Category Archives: Preventive Therapy
  • Cellulite And Stretch Mark Removal

    Curing Cellulite by Walking, Running And Jogging

    By Patricia | May 4, 2011

    Cellulite is a lumpy pale colored formation of tissue that is a result of fat accumulation. Cellulite accumulation usually affects the thighs and buttocks of women. Cellulite may also be found in the joints of the arms with the torso. ...

  • Yoga For Cholesterol Levels

    How To Lower Your Cholesterol Level With Yoga Exercises

    By Patricia | April 28, 2009

    What Is Cholesterol Cholesterol is a soft, waxy substance that is found among the fats (lipids) in our bloodstream and cells. Cholesterol isn't really bad because the body uses it to form cell membranes. It is only excess cholesterol in your ...

  • Types of Chiropractic Medicine

    Chiropractic Medicine Healers

    By Patricia | April 14, 2009

    Chiropractic medicine is a holistic method of healing and is postulated on the theory that the body has innate powers to cure itself and does not need to depend upon external medications for treatment. David Palmer, its founder, founded this ...

  • Yoga For Chronic Pain

    Get Relief From Chronic Pain By Practicing Yoga

    By Patricia | February 9, 2009

    What Recommendations For Chronic Pain Chronic pain can be cured with traditional as well as complementary therapies. You can benefit from massage therapy, physical therapy, meditation, yoga, acupuncture and acupressure if you suffer from chronic pain. People suffer from chronic pain ...

  • Yoga For Achalasia Cardiac Symptoms

    How To Reduce The Severity of Achalasia Cardia With Regular Yoga?

    By Patricia | February 5, 2009

    Achalasia Cardia is a disorder that affects the sphincter muscles of the esophagus. The esophagus, or food canal, carries food from our mouth to our stomach. This canal is lined with sphincter muscles. These sphincter muscles prevent the acidic content ...

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