Healthy Way Issue 33
Unpleasant daytime experiences prevent sleep and create a state of depression and the ‘wheels’ which are supposed to stand still during the night turn faster and faster. Alfred Vogel looks at what can help.
This article features an extract from Jan de Vries fascinating book - Treating Body, Mind and Soul.
Practitioner Brian Murphy takes an in-depth look at the Bowen Technique, a natural and holistic therapy pioneered by Thomas Bowen (1916 –1982).
With the colon the main exit for food waste and toxins, naturopaths worry at any hint of complacency over its functioning. Alison Cullen explains the intricacies and looks at why and how to keep the bowels naturally healthy.
We look at health problems faced specifically by men, such as heart disease and prostate and how to avoid or to overcome them by natural means.
Rest and relaxation are watchwords but, along with the guide book and the phrase book, it’s always best to be prepared with a few remedies so that your holiday is not spoilt by that unexpected upset, writes Debbie Webber.
This Healthy World article looks at The Falkirk Wheel and its impact on the surrounding environment.
This beautiful tree with its white flowers gives us shiny brown conkers, which have been making themselves useful ever since the tree was imported from Asia in the 16th century.
In this feature, Alison Cullen addresses the readers' issues.
Did You Know features the Neem Tree, otherwise known in India as the 'Village Pharmacy.