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5 good tips for better relaxation

It is not necessary to let stress take over your life. You can use the breath to relax the mind and body. Yoga will help you achieve that state that your body and mind need: relaxation. Deep breathing is both relaxing and energizing. The energy is felt from the first minutes of breathing calmly. Slow, steady, calm breathing sends a message to your nervous system: Keep calm. Read More

Auriculotherapy is a very old method

If the eyes are the mirror of the soul, in the ear, the Chinese say, an image similar to that of a fetus inside the uterus is reflected. The fetus is oriented upside down, at the level of its lobe, and, for traditional Chinese medicine, this form functions as the "mirror" of the whole body. Auriculotherapy, a variant of acupuncture, has been used for centuries and its use has increased markedly in recent years. It consists of the stimulation of the acupuncture points that are located in the auricular pavilion. Read More

Extracts for health through aromatherapy

Known since ancient times in India, China and Egypt, the use for healing purposes of the essential oils of plants is a therapy that lives today its moments of glory. His popularity is such that the same army of the United States is experimenting with techniques of aromatherapy, acupuncture and other "unorthodox" methods to treat the post-traumatic stress of the soldiers, as recently reported by Robert Gates, Secretary of Defense of that country. . Read More

Magnetic therapy as an alternative

Within the so-called alternative therapies we can find magnetotherapy. This is a discipline that is responsible for the care of diseases or injuries through the application of electromagnetic fields. Some of the characteristics of this discipline are: 1. It acts passively without causing pain or side effects. 2. It is self-applicable externally in any part or organ of the affected body. (their fields penetrate touching any organ from outside) Read More

Logotherapy heals through the meaning of life

I am often asked: what is logotherapy? And that's why I decided to write a response that is clear and timely: the word "logos" is a very old word, to which different meanings have been given, for Viktor Frankl, the founder of logotherapy, means meaning. Read More

Doctors promote hypnosis to treat various diseases

Although hypnosis has been used for several decades, by psychoanalysts to explore and probe the minds of patients and thus extract memories that are hidden in the depths of the memory of individuals, many people only locate This discipline as an entertainment mode used by magicians to manipulate the minds of the participants. Read More

Music for the ears and health

If it is true that sound and music are part of human nature, it is logical to think that they can also be used as therapy. The history of music therapy in the West goes back to Pythagoras (6th century BC), although the Egyptians already used music as an element capable of healing the body, calming the mind and purifying the soul. Read More

For yoga you must free your thoughts

Yoga is a difficult discipline at the beginning. The asanas, or positions are slow and are not meant to be painful, but this does not mean they are not challenging. It should never extend too much if they bother. With practice you will achieve relaxation easily. Read More

Reflexology natural therapy against stress

It was already known four thousand years ago by the Chinese and Egyptian civilizations. It was one more specialty of the incipient medical practice of that time. We speak of reflexology, a technique or complementary and natural therapy whose objective is to stimulate through massage the reflex zones of the feet that are connected with the parts of the organism that they represent with the purpose of calming certain evils and tensions. Read More

Reiki, the unification of the spirit with the body

Created in Japan in 1922 by Master Usui, Reiki therapy, which means "Universal energy", is becoming an extremely popular movement in many countries around the world. According to the Spanish psychotherapist Inma Baselga, living bodies (humans, animals or plants) radiate heat and energy. This is the life force of the Universe and has been named with as many names as human civilizations have existed. Read More

Laughter helps you in the treatment of diseases

Laughing is not only "manifesting rejoicing through certain movements of the face, often accompanied by shaking of the body and emission of peculiar inarticulate sounds," as indicated in the dictionary of the Royal Academy of the Spanish Language. It is, above all, a physiological activity that affects our entire body. Read More

Therapy that discovers the importance of a hug

According to Lia Barbery, a Uruguayan therapist who created the Abrazoterapia System and author of the book "The language of hugs", the scientific basis of the therapeutic power of the hug is expressed in the gesture of the mother when she takes her son and "as in the birth or when you breastfeed, your brain is segregating the hormone oxytocin, known to be the hormone of "attachment." Thanks to her, the baby feels united to his mother and protected from all danger. " Read More

Alternative therapies to treat epilepsy

As with all diseases and health disorders, only a doctor can diagnose and prescribe a treatment. It is irresponsible, self-medicate or go to people without knowledge or scruples that promise an easy and quick solution to a condition that, if not treated properly, can inflict severe damage to the body. Read More