Archive for the ‘Alternative Medicine’ Category

Acupuncture is an ancient practice, but as an industry, it has only recently become recognized as a form of alternative medicine. With more and more people seeking options to complement conventional treatment, the demand for acupuncture, aromatherapy, and similar approaches has risen, and the career prospects for the field have increased considerably. Several schools now […]

Reflexology works on the belief that the hands, feet, and ears are maps of the body, with certain areas corresponding to specific functions and systems. A reflexologist helps promote healing and reduce stress by applying precise amounts of pressure to these areas, known as reflex points, using only their hands. The practice is becoming increasingly […]

For people looking to work in the healthcare industry, alternative medicine has become a viable choice as more and more hospitals recognize its merits. Aromatherapy is especially popular, particularly as a complement to traditional medicine. Studies have repeatedly proven its effect on speeding up recovery in patients who have undergone difficult procedures, lowering stress levels, […]

Although records of colon cleansing date back as early as ancient Greece, its modern-day versions first appeared in the U.S. around the 1920s. It was later dismissed as a medical fad. The procedure made a comeback in the mid-2000s, and although backed by stronger marketing, its efficiency and necessity remain debatable. Few studies have been […]