Choosing the Right Complementary Therapy for You
Wondering which complementary therapy is the one for you? Here’s a handy guide to the sorts of therapies that are particularly appropriate for certain conditions:
Painful joints, or sports injury: Consider one of the manipulation or massage therapies or acupuncture.
Tired, menstrual or menopausal problems, problems with memory or concentration: Nutritional therapy.
Sluggish, bowel or urinary problems, skin problems: Naturopathy or herbal medicine.
Respiratory problems, migraines, or headaches: Homeopathy, herbal remedies, Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Stressed out, anxious, irritable, not sleeping well: Relaxation, breathing, and healing therapies, and aromatherapy.
Digestive problems, blood sugar imbalance, Type II diabetes, gall bladder problems: Ayurveda, Japanese, or Tibetan medicine or nutritional therapy.