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Why You Should Confront Your Disease

In the summer of 2014 I was diagnosed with a rare kidney disease. This affected my life significantly, especially because I was about to start my freshman year of college. 335 more words

Bella Soul

Depression is as much physical as mental!

I see the physical, mental and emotional changes in my clients probably sometimes even before they realize that they are experiencing them. The aches and pains, the headaches, the new ailments can sometimes all stem from one thing….depression. 172 more words

Elderly Care

Coming to the rescue with Homeopathy

Many people become converts to homeopathy when they experience how fast and effective homeopathy can act in first-aid situations. After all, the ‘proof of the pudding is in the eating’.This article is not intended to negate medical or paramedical help, but can show how having a few key remedies to hand can sometimes make a huge difference in an acute health situation – in some cases life-saving. 833 more words

Homeopathy

The Mind-Body Connection

By Amy Glendening

Have you ever had any physical symptoms—not being able to sleep, on-going stomach pains, high blood pressure—and felt like typical treatments didn’t help? 355 more words

Helpful Tips

Upcoming Basics 101 Class

Tired of not feeling your best? Are you annoyed by allergies, headaches, colds, digestive issues, muscle tension or depression? Are you bothered by modern medicine’s approach of treating symptoms to illness and disease, but not the cause, through prescription and over-the-counter medications? 221 more words

Allergies

If Physical Diseases were Treated like Mental Illness

This is a fun picture that I came across on the internet. It is not to be taken too seriously. Physical ailments most times cannot be fixed by changing your frame of mind; while part of the treatment with mental illness is achieved through effort and a change of thoughts. 8 more words

Psychosis

Hanging onto the past, bites you in the ass

There are so many people that hold grudges, thinking they are doing some justice, teaching a person a lesson, but all it really does it hold us back from achieving our full potential and it only develops disease in our minds and bodies.  495 more words

Louise Hay