Is Alternative Medicine for You?
Alternative medicines, also known as complementary and alternative therapies, or CAM, include natural and herbal remedies, mind-body therapies (such as tai chi, meditation, yoga, hypnotherapy, acupuncture and progressive relaxation), massage therapy, and other types of bodywork.How It Can Help
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Alternative Medicine Q&As
Dr. Robin Miller
Can alternative medicine help me reduce stress?
There are several alternative treatments that can help in dealing with stress. Yoga, meditation, exercise, acupuncture, massage and tai chi can all help. One of my favorite recommendations to patients who are stressed is theanine, an amino acid that can be found in a spray . . .
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Use alternative therapies to ease a range of health conditions, including pain, stress, and sleep problems.
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