When a healthy diet and exercise do not successfully relieve constipation for your clients, learn which massage techniques you can use to help relax their abdomen, reduce their discomfort and encourage regular defecation.Continue reading »
Water is the most important element, next to oxygen, needed to sustain life as we know it. The human body is more than 60 percent water. Blood is between 80 and 90 percent water, the human brain is 70 percent water and our lungs are close to 90 percent water. Human blood is also remarkably like sea water with a similar pH range and a similar mineral content, so much so that at one time sea water has been used in emergency transfusions when blood or plasma was not available. Learn about how hydrotherapies (therapies using water externally) can also be of value in keeping a person healthy.Continue reading »
July is National Blueberry Month. For some people going out to pick ripe blueberries with the family in an open field is almost a rite of passage. Eating and gathering those plump, sweet morsels will put a smile on anyone’s face. But did you know that blueberries also have some important therapeutic value? Learn how blueberries are good to eat – but keep you healthy as well.Continue reading »
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