by Roshan Baskota
In Ayurveda headaches can be approached from three basic principle of Ayurveda; Tridosha – Vata, Pitta and Kapha...
Editor's Note from Sonica Krishan: In Ayurveda science, headache can be approached from three basic principle of Ayurveda; Tridosha – Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Roshan Bastota's article Migraine Headache Treatment in Ayurveda explains this in details and also about the herb based natural solutions what Ayurveda therapy has in store for combatting the migraine headache.
by Dr. Karen Jacobson, DC
Fibromyalgia is chronic syndrome that among other symptoms includes pain, multiple defined tender points in various areas of the body, fatigue, sore, burning muscles and sleep issues. More commonly occurring in women than men, it may also include headaches, bladder and bowl issues as well...
Editor´s Note from Abbey Denaro: If you or someone you know is suffering with Fibromyalgia, don't give up hope yet! Patient testimonials as well as research studies are indicating Chiropractic care as an important member of your health care team.
by Ron Schmid
The work of some people seems to me to utilize principles embodied in traditional cultures to help modern people heal. Carl Jung, the great Swiss psychiatrist and scholar and one of the most profound thinkers of modern times, was one such person. Jung described the work of psychotherapy as “the healing of souls.” Like Weston Price, Jung was born in the 1870s and spent his life seeking to understand fundamental forces that shape the lives of people everywhere to determine health and wellness.
Click HERE to read Part 1: Traditional Cultures
by Mike Adams
(NaturalNews) The CSPI is reportedly suing Bayer over the company's claims that the selenium in its "One-A-Day" multivitamin formula helps prevent prostate cancer. It's rare to see NaturalNews actually siding with Bayer on anything, but in this case, I think it's worth pointing out that selenium is, indeed, a very helpful nutrient for preventing cancer...
Editor's Note from Shawn Tassone: The mineral selenium has been shown in numerous studies to decrease the risks of different forms of cancer. Mike Adams summarizes the pros and cons.
Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: People may not be aware of how several of the modern day diet and lifestyle choices such as "Gluten-Free" and Veganism parallel that of Ayurveda. One of the most nourishing and gut healing recipes in Ayurveda is that of kitchari. Kitchari is naturally gluten-free, as its ingredients include split yellow mung dal and basmati rice. In these modern times though, people have adapted and expanded recipes such as kitchari to include other gluten free grains and dal and omit or replace ghee with oils.
by Mada Eliza Dalian
Normally, our heart opens when we feel accepted and loved by others. But when we are rejected, we feel hurt and our heart immediately closes. By holding on to our hurt and expectations, we rob ourselves of experiencing the divinity and bliss of love that is within us. When we open our hearts and surrender to love, we begin to feel what others feel and realize that we are not different...
Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Mada's article inspires us to look within to be free to love with an open, undefended heart. She recommends we become aware of the feelings and emotions arising while engaging with others. Mada reminds us that life is an opportunity to connect deeply with others and to love wholly and completely.
by Nikolai Bogduk, MD, PhD
One of my favorite articles addressing the relationship between the cervical spine (neck) and heads was written by one of the leading anatomists and researchers of our time Nikolai Bogduk in 1995.
From his research we have learned that headaches have a common anatomy and physiology that originates in the brainstem...
by Dr. Harkiran Nehra
Pregnancy is a unique state of physiological stress which necessitates physical and social adaptations . Pregnant woman’s health and fitness – physical as well as mental; natally and post natally has become the prime concern in present time ...
Editor´s Note from Sonica Krishan: Dr. Harkiran is a new author with ATH and she tells us about the positive role and benefits of particular yoga poses and deep breathing techniques of Pranayama when practiced by women during pregnancy. The author says that this way woman can keep herself fit and stable during pregnancy and also cope up with the prenatal stress and anxiety. Please have a read of the article. Namaste.
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