Archive for the ‘Naturopathy’ Category

Surprising fertility tips

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

Find out what you can do to improve your hormonal health naturally. Whether you are planning ahead for a family or you simply want to improve your hormonal health, understanding how food, chemicals and even your partner’s health affect your body is valuable information. The following facts about boosting hormone health may not be on read more »

Five signs you have too many toxins in your life

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

If you don’t feel as vibrant as you think you should, you may have too many toxins in your life. If you think you are healthy but suffer from minor ailments such as low energy, stomach upsets or headaches it may be worth looking at your lifestyle to see if toxins are to blame. While read more »

Help build your self-confidence naturally

Friday, January 3rd, 2014

Start the New Year with a spring in your step by improving your self-confidence (the natural way). If low self-confidence is a problem you are keen to tackle in 2014, there are a few tricks you can use to help yourself. Take a look at the following tips to help you knock self-doubt on its read more »

Toxins: What they do and how to get rid of them

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

Followers of natural medicine believe that most of our health issues stem from toxin overload. So what is the problem with toxins, and how can we get rid of them? Today’s society sees many of us overeating, not exercising enough and living in polluted cities, and all of these factors mean your body is at read more »

Naturopathy for cancer

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

Cancer claims over a million lives every year, making it one of the most feared diseases in the world. When modern treatments prove ineffective, people tend to look at alternatives for relief. There is no one-size-fits-all treatment for cancer. For every individual case, there is a different treatment. Over the years the use of alternative read more »

Planting seeds for the future- garden therapy helps children develop

Monday, March 19th, 2012

Children with a special needs are taking to the outdoors to help boost physical and mental well-being. Horticulture might not seem like the ideal hobby for a teenage boy, but for 16-year-old Angus Boyd-Smith, gardening has become more of a life-saver than a hobby. The Berkshire-based gardening sessions are run weekly by charity ‘Thrive’ and read more »

Feeling stressed? Can’t afford a massage? Try an ‘air bath’ instead

Monday, January 30th, 2012

In light of recent calls from Australian health professionals for Universities to stop teaching alternative therapy courses, the Telegraph has published an article distinguishing the ‘real remedies’ from the old wives’ tales. On the face of it, an ‘air bath’ sounds rather absurd. It is considered a healing technique by naturopathy experts and involves, quite read more »

Hayfever Hell

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

The Telegraph recently published an interesting Q&A session with a number of health experts on the subject of hayfever. If the antihistimines from the chemist still leave you runny nosed and watery eyed then why not try some of the alternative remedies as suggested by the experts? The Ayurvedic Herbalist – Sebastian Pole Around three read more »