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REFLEXOLOGY: THE APPROACH OF REFLEXOLOGY

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011
The approach of reflexology is to treat the individual as a whole in order to create a better harmony between the mind, the body, and the emotions, thereby helping to restore some of the lost energy and re-establish a more positive attitude towards the world. Reflexology relaxes tension, improves nerve and blood supply and restores balance to the body. If you have a long standing disorder that does not seem to have been helped by orthodox medical treatment, then give reflexology a try. It is a therapy that is safe and also very effective, but remember if your disorder has been with you for a long time it cannot be rectified overnight. Your body has the ability to heal itself once the process has been set in motion.
It is medically accepted that 75 per cent of all disease is caused by stress, and the greatest benefit you can receive from reflexology is relaxation. It has a dynamic effect on the body in its ability to relieve stress and tension. As a means of diagnosis reflexology is quick and accurate. By testing the reflexes of the feet, the degree of tenderness gives an accurate indication of any area that is out of balance. Effective results are to be found even after two or three treatments. Reflexology creates a feeling of well-being, enabling those suffering from anxiety states some respite from their symptoms.
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REFLEXOLOGY: THE APPROACH OF REFLEXOLOGYThe approach of reflexology is to treat the individual as a whole in order to create a better harmony between the mind, the body, and the emotions, thereby helping to restore some of the lost energy and re-establish a more positive attitude towards the world. Reflexology relaxes tension, improves nerve and blood supply and restores balance to the body. If you have a long standing disorder that does not seem to have been helped by orthodox medical treatment, then give reflexology a try. It is a therapy that is safe and also very effective, but remember if your disorder has been with you for a long time it cannot be rectified overnight. Your body has the ability to heal itself once the process has been set in motion.It is medically accepted that 75 per cent of all disease is caused by stress, and the greatest benefit you can receive from reflexology is relaxation. It has a dynamic effect on the body in its ability to relieve stress and tension. As a means of diagnosis reflexology is quick and accurate. By testing the reflexes of the feet, the degree of tenderness gives an accurate indication of any area that is out of balance. Effective results are to be found even after two or three treatments. Reflexology creates a feeling of well-being, enabling those suffering from anxiety states some respite from their symptoms.*171\326\8*

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IBS AND EVERYDAY POISONS: THE CUP THAT CHEERS

Sunday, February 20th, 2011
By now you will probably feel like using this book for firelighters -one deprivation after another, you might say. ‘Does alcohol have to go too? I don’t drink much.’ Only temporarily; when your bowel has recovered you could resume moderate drinking habits if you wish, except of course if you are known to be allergic to it, or if you have had a drinking problem in the past.
Alcohol and the Irritable Bowel Syndrome
It is unrealistic to expect bowel symptoms to improve until you have given up alcohol. Apart from feeding Candida and making blood sugar levels unstable, it also interferes with the absorption of nutrients essential for the healthy functioning of the bowel.
Alcoholism
Reactions to alcohol vary in a similar way to reactions to nicotine or tranquillizers, in that some people can just stop – even after years of heavy drinking – and have no problems, while others are dramatically physically and emotionally ill when they abstain.
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IBS AND EVERYDAY POISONS: THE CUP THAT CHEERSBy now you will probably feel like using this book for firelighters -one deprivation after another, you might say. ‘Does alcohol have to go too? I don’t drink much.’ Only temporarily; when your bowel has recovered you could resume moderate drinking habits if you wish, except of course if you are known to be allergic to it, or if you have had a drinking problem in the past.Alcohol and the Irritable Bowel SyndromeIt is unrealistic to expect bowel symptoms to improve until you have given up alcohol. Apart from feeding Candida and making blood sugar levels unstable, it also interferes with the absorption of nutrients essential for the healthy functioning of the bowel.AlcoholismReactions to alcohol vary in a similar way to reactions to nicotine or tranquillizers, in that some people can just stop – even after years of heavy drinking – and have no problems, while others are dramatically physically and emotionally ill when they abstain.*45\326\8*

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