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Reflexology Chart

Reflexology Chart

REFLEXOLOGY HAND CHART - Tips & guidelines for hand reflexology charts! American Academy of Medical Acupuncture Homepage surplus de reflexion Perimenopausal Brain Fog: Acupuncture and Herbs to Stimulate Brain Activity Return to ITM Online Perimenopausal Brain Fog Acupuncture and Herbs to Stimulate Brain Activity by Subhuti Dharmananda, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Traditional Medicine, Portland, Oregon In a recent report in the Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine (5), an acupuncture protocol was described for treatment of menopausal syndrome that focused on attempting to improve mental activities. The primary therapy was based on a set of four acupuncture points, three of them along the center line of the body (governing and conception vessels) and one as a pair of points on either side of the spine (bladder meridian): baihui (GV-20) needled posteriorly and horizontally 0.5 cun with reinforcing-reducing method fengfu (GV-16) punctured slowly toward the mandible 1 cun with reinforcing-reducing method qihai (CV-6) needled perpendicularly 1.5 cun with reinforcing-reducing method shenshu (BL-23) needled by twirling obliquely toward the spine 1.5 cun with the reinforcing method May 2005

à trier - fusionner Ayurveda Overview What is Ayurveda? Considered by many scholars to be the oldest healing science, Ayurveda is a holistic approach to health that is designed to help people live long, healthy, and well balanced lives. There are two main types of Ayurveda: traditional and Maharishi. How does it work? Just as everyone has a unique fingerprint, according to Ayurvedic beliefs, each person has a distinct pattern of energy -- a specific combination of physical, mental, and emotional characteristics. Vata -- energy that controls bodily functions associated with motion, including blood circulation, breathing, blinking, and heartbeat. Everyone has vata, pitta, and kapha, but usually 1 or 2 are dominant in a particular person. From a Western medical perspective, stress relief seems to be one of the ways Ayurveda works to help fight illness. What should I expect from an Ayurvedic treatment? Ayurvedic treatment focuses on rebalancing the doshas. Pranayama -- breathing exercises. What is Ayurveda good for?

livre : Les secrets perdus de l'acupuncture ayurvédique : Manuel d'acupuncture ayurvédique Acupuncture Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Acupuncture Acupuncture du poignet Classification médicale L’acupuncture[1] est une des branches de la médecine traditionnelle chinoise, basée sur l’implantation et la manipulation de fines aiguilles en divers points du corps à des fins thérapeutiques. L'acupuncture traditionnelle se base sur des concepts pré-scientifiques et vitalistes[2] en élaborant son raisonnement diagnostic et thérapeutique sur une vision énergétique taoïste de l'homme et de l'univers : l'homme, microcosme, organisé à l'image du macrocosme universel, se trouve donc soumis aux mêmes règles, qui devront inspirer son mode de vie, et serviront de trame à l'élaboration de l'acte médical. Des études scientifiques n'ont pas réussi à s'accorder sur la preuve d'efficacité de l'acupuncture dans le cadre de la gestion de la douleur sauf dans le cas de cervicalgies où plusieurs études méthodologiquement fiables semblent atteindre un consensus[réf. nécessaire]. Ils sont groupés en :