Psyche, Soma & Spirit

Every Symptom Tells a Story: Guided Imagery in Clinical Practice

By Marty Rossman, MD | Contributing Writer - Vol. 7, No. 4. , 2006

How someone envisions his or her health problems can give clues to deeper issues that keep them from optimal health. Martin Rossman, MD, an expert in guided imagery, explains how to use imagery to improve health outcomes.

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Amino Acid Therapy for Autism: Quelling the Nervous System on Fire

By Erik L. Goldman | Editor-in-Chief - Vol. 7, No. 2. , 2006

Neurotransmitter testing is revealing much about the nature of autism. Kids with this condition have extremely high levels of excitatory neurotransmitters, and very low inhibitory neurotransmitters. Basically, they’re constantly on overload. Carefully guided nutritional therapy can make a profound difference in their lives.

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To Ease Chronic Pain in Children, Look to the Family

By Erik L. Goldman | Editor-in-Chief - Vol. 6, No. 4. , 2005

Chronic pain syndromes, including back pain, headaches, and abdominal pain are on the rise in children. Better nutrition, biofeedback and attention to family dynamics can make a world of difference.

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Neurotransmitter Assessment Brings Light to Management of Psychiatric Problems

By Erik L. Goldman | Editor in Chief - Vol. 6, No. 3. , 2005

Depression, anxiety, insomnia and other psycho-emotional conditions can be effectively treated with targeted amino acid supplementation, reducing the need for expensive psychiatric drugs. Neuroscience, a new testing lab, offers doctors new tools for assessing neurotransmitter imbalances and planning treatment.

Magnesium, B12, Herbal Therapies Benefit Patients with Insomnia

By Janet Gulland | Contributing Writer - Vol. 6, No. 1. , 2005

Sleep problems are extremely common in our over-caffeinated, media-saturated lives. In many cases, nutritional and botanical substances like magnesium, Vitamin B12, and Valerian can help improve sleep without the need for prescription sleep medications.

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Sussing Out Sleep Problems

By Staff Writer - Vol. 6, No. 1. , 2005

A few simple questions can tell you a lot about someone’s sleep patterns, often opening up an important opportunity for health improvement.

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Integrative Medicine Calls For Integrative Thinking

By August West | Contributing Writer - Vol. 6, No. 1. , 2005

Much of what passes for “integrative” medicine these days is really just a main course of conventional medicine with a little side-dish of “alternative” services. According to Dr. Frank Lipman, who practices at the crossroad of allopathic medicine, traditional Asian medicine, and bodywork, true integration calls for a radical change in how physicians and patients view health, illness, and wellness.

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Research on Sound Therapy

By Administrator - Vol. 5, No. 3. , 2004

Sound therapies are being used to treat a range of physical and psychological ailments, and researchers are starting to understand more about how sounds can influence brainwave patterns, hormone secretion, and regulators of immune function. A guide to resources on sound therapy.

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Digestive, Metabolic Problems Abound in Patients with ADHD, Autism

By Erik L. Goldman | Editor in Chief - Vol. 5, No. 1. , 2004

ADHD and autism are associated with a host of digestive dysfunctions, including enzyme deficiencies, impaired liver detoxification, severe constipation and diarrhea. Jeff Bradstreet, a holistic pediatrician has treated thousands of ADHD and autism patients with a comprehensive nutritional regimen that begins with clearing up the digestive problems.

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