Natural Therapies, Stress Management and Wellness Coaching for Modern, Busy 21st Century People
Author: Marta Tuchowska
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Chapter 1 Stress- a Blessing in Disguise? Chapter 2 Body and Mind Techniques for Holistic Relaxation Chapter 3 Phytotherapy for Stress Management Chapter 4 Homeopathy and Bach Flower Remedies Chapter 5 Yoga and Physical Activity Chapter 6 Nutrition Chapter 7 Mind over Matter Chapter 8: Aromatherapy and Massage Bonus Chapter: Learn Holistic Facial Massage with Marta Conclusion: Creating a Stress-Free Lifestyle
Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice guides nurses in the art and science of holistic nursing and offers ways of thinking, practicing, and responding to bring healing to the forefront of healthcare. Using self-assessments, relaxation, imagery nutrition, and exercise, it presents expanded strategies for enhancing psychophysiology. The Fourth Edition addresses both basic and advanced strategies for integrating complementary and alternative interventions into the clinical practice.
Illness is caused by an imbalance in the body. Are you naturally inspired about your life? Do you consciously take care of your health and well-being? When you wake up in the morning, what are your first thoughts? How do you spend your days? If money, freedom and health were no object, how would you spend your days? Do you ever feel powerful and vital? What is a feeling of power and vitality like? What is a generic, mundane life like? Is that you? Are you a big consumer of pop culture entertainment and useless material goods like home décor? One thing is certain, your life is lived alone in your head therefore it's up to you. You create your own attitudes therefore your own biochemistry as I discuss elsewhere. Joy breeds the release of more neurotransmitters in your head that give you greater joy while depression depresses your biochemistry even more. The bottom line to a full, powerful life is to what extent are you naturally inspired?
New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
Learn how to relax your body and mind and give yourself a great refreshing lift with Yoga and MeditationAuthor Dr Yogini Shubh Veer has been teaching yoga and meditation for over 4 decades and in Yoga & Meditation she shares her rich experience to help you restore your physical and mental balance.You’ll learn the basics of life: Breathing, pranayama and prana, diet, ethics, relaxation, concentration and will discover how each one has an impact on your daily life. In clear simple language, the intricacies of yoga and meditation are explained. 108 yoga postures with some 400 step-by-step illustrations and instructions are included – including the complete ‘Surya Namaskar’, Salutation to the sun, 24 postures in one. Lessons on relaxation will help to ease any tension and depression and the sections on yoga’s relation to holism and homeostasis will let you unlock the secret to optimal health.Yoga & Meditation will help you to discover nature’s amazing way to perfect homeostasis, the key to health, through the millennia old legacy of yoga and meditation.
This book provides an overview of the holistic nursing approach, along with chapters on 20 commonly encountered chronic conditions, ranging from diabetes to sleep disorders. The interventions described for each condition include recommendations for diet, herbal supplements (if appropriate), and therapies such as accupressure, guided imagery, and stress management. Treatment planning emphasizes minimally invasive wellness approaches. Each chapter includes a specific example of a holistic nursing assessment, a collaborative treatment plan with a list of possible interventions, and a section on evaluating the effects of treatment.
Physical and Mental Effects, the Nature of Massage and the Techniques for Application : for Physicians, Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Nurses, and Other Health Service Personnel, and the Lay Public
Creating an Environment for Spiritual and Physical Well-being
Author: Joanna Trevelyan
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated
Category: House & Home
A room-by-room journey through house and garden reveals new ways of using natural materials, color, texture, light, scent, and sound. Cleanse and purify to create a sacred home, add talismans, try recipes for incense and cleansing mist, tune into your home’s energy, bring “magic” in with Feng Shui, and eliminate hazardous substances. Full-color spreads display the incredible beauty of a comforting, holistic home.
If you're looking for a product that is all-natural and pure, look no further than Epsom salts. Derived from an area in England where they were originally found - Epsom Salts are filled with magnesium and sulfate which is great for the body. The salts have numerous uses and have been around for a long time. If it's physical healing you need Epsom salts can help. If it's housekeeping you're after then Epsom salts can help you there too. Are you a keen gardener? Epsom salts can be a great companion too! The benefits of using Epsom salts are numerous. Pick up this book and see for yourself.
A Practical Handbook for the Health Care Professional
Author: Rosemary Payne
This book brings together in one volume 18 of the most commonly used methods of relaxation. Different techniques drawn from muscular, breathing and psychological approaches are described and illustrated by sample scripts and schedules. The methods are suitable for small groups and individuals. Key features: focuses on the practical aspects of relaxation techniques; provides ready-to-use schedules and scripts; pitfalls of each method are discussed in detail; background theory to each technique is described; muscular approaches include progressive relaxation, the Mitchell method and the Alexander technique; psychological approaches include self-awareness, imagery, autogenics, meditation and positive self-talk; text is supported by 350 references, line drawings and 56 photographs.--Publisher's description.
Explains the philosophy of holistic medicine, presenting both conventional and alternative medical approaches. The reference covers health promotion, prevention, and treatment of about 60 of the most common diseases of the American people.