Different Types of Alternative Therapy
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy involves exposing your body to 100 percent pure oxygen at a pressure that has to be higher than average. It is believed that wounds need oxygen to speed up the healing process and therefore, exposing a wound or injury to 100 percent oxygen is said to speed up the healing process. Read on to know hyperbaric oxygen therapy, how is it performed, what health conditions can it treat, and side effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Ayurveda explains anger as an emotion associated with the Pitta Dosha. When balanced, Pitta has good points, but when it gets imbalanced, anger and hostility creeps in. Anger has qualities of fire, sharpness, light and hot nature. It varies in individuals depending upon the intensity and duration. All of us have pitta in us and Ayurveda throws light on how to balance this potential volatile fire. The treatment plan aims at bringing the Pitta dosha back to normal.
In many parts of the world, dandelions are used in traditional herbal medicine practices and are highly valued for their medicinal properties. For many years now, dandelions have been used to treat a variety of diseases including acne, liver disease, cancer, and even digestive disorders. Today we look at some of the potential health benefits of dandelion.
Sujok therapy is known to be beneficial in treating several health conditions. Sujok therapy makes use of some instruments, which are defined and made especially with expert precision for carrying out the specific treatments for various diseased conditions. Read below to know more about some of the Sujok therapy instruments.
Hypnosis or hypnotherapy is a very common word that most of us are acquainted with. However, what hypnosis really is and what its potentials are; is unknown to many. Know what is hypnosis, hypnosis as a treatment for various disorders, for what conditions is it recommended, how is hypnosis done, what to expect during hypnosis?
Prolotherapy is found to be very effective and is very safe as well. Prolotherapy is very effective in the treatment of low back pain, tendonitis, and knee osteoarthritis. Apart from that, it is also highly used for treating the injured joints as well as ligaments. The process of treatment of prolotherapy is not at all easy as it requires extraordinary skills and cares for this kind of therapy. Every physician cannot treat the patient with prolotherapy as the technique of injection involved in this therapy requires some skill that is not known to every physician or everyone is not expert on it.
Prolotherapy is used in pain management and can treat the numerous conditions that include the neck pain and the low back pain. In prolotherapy treatment, a substance is injected with the slender needle beside the site where the soft tissue such as the tendon, muscle, and ligament has worn out or injured. The substance that is used in this injection is an irritant agent. For the prolotherapy treatments for any chronic low back pain or any other disorder, this agent is used together with any local anesthesia (procaine, lidocaine, or marcaine).
Acupressure is an age old therapy, particularly practiced as an alternative treatment modality. It is often confused with acupuncture, but in fact these two are different therapies and both have their own benefits. Accupressure is also called as accupunture without needles and is well-known for various health benefits. This article deals with how acupressure can benefit you, how is acupresure therapy done, common acupuncture points and are there any side effects or limitations of acupressure therapy.
Salt therapy is a health treatment which takes place in a salt cave and provides a pathogen-free environment. Around 60-70% people are not aware of this term, salt therapy; so this concept is quite new for them. In simple words, the insight concept of salt therapy is the same as spending time under sea water. This article deals with how can salt therapy be beneficial for your health.
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Dry needling is a modern treatment procedure where the practitioner inserts several filiform needles into the skin of the patients. These filiform needles are fine, short, and stainless steel needles that do not inject fluid and is thus the term “dry” is used. Dry needling therapy is safe, minimally discomforting and often an effective technique for patients with certain musculoskeletal presentations. One of the best benefit of dry needling is it relieve pain and muscle tightness.
Chelation therapy is considered a treatment process and here, an agent is provided for hunting the body for heavy metals, like lead, mercury, arsenic, and aluminium. Autism is believed to affect children who are exposed to higher levels of heavy metals. Hence, the consideration of chelation therapy for autism.