Physiotherapy is one of the most popular and safest methods of treatment. The number of physiotherapy treatments is impressive, from mustard plasters, parks legs, cans, bathing and massage to different kinds of laser, ultrasound, magnetic fields, electrophoresis and climate micropolarizer currents. Physiotherapy can be a standalone treatment or used in combination with other, for example, surgical or medical.
When assigning some type of physical therapy should take into account the peculiarities of the disease, the stage of its course, the patient’s condition, lifestyle, age, gender, mental and physical condition, as well as geography of residence. Can be Utena and other factors: social help the patient, his attitude to the proposed method of treatment, etc.
Today we can confidently say that there are diseases in which physiotherapy was not effective at certain stages of their treatment, rehabilitation, or prevention of disease. Continue reading
In recent years, so-called alternative medicine, unconventional medicine are becoming increasingly popular.
At one time I had a chance to experience first-hand the effectiveness of this method, as Sujok therapy — in one embodiment, a non-traditional medicine. In just a few sessions I get rid of the chronic sinus infection that plagued me at that time for ten years.
Remember, as a doctor who offered treatment to my statements that I do not believe in such methods, said, “Faith certainly helps in any process, but in this case, Sujok therapy is not just theoretical methods, and practical therapy that have proven effective in the treatment of many diseases”.
So what is this method and where they come from?
Sujok therapy is one of the areas of acupuncture, a method which is based on the effects of certain biological active points of the hands and feet. Translated from Korean su – brush, Jok – foot.
This type of therapy was developed by South Korean Professor Park Jae Woo in the eighties of the twentieth century. Continue reading
The invigorating effect of tea da Hong PAO
Da Hong PAO is one of the most popular Chinese teas. It grows in the mountainous Northern regions of the country, absorb the crystal clear dew and rain water that collects in rocky mosses. This determines its unique taste and powerful healing effect.
This Chinese variety of tea is recommended to brew and boil. This allows you to go into the water all the useful substances of da Hong PAO. For boiling it is better to use in a glass teapot so you can watch the process in all its details. The dishes selected should fill one third tea and two thirds water. Thus prior to brewing da Hong PAO must be soaked to swell, and impregnated with water.
Before boiling you need to catch the moment when the bubbles start to rise from the bottom to the surface. Continue reading