Life can be challenging, and many people have problems that they cannot handle on their own. People with no religious practice have fewer places to turn when they are in distress. They must rely on their friends and family members to help them through their issues.
More and more ancient healing-techniques will be used to help and assist people in different situations where the health or the inner balance is harmed. The main view and perception of such techniques or methods are the Self or Soul needs to be healed and balanced first, then the Body will be well too.
Various approaches are known, or discovered and remembered, which express different views about Soul-Body Relation, i.e., the Vedic view express the chakras as energy points, and other methods use the power of breath (pranayama).
Eating a clean diet can be difficult, and it’s often associated with countless hours spent painstakingly preparing meals. But as time goes on and we start to realize the importance of looking after our health, more conscious takeout options are popping up. As endless eco-friendly, vegan and clean eating alternatives are available in a fast-food format, the guilt of a Friday night takeaway is finally removed.
Having a healthy physique comes with many benefits that may not be as obvious to the naked eye. Sure, looking better can be connected to feeling better as one’s attitude has a lot to do with their well-being. Nevertheless, the depth to which the connection between these two goes is truly mind-boggling.
The immune system is designed to help combat infection and uses a highly complex defense mechanism to identify and deal with foreign invaders. If you are unlucky enough to suffer from allergies, your immune system also responds inappropriately to substances not deemed harmful, (known as allergens). While hay fever is largely confined to the summer months, other allergic ‘triggers’ can be problematic far beyond this and make the life of an allergy sufferer extremely unpleasant.
Arthritis means inflammation of the joints and is characterized by pain, swelling, and stiffness and for some, reduced mobility. There are approximately a hundred million sufferers and many different types of arthritis. Probably the two most common are Osteoarthritis, (general wear and tear and therefore more typically associated with older adults), and rheumatoid arthritis (with an immune system involvement and can affect any age).