Some people turn to acupuncture for multiple sclerosis, but use of this alternative or complementary treatment choice is not well studied. Here’s what a recent review and an additional study have to say about the use of acupuncture for relief of MS symptoms. Please feel free to share your experiences!
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Athlete's foot is an annoying problem which often recurs and so natural remedies are desirable for this condition. A natural approach to the prevention and treatment of Athlete's foot is often more pleasant for people while avoiding the possible side effects from drugs.
Let’s face it - nothing adversely affects first impressions more than a case of bad breath. And the worst part about it is that if you do have bad breath, you are the last to know about it. The stigma associated with bad breath is just one reason why good oral health care is so important and has to be maintained regularly.
Ayurvedic Medicine is increasingly becoming more widely accepted not just for cleansing and healing the body from within and successful weight loss, but for cosmetic reasons on the outside of the body as well. As one example, here is an old Ayurvedic technique that not only is good for the eyes, but may prevent eye wrinkles as well.
Acupuncture originated in China over 5,000 year ago. It utilizes very slender needles placed in the skin at various locations to relieve pain and decrease inflammation. The ancient science of acupuncture is a proven and painless method of healing, that in-depth medical research has shown truly works. It works to balance the energy of your entire body. Historians have stated, “More people have benefited from Acupuncture over the course of fifty centuries than the combined total of all other healing sciences, both ancient and modern.”