Alternative medicine
Alternative medicine is a system of scientific knowledge and practical measures that are grouped for the purpose of detection, treatment and prevention of diseases, preservation and strengthening of health and…

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Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy (from the Greek "physis" – nature + "therapeia" – cure) is an area of medicine that studies the physiological and therapeutic action of natural and artificially created physical factors…

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Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and its methods

The principles of traditional Chinese medicine largely coincide with my personal worldview of health, its value, perception of human — not as a mechanistic set of organs and tissues of a single organism, which is necessary to affect in General, in order to achieve health.

Traditional Chinese medicine is an ancient system of philosophical Outlook on human life, its relationship with nature and the environment. People in TCM is perceived in the totality of relations of the mind, body and emotions. The ancient Asians would prefer to anticipate the disease, and at the slightest signs of beginning to recognize her, than, in an advanced stage long and tedious to treat.

Not to say that Eastern people — poets in the most common sense of the word, but how great it is said:

“Decoctions (teas ) — is the smile of medicinal plants, pills (a traditional Chinese medicine in the form of large balls for the reception inside) is a view of plants and Tibetan herbal is the soul of plants.” Continue reading

Seals that treat

Tuliptree – unique know-how of trainers Murmansk Oceanarium. Seals are generally considered to be unpredictable animals. And if in some aquariums are allowed even swim with a shark, cute mustache crumbs – seals can be observed only through the glass. However, the introduction of a new treatment programme has yielded positive results, really comparable to internationally accepted Dolphin.

Seals – pinnipeds carnivorous mammals. There are many five-foot creation (the seal), and the mighty giants with a length of over 6 meters and weighing 3.5 tons (sea elephants). Despite the apparent awkwardness, they are excellent swimmers and can reach a speed of 24 km/h. in addition, the seals are doing fine. For example, the Weddell seal, which reaches a depth of 600 metres, remaining underwater for more than an hour.

In aquariums contain mostly small species. They love water temperature 10-11 degrees, but the pools were maintained to a maximum of 17 degrees (in such water does not get cold the divers, watching the aquarium). Near the seals look like a huge fluffy cat with a kind and attentive whiskered snouts, which I want to Pat. However, these lovely creatures have long nails (over 10 cm) and their caress not recommended – can snap. But usually they are good-natured,especially when the crawl on the surface. Continue reading

Traditional and non-traditional medicine

Medicine is the field of scientific and practical activities for the study of normal and pathological processes in the human body, various diseases and pathological conditions, for the preservation and strengthening of health of people.

There is a division between classical medicine, also called conventional, formal, sometimes Orthodox, or traditional medicine, and alternative medicine, also called unconventional (and sometimes informal or unconventional medicine).

Alternative medicine, also called alternative medicine, unconventional medicine or non-conventional medicine approaches to the prevention and treatment of human diseases, the choice of a particular tactic in which in contrast to generally accepted medical practice is based not so much on the study of the causes and mechanisms of disease, but rather on assessment of its manifestations. Continue reading

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