NATUROPATHY

Naturopathy is a traditional medicine recognized worldwide as well as Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. These three techniques are based on the same principle: there is an immaterial and intelligent energy that animates all living beings. We talk about PRANA in Ayurvedic medicine, QI in Chinese medicine, and simply VITAL ENERGY in naturopathy.

This Hippocratic medicine employs a variety of non-invasive techniques and these include (but are not limited to)

1. Nutritional and dietary advice. Nutritional hygiene.

A poor diet prevents the body from working well, and the buildup of toxins can lead to a variety of diseases.

Indian proverb says "do good to your body so that your soul will want to stay there".

 Whole, fresh, unprocessed foods are recommended.

2. Phytotherapy and aromatherapy

Herbal medicine – essential oils – Gemotherapy.

3. Apitherapy. Use everything that bees provide us to increase our level of health.

Honey. Royal jelly. Pollen. Propolis. 

4. Homeopathy. Homeopathic treatments are used to stimulate the body. A system of complementary medicine in which ailments are treated with minimal doses of natural substances that in larger amounts would produce the symptoms of the ailment.

5. Hydrotherapy (water therapy)..

For example, the use of hot and cold baths can be used for certain conditions to influence blood flow and body heat and boost our immune system.

Thanks to immersions in cold water or ice, several mechanisms are activated immediately both as anti-inflammatory at a cellular level , joint, and muscular level, and it is also a powerful therapy against anxiety and nervous depression.

6. Physical therapies.

Such as massage, acupuncture, Bowen, acupressure, bioneedling, physical exercise, yoga, or mechanotherapy.

Integrated Kinesiology and Biodynamics (IBD).

7. Psychology. Mental hygiene.

Stress management, relaxation, sophrology.

Emotional problems and stress can interfere with the healing process. Counseling techniques may include stress management strategies and life coaching.

8. Reflexology.

Hands. Back. Foot.

A system of massage used to relieve tension and treat illness, based on the theory that there are reflex points on the feet, hands and head linked to every part of the body.

9. Energy techniques.

Use of magnetism techniques.

A form of complementary and alternative medicine based on the belief that vital energy flows through the human body. The goal of energy therapy is to balance the flow of energy in the patient.

10. Vibratory techniques. Solar radiation. Colors.

11. Chinese medicine.

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