How Natural Medicine Works To Cure Some Of Society’s Most Common Ailments
Dr. Ben Connolly
Natural medicine never used to be called “natural”, instead it was called just medicine because it was the only form of medicine known to man. Modern medicine has come leaps and bounds and we now enjoy a higher quality of life thanks to it. However, one does not replace the other. Instead, it is a blend of both which helps us to enhance our quality of lives.
Headaches are one of the most common complaints in the modern world, and there is a myriad of reasons for them. One of the most common reasons for a headache can be as simple as dehydration. So instead of reaching for the pills, why not try drinking 2 big glasses of water and waiting for 15 minutes. Headaches are often a warning sign that something is lacking in your body or that stress levels are too high, listen to them.
Upper Respiratory Tract Infections (aka your common cold)
Common colds or upper respiratory tract infections are something we all suffer from and generally, this is a watch and wait and allow the bodies own immune system to fight off the viral infection. Natural medicine helps immune function with things such as zinc, and can also help prevent getting sick by using probiotics and healthy nutrition.
What do you do when you sprain your ankle? We almost always reach for the ice to decrease the swelling as well as the pain signals. Once the swelling subsides we then switch to heat which increases circulation and helps the ligament to heal.
Nausea is something that we are all going to experience at some point in our lives. Some of us more than others, especially during pregnancy. Natural medicine has great and effective treatments such as ginger, fennel or vitamin B6 to calm and reduce nausea.
Natural medicine blended with modern medicine is an unstoppable force which we use to ehance your quality of life. Each system compliments the other and is not designed for one to replace the other. Let us not forget everything we have learned with natural medicine over the course of human evolution, after all, it has helped us survive thus far.
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