In the western world we tend to chase symptoms. This means when we get ill, we tend to treat the symptoms, rather than the underlying cause. Holistic therapies look at the body as a whole, aiming to prevent illness as well as treat it.
Many holistic therapies believe the disease happens when there is an imbalance in the body. Indeed, many complementary therapies look to restore balance as a priority.
When looking for potential culprits, the following are some of the most common:
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2. Structural misalignment (subluxation)
The spinal cord and brain are connected to the rest of the body by spinal nerves. The spinal column...