The good news: The smoking rate of Australian adults has nearly halved since 1995 and is now hovering around 12.8 percent, according to a 2016 survey. The bad news: You or someone you love is addicted and needs help.
Herbal medicine has been around longer than traditional medicine. In fact, it was used by the Chinese back before traditional medicine was started. When you use herbal medicine, you are using products that are natural and derived from plants. These remedies come in many forms such as essential oils, teas, extracts, and even can be made into tablets.
Playing sports can be a fun and productive way of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Keeping your body active is important, and enjoying yourself at the same time if even better. Unfortunately, all forms of sports come with their own risks. From bodily pain to sore muscles and injuries, sports can be as rough on your body as they can be helpful. Luckily, Traditional Chinese Medicine has a few tips to help with such problems in Remedial Massage therapy.
Using a combination of refined techniques, lubricants, and movements, these treatments are designed to target the specific needs of the individual. It can be used to treat a number of common problems associated with sports, such as;
In traditional Chinese medicine, the pregnant woman is regarded as a person who should be taken care of in a unique way. During pregnancy, a lot of hormonal changes take place that not only weaken the woman's defences but might also put the child she carries at risk. Therefore, traditional Chinese medicine takes care of not only the expectant woman but also the unborn child.
There are two ways of getting energy for daily function, one is burning the nutrients from food, the carbohydrates and sugars especially. The other is burning stored fats. When we are eating, we derive energy to serve our muscular functions from the nutrients in the food. Extra nutrients are changed into fats which can be quickly oxidised or burned to supply energy if needed. When we fast or do not eat, if the body needs the energy to function, the reserves of fat are called up to be oxidised and provide energy for activities of the body that calls for it. After a meal, fat is stored. Between meals, stored fat is slowly released, keeping body cells supplied with energy. The brain needs the immediate, easily oxidised converted sugars (glucose) from food, the bodily organs burn the energy from stored fats. When we eat, nutrition not immediately burned is stored as fats. If we eat too much, we store excess fats until we have more stored fats than the body will reasonably use.
Every student of Traditional Chinese Medicine looks forward to graduating and starting their TCM career! It's a rewarding path, so naturally, you're eager to get going. Still, before you start your own TCM business, there are several important things you need to consider. Here are five of them:
Many people in Australia are excited about Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is a discipline for healing that is non-intrusive, makes maximum use of the body's natural mechanisms for healing, and is devoted to the fundamental doctrine of the health professions, "Do no harm." TCM is an ancient field, but it is also at the forefront of modern thinking about the body.
The human body has many systems that function to detoxify itself. The kidney, the liver, skin cells, and lungs actively remove toxins as they operate. Yet the idea of an external detoxifier remains popular in the culture and in the marketplace. Much of this detoxification marketplace is discounted by medical science.
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) lends its voice to the idea that healthy bodies should be left to operate without additional substances and artificial detoxification. The perspective of TCM is stated as "Go with the flow of nature and use its unlimited power to achieve and maintain a healthy balanced body."
Many people look at Traditional Chinese Medicine as inherently opposed to Western medicine. That's because Western doctors typically have not experimented with Eastern medicine. In reality, however, they're complementary. Traditional Chinese medicine has made significant impacts on the healthcare system, such as:
The ancient Chinese believed that sleep is essential to maintaining health. Learned Chinese sages wrote,
"...replenishing health with medicine is not as good as replenishing health with diet, but...replenishing health with sleep is the best treatment of all."