Alternative / Natural Health GuidesA growing number of people are turning to alternative medicine to take care of their health needs. The term alternative medicine, alternative health, or natural health means to use methods for health and healing that do not rely on drugs, surgery, and other conventional medical procedures for treating illness.
Other terms you may have heard are complementary
medicine, integrative medicine, and holistic
medicine. The goal is to treat the "whole person".
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various health conditions and what options you might have. Click
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Here are some of the key principles of
American Holistic Medical Association which should guide you in
your quest for the best health information you can get to live a
* Optimal health is the primary goal of holistic medical practice. It is the conscious pursuit of the highest level of functioning and balance of the physical, environmental, mental, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of human experience, resulting in a dynamic state of being fully alive. This creates a condition of well-being regardless of the presence or absence of disease.
* Whole Person: Holistic health care practitioners view people as the unity of body, mind, spirit and the systems in which they live.
* Prevention and Treatment: Practitioners promote health, prevent illness and help raise awareness of disease in our lives rather than merely managing symptoms. A holistic approach relieves symptoms, modifies contributing factors, and enhances the patient’s life system to optimize future well-being.
* Integration of Healing Systems: Holistic health care practitioners embrace a lifetime of learning about all safe and effective options in diagnosis and treatment. These options come from a variety of traditions, and are selected in order to best meet the unique needs of the patient. The realm of choices may include lifestyle modification and complementary approaches as well as conventional drugs and surgery.
* Individuality: Health care practitioners focus patient care on the unique needs and nature of the person who has an illness rather than the illness that has the person.
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The doctor of
the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the
care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of
Thomas A. Edison