjoy the warm weather – take the hybrid Speaker Blanket for example...

 

Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: CleanPicnic is a mat made of recycled plastic and decorated with traditiona picnic blanket patterns does double duty. After your picnic, it serves as a convenient trash bag to help keep parks clean and reduce costs to maintain those public spaces for others to enjoy.

 

Eco Products & Services


"Health problems recur due to continued susceptibility in the patient, but the disease approach rarely addresses this susceptibility. Each recurrence is treated as if it is a new problem resulting in a revolving-door experience for the patient: treatment, recurrence, treatment, recurrence, etc.

~Timothy R. Dooley in Homeopathy Beyond Flat Earth Medicine

 

Homeopathy


by Abbey Denaro, DC
ATH Co-Editor of Chiropractic

 Based on the physiology of the nervous system, we know that chiropractic works for more than just back pain. The Chiropractic adjustment can have profound effects on quality of life by improving the function of all body systems. Knowing this, shouldn’t every person be allowed access to chiropractic care regardless of symptoms, age, and culture?

 

Editor's Note from Beth Wisniewski: Today, the state of mental health care in the United States is extremely poor. Chiropractic has a rich history in the mental health arena and had high success rates in the past. On top of receiving chiropractic adjustments the mental health patients were required to eat fresh foods grown in gardens on-site. By the early 1960s these facilities were forced to close due to changing laws however it is time to reexamine our approach to mental health in this country. Chiropractic should be part of a holistic approach to better serve this under served population.

 

Chiropractic


by Gabby Marshall OD

The American Optometric Association affirms its long-standing position that optometric Vision Therapy is effective in the treatment of physiological neuromuscular and perceptual dysfunctions of the vision system. The ability to learn in school, achieve on the job, and enjoy sports and recreation depends upon efficient vision...

 

Editor's Note:  Vision therapy is a modality often used in combination with other modalities in treating ADHD as well as Learning Disabilities and behavioral issues. A brief overview of this modality is given by Dr. Marshall who is a highly trained behavioral Optometrist.

 

Integrative Medicine


 

Editor's Note from Nicholas Pepe: Dr. Lo discusses quantum healing, science and the healer within all.

 

Energy Medicine


by Sydney Solis

A family yoga practice lets you to be sure that your children are being taught the values that are important to you -  health, spirituality and deep family connection. Starting a family yoga practice in the morning can be beneficial way to start your day with the kids...

 

Editor's Note: Do you home school your children? Here is an excellent idea for not only setting the tone for the day, but creating a deeper family connection. In this piece, the author explains the benefits of a morning yoga practice with your home-schooled kids, along with ideas on a yoga class. What a great idea!

 

Yoga


by Deborah Cota

They say hindsight is 20/20.

Well, that may be, but what I’d like to know is, who exactly is this they, and are they absolutely certain of this? Looking back at all that has transpired; could they have done what our family has done? Could they have tolerated the tremendous sacrifices? Could they have acted as quickly and bravely, and had the same outcome? Maybe…

 

Editor's Note from Eileen Gonzalez: Deborah Cota is a published Author of fantasy books.  Her books may not be for everyone, however she has gained fans which typically are not inclined toward fantasy yet her unique style of captivating the reader is evident in the first pages.  Deborah will keep you interested in the story and characters, leaving you wanting more.

 

PsychoSpiritual


by Robert Medhurst

Homeopathy has an important role to play before, after and, in many countries around the world, during surgery. Despite the fact that here in Australia the surgical facilities are generally quite good, we’re still confronted with a small but nonetheless consistent number of patients who require assistance with concerns that arise prior to the surgical event and the complications that can arise after the process has been completed...

 

Editor´s Note: Robert's list of pre and post-surgical remedies is a great resource to have in any surgical situation. Homeopathy can play an important role in making the experience less traumatic as well as hastening healing and addressing the many after effects of surgery.

 

Homeopathy


by Laurel Clark, DD, DM

Most people fear death. Although we know that death is inevitable, there is often a difference between what we believe intellectually and what we experience emotionally. Why is this so?  It would seem that such a universal experience could be met with acceptance...

 

Editor's Note: Death is a topic that evokes fear or outright denial in many people. In this article Laurel Clark shows how dreams can help us confront, and come to peace with, this mysterious transition.

 

Dream Medicine

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