Ironically, when it comes to treating the ailments of modern life — which can beexacerbated by chronic stress and a relentlessly fast-paced life — thousand-year-old healing methods might be some of the best remedies. The exploding popularity of meditation and yoga in the West — the physical and mental health benefits of which are supported by an extensive body of scientific research — have put ancient healing methods on the map. In addition to the more popular mindfulness practices, there are many more timeworn (but still science-supported) self-healing methods you may not have heard of that can work wonders in boosting your health and well-being.
by Dr. Victor Marchione
When it comes to natural healing methods, there is certainly plenty of folklore. Ancient civilizations are documented to use all kinds of practices, from tree bark to meditation, in order to combat disease, improve clarity, and contribute to a healthier existence. Many of these healing techniques and substances are touted to be effective today, but does any hard evidence exist indicating they actually work? Can a healing method used in a simple, ancient time provide the relief you need in todays threatening surroundings? Do ancient techniques stand any chance of defending you against todays stress, sickness, disease, and pollution?
In some cases, ancient healing practices are effective for treating many common-day illnesses. Some practices are backed-up by recent scientific evidence, meaning they are definitely worth a try and can be effective. They are proven to work through unbiased experiments and can possibly help you if youre suffering from …
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