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Anti-aging – Global Stemgenn

Posted: April 29, 2019 at 3:50 am


Smart anti-aging is with stem cells therapy. Every one has to know !!

Age has no mercy. Our biggest fear is to loose mental faculty, body stamina & looks in that order. We all are scared of loosing strength, thinking power, fine operative skills & looks.

Amazing results with Stem cell anti aging therapy

Stem cell therapy is thehot new trend that does not require any surgery, but at the same time completely rejuvenates you, your organs and your face. Stem cell therapy is being widely hailed in the western world as the next magnum opus that would help human beings battle loosing mental faculty, cardio vascular issues, arthritis, hypertension, diabetes & more. Anti-aging spas or clinics have mushroomed in Europe, US, South East Asia and elsewhere because it has shown great merit. People with resources are lining up.

The procedure involves transplanting adult stem cells taken out from blood and fat from other parts of your body & infusing back into your system after processing and adding certain kinds of stem cell growth factors. It is followed by grand rejuvenation of both the transplanted stem cells and the local stem cells within your body. The treatment has wonderful effect restoring youthfulness of the face, bodystamina, vigor, hormone levels and overall well being.

Youthfulness of the face includes tightening of facial skin, and evening of fine lines and patchy skin color caused due to sun damage & natural aging. Stem cell facelift technology is currently nascent in India. Tie up with international companies for promoting this secret will be started soon in various forms.

Face rejuvenation with Stem Cell Therapy

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Step 1:Make an appointment

Just call us at +91 99105 96674 / 96505 11339 or mail us at contact@globalstemgenn.com to get your appointment with the SCT expert.

Step 2:Physicians screening

Before you can proceed with your anti-aging stem cell therapy, you will need to undergo a complete health screening to ensure your suitability and rule out any disease that may be present. At our center, we put safety first and will act only keeping your best health interests in mind.

Step 3:Result reviews

Our certified physician will review the results. Once it has been established that you are suitable for anti-aging SCT, we will then suggest a date convenient to you for stem cell therapy.

Step 4:Transplantation of live stem cells

The final step is the live transplant of stem cells into your body. You will be able to experience the effectiveness with in few hours.

Should you have any questions or queries, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you!

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Holistic Dental Association | Find a Holistic Dentist

Posted: April 26, 2019 at 9:50 am


The Holistic Dental Association is pleased to offer visitors a searchable database of our professional membership. Each active member is listed here, according to state. You can search by state or by a dentists last name. To search by state, please enter the the full name of the state or the states abbreviation.

200 Parkwest Circle Ste.1 Dothan, Alabama 36303

200 ParkWest Cir Ste. 1 Dothan, Alabama 36303

121 West Fireweed Ln #200 Anchorage, Alaska 99503-2053

4210 North 32nd St. Phoenix, Arizona 85018

704 S. Meadow St. Payson, Arizona 85541

7231 E Princess Blvd 207 Scottsdale, Arizona 85255

2999 North 44th Street Suite 640 Phoenix, Arizona 85018

1601 N Tucson Blvd #35 Tucson, Arizona 85916

3134 W. Carefree Hwy., Suite 9 Suite 9 Phoenix, Arizona 85086

2045 So. Vineyard Suite 153 Mesa, Arizona 85210

5705 N. Scottsdale Rd. Bldg D Suite 110 Scottsdale, Arizona 85250

551 E. Plaza Circle #C Litchfield Park, Arizona 85340

3718 S. Pinnacle Hills Pkwy Rogers, Arkansas 72758

1512 Shaw Ave. Clovis, California 93611

1401 N. Tustin Avenue Suite 345 Santa Ana, California 92705

5414 Sunrise Blvd. Suite E Citrus Heights, California 95610

10165 E Foothill Bvd #9 Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730

6325 Topanga Cyn. Blvd Suite 510 Woodland Hills, California 91367

3356 Loma Vista Rd Ventura, California 93003

2425 East St #11 Concord, California 94520

4700 Spring Street Suite 210 La Mesa, California 91942

4510 Executive Drive Suite 101 San Diego, California 92121

699 Hampshire Road #209 Westlake Village, California 91361

61 Avenida Las Palmas Rancho Mirage, California 92270

2017 Central Ave. Alameda, California 94501

41377 Margarita Rd. Suite 107 Temecula, California 92591

1293 Carlsbad Village Dr Carlsbad, California 92008

12626 Riverside Drive STE 407 Studio City, California 91607

530 Lomas Santa Fe Drive Suite K Solana Beach, California 92024

2345 Fourth Street Suite A Santa Rosa, California 95404

Disclaimer: The Holistic Dental Association is an organization whose membership is open to all practitioners (and the public) with an interest in holistic health in dentistry. Its mission does not support the discrimination against any member or potential member for any reason including but not limited to his or her philosophies on oral care. Therefore, membership in the Holistic Dental Association does not necessarily indicate that a practitioner is using holistic methods in his or her practice. We encourage all patients to discuss with any of our member dentists, the use of holistic methods in their practices to determine whether or not a practitioner is a good fit for your needs.

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Group Kickboxing Workout in Fanwood | CKO Kickboxing

Posted: April 23, 2019 at 2:49 pm


Whether you have previous kickboxing experience or youve never hit a bag in your life, youll fit right in at CKO. Many of our members never practiced kickboxing before stepping into our gym, and now they cant imagine their lives without it. To register for your first class, select your preferred time from the schedule and fill out your information online. Plan to arrive 15 to 20 minutes early for the beginners orientation. This will give you the chance to learn more about our facility, the workout and what to expect. Well get started by teaching you a few basic techniques that will make it easy to participate in the group workout.

Dont worry about bringing equipment to the gym, either. We provide the heavy bags; all you need to bring are tennis shoes, loose-fitting clothes and water. You can choose to bring your own gloves, but we also sell them in the gym. Our staff will help you find a pair that fits well to ensure your hands are protected during intense exercises. After your orientation is complete, youre ready to hit, and kick, the bag.

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U.S.1 Fitness Center

Posted: April 22, 2019 at 8:51 pm


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The wait is finally over. Our new location is just steps away from our current location in the Publix Shopping Center Plaza (12860 Biscayne Blvd). We have a brand new building with brand new equipment, not to mention all of the classes that you have come to love like Zumba, Yoga and Sculpting.

U.S.1 Fitness has been in business locally since 1992! We pride ourselves on being a family friendly fitness center and catering to our local residents. We offer a little something for everyone, starting with a wide variety of equipment and full schedule of aerobics classes.

We strive to be different from the masses by keeping our gym consistently clean and organized. U.S.1 Fitness is proud to have one of the friendliest and most helpful staffs around! We steer clear of high pressure sales and are proud to offer affordable prices.

We are open 364 days a year to conveniently provide a healthy lifestyle for our members! Most of those days we are also open 24 hours! Stop in and discover the U.S.1 Fitness difference. Club Policies & Guidelines

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Longevity | UNH Human Resources

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Definition

Longevity is an extra pay increment awarded to Hourly-Paid staff (Operating Staff) with a current hire dateprior to July 1, 2011,to recognize length of service to the University System. Longevity payments are not treated as benefits eligible, but are taken into account when computing the regular rate for overtime purposes to conform with FLSA regulations.

Longevity increments for Operating Staff are as follows:

For purposes of longevity only, a year of service will be equal to a calendar year of employment, i.e., 12 consecutive months from date of hire equals one calendar year. If an employee held a flex-year appointment of 50% for 10 years, the total years of service for longevity purposes would be 10 years.

The longevity increment, awarded each pay period, is calculated by multiplying the base pay for that pay period by the longevity percentage. Longevity is not included in vacation or earned time payout on termination.

Length of employment will start from the first day of status employment of at least 50% time for employees with a current hire date prior to July 1, 2011.

Longevity increments shall be effective on the staff member's anniversary date of employment.

Staff members will not have their longevity affected by absences due to illness, accident or leaves of absence. Exceptions to this is when an accident is incurred at a staff member's secondary employment outside the University System.

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Options Naturopathic | Naturopathic Clinic in Cleveland …

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Erin Holston Singh, N.D.,naturopathic doctor, came to Ohio in 1999 to pioneer a new era of natural medicine. As the first naturopathic doctor* with training at an accredited naturopathic schoolNational University of Natural Medicineor (NUNM) to settle in Ohio, she ushered in a new paradigm to the region.

This paradigm consists of the fundamentalnaturopathic philosophy, which states that the body inherently knows how to heal itself, if the obstacles to that healing process are removed. This website serves as an entrance into this model of thinking: that health and wellness are about normalizing physiology; that health is obtained by reversing those trends that suppressed acute illnesses and resulted in chronic disease. This fundamental concept is at the core of my approach, and is what is unfortunately tragically misunderstood by conventional medical approaches: if you knock out the bodys healing response (which usually presents as an acute illness), then you just create a chronic problem.

As a naturopathic doctor, pathology and disease is not my focus. Diagnoses are not important because naturopathic doctors do not treat disease, we optimize health, we improve physiological functioning, and we educate people on how to create wellness.

Please enjoy these pages to learn more about this approach. There is information about how toset up a consultation with me, as well astore, where you can receive free shipping on the products that Ive found to be most beneficial in regaining health.

* Ohio has been notoriously unfriendly to naturopathic doctors, with no licensing law and insistence that we not refer to ourselves as doctors, despite our degree. Many who moved here left the state after investigations by the Ohio Medical Board. All naturopathic doctors currently in Ohio carry a license from a state other than Ohio that does recognize naturopathic physicians. Erins license is from the state of Vermont.The Ohio Naturopathic Doctors Association(OHNDA) is actively pursuing licensure and hopes to introduce a bill in the legislature by Jan 2018.

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Alternative cancer treatments: 10 options to consider …

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Many people with cancer are interested in trying anything that may help them, including complementary and alternative cancer treatments. If cancer makes you feel as if you have little control over your health, alternative cancer treatments may offer some feeling of control. But many alternative cancer treatments are unproved and some may even be dangerous.

To help you sort out the good from the bad, here are 10 alternative cancer treatments that are generally safe. Plus, there is growing evidence that these 10 alternative cancer treatments may provide some benefit.

Alternative cancer treatments may not play a direct role in curing your cancer, but they may help you cope with signs and symptoms caused by cancer and cancer treatments. Common signs and symptoms such as anxiety, fatigue, nausea and vomiting, pain, difficulty sleeping, and stress may be lessened by alternative treatments.

Integrating the best of evidence-based complementary and alternative cancer treatments with the treatments you receive from your doctor may help relieve many of the symptoms associated with cancer and its treatment. Discuss all of your options with your doctor and together you can determine which strategies might work for you and which are likely to have no benefit.

Work closely with your doctor to determine the right balance between traditional medicines and alternative cancer treatments. While complementary and alternative cancer treatments, such as acupuncture, may reduce nausea or pain, they generally aren't powerful enough to replace cancer medications from your doctor.

These 10 alternative cancer treatments have shown some promise in helping people with cancer. Talk to your doctor if you're interested in trying:

Acupuncture. During acupuncture treatment, a practitioner inserts tiny needles into your skin at precise points. Studies show acupuncture may be helpful in relieving nausea caused by chemotherapy. Acupuncture may also help relieve certain types of pain in people with cancer.

Acupuncture is safe if it's performed by a licensed practitioner using sterile needles. Ask your doctor for names of trusted practitioners. Acupuncture isn't safe if you're taking blood thinners or if you have low blood counts, so check with your doctor first.

Aromatherapy. Aromatherapy uses fragrant oils to provide a calming sensation. Oils, infused with scents such as lavender, can be applied to your skin during a massage, or the oils can be added to bath water. Fragrant oils can also be heated to release their scents into the air. Aromatherapy may be helpful in relieving nausea, pain and stress.

Aromatherapy can be performed by a practitioner, or you can use aromatherapy on your own. Aromatherapy is safe, though oils applied to your skin can cause allergic reactions. People with cancer that is estrogen sensitive, such as some breast cancers, should avoid applying large amounts of lavender oil and tea tree oil to the skin.

Exercise. Exercise may help you manage signs and symptoms during and after cancer treatment. Gentle exercise may help relieve fatigue and stress and help you sleep better. Many studies now show that an exercise program may help people with cancer live longer and improve their overall quality of life.

If you haven't already been exercising regularly, check with your doctor before you begin an exercise program. Start slowly, adding more exercise as you go. Aim to work your way up to at least 30 minutes of exercise most days of the week.

Hypnosis. Hypnosis is a deep state of concentration. During a hypnotherapy session, a therapist may hypnotize you by talking in a gentle voice and helping you relax. The therapist will then help you focus on goals, such as controlling your pain and reducing your stress.

Hypnosis may be helpful for people with cancer who are experiencing anxiety, pain and stress. It may also help prevent anticipatory nausea and vomiting that can occur if chemotherapy has made you sick in the past. When performed by a certified therapist, hypnosis is safe. But tell your therapist if you have a history of mental illness.

Massage. During a massage, your practitioner kneads your skin, muscles and tendons in an effort to relieve muscle tension and stress and promote relaxation. Several massage methods exist. Massage can be light and gentle, or it can be deep with more pressure.

Studies have found massage can be helpful in relieving pain in people with cancer. It may also help relieve anxiety, fatigue and stress.

Massage can be safe if you work with a knowledgeable massage therapist. Many cancer centers have massage therapists on staff, or your doctor can refer you to a massage therapist who regularly works with people who have cancer.

Don't have a massage if your blood counts are very low. Ask the massage therapist to avoid massaging near surgical scars, radiation treatment areas or tumors. If you have cancer in your bones or other bone diseases, such as osteoporosis, ask the massage therapist to use light pressure, rather than deep massage.

Meditation. Meditation is a state of deep concentration when you focus your mind on one image, sound or idea, such as a positive thought. When meditating, you might also do deep-breathing or relaxation exercises. Meditation may help people with cancer by relieving anxiety and stress.

Meditation is generally safe. You can meditate on your own for a few minutes once or twice a day or you can take a class with an instructor.

Music therapy. During music therapy sessions, you might listen to music, play instruments, sing songs or write lyrics. A trained music therapist may lead you through activities designed to meet your specific needs, or you may participate in music therapy in a group setting. Music therapy may help relieve pain and control nausea and vomiting.

Music therapy is safe and doesn't require any musical talent to participate. Many medical centers have certified music therapists on staff.

Relaxation techniques. Relaxation techniques are ways of focusing your attention on calming your mind and relaxing your muscles. Relaxation techniques might include activities such as visualization exercises or progressive muscle relaxation.

Relaxation techniques may be helpful in relieving anxiety and fatigue. They may also help people with cancer sleep better.

Relaxation techniques are safe. Typically a therapist leads you through these exercises and eventually you may be able to do them on your own or with the help of guided relaxation recordings.

Tai chi. Tai chi is a form of exercise that incorporates gentle movements and deep breathing. Tai chi can be led by an instructor, or you can learn tai chi on your own following books or videos. Practicing tai chi may help relieve stress.

Tai chi is generally safe. The slow movements of tai chi don't require great physical strength, and the exercises can be easily adapted to your own abilities. Still, talk to your doctor before beginning tai chi. Don't do any tai chi moves that cause pain.

Yoga. Yoga combines stretching exercises with deep breathing. During a yoga session, you position your body in various poses that require bending, twisting and stretching. There are many types of yoga, each with its own variations.

Yoga may provide some stress relief for people with cancer. Yoga has also been shown to improve sleep and reduce fatigue.

Before beginning a yoga class, ask your doctor to recommend an instructor who regularly works with people with health concerns, such as cancer. Avoid yoga poses that cause pain. A good instructor can give you alternative poses that are safe for you.

You may find some alternative treatments work well together. For instance, deep breathing during a massage may provide further stress relief.

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Anti-Aging Skin Care Products | Vichy Laboratories

Posted: April 20, 2019 at 8:46 pm


Massaging your face for just one minute each day can help with anti aging now thats enough to put a smile back on anyones face!

Step 1. Apply directly to your vertical linesFrom frown lines to laughter lines, then under the corners of your lips.

Step 2. Pinch & slide along your laughter linesPinch a fold of skin between the fleshy part of your first 3 fingers and the second joint of your thumb. Work your way up the laughter line, then hold your 3 fingers tightly together and slide them along to your temple. Repeat 3 times.

Step 3. Pinch & slide along your forehead to tackle your frown linesUse repeated pinching movements to work from the top of your nose to the centre of your forehead, then firmly slide your fingers outwards towards your temple for a tensing effect. Repeat the movements 3 times.

Step 4. Plump up lip contour to avoid marionette linesUse the fleshy part of your index finger & your thumb to make little pinching movements at right angles to your wrinkles on the edge of your upper lip. Repeat several times along your upper lip.

Step 5. Finish off with an upward smoothing movement over your whole faceMassage working from the inside outwards.

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What Is the Okinawa Diet? Foods, Longevity, and More

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Okinawa is the largest of the Ryukyu Islands located off the coast of Japan between the East China and Philippine Seas.

Okinawa belongs to one of five regions of the world known as blue zones. People who reside in blue zones live exceptionally long, healthy lives compared to the rest of the worlds population ().

The lifespans enjoyed by Okinawans may be explained by several genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. That said, experts believe that one of the strongest influences is diet.

This article explores the Okinawa diet, including its primary foods, health benefits, and possible drawbacks.

In the purest sense, the Okinawa diet refers to the traditional eating patterns of the people living on the Japanese island of Okinawa. Their unique diet and lifestyle are credited with giving them some of the longest lifespans on the planet.

The traditional Okinawa diet is low in calories and fat while high in carbs. It emphasizes vegetables and soy products alongside occasional and small amounts of noodles, rice, pork, and fish.

In recent years, the modernization of food production and dietary habits has led to a shift in the macronutrient content of the Okinawa diet. Although still low-calorie and primarily carb-based, it now contains more protein and fat.

The macronutrient breakdown of the Okinawa diet is outlined in this table ():

Additionally, Okinawan culture treats food as medicine and utilizes many practices from traditional Chinese medicine. As such, the diet includes herbs and spices known for having health benefits, such as turmeric and mugwort ().

Okinawan lifestyle also emphasizes daily physical activity and mindful eating practices.

The health benefits associated with the traditional Okinawan diet have given rise to a mainstream version intended to promote weight loss. While it encourages intake of nutrient-dense foods, this offshoot is heavily influenced by the Western diet.

Many of the Okinawa diets benefits may be attributed to its rich supply of whole, nutrient-dense, high-antioxidant foods.

Essential nutrients are important for the proper function of your body, while antioxidants protect your body against cellular damage.

Unlike other Japanese, Okinawans consume very little rice. Instead, their main source of calories is the sweet potato, followed by whole grains, legumes, and fiber-rich vegetables.

The staple foods in a traditional Okinawan diet are ():

Whats more, jasmine tea is consumed liberally on this diet, and antioxidant-rich spices like turmeric are common ().

The traditional Okinawa diet is quite restrictive compared to a modern, Western diet.

Because of Okinawas relative isolation and island geography, a wide variety of foods have not been accessible for much of its history.

Thus, to follow this diet, youll want to restrict the following groups of foods ():

Because the modern, mainstream version of the Okinawa diet is based primarily on calorie content, it allows for more flexibility.

Some of the lower-calorie foods like fruit may be permitted, although most of the higher-calorie foods such as dairy, nuts, and seeds are still limited.

The Okinawa diet has a number of health benefits, which are often attributed to its high antioxidant content and high-quality, nutritious foods.

The most notable benefit of the traditional Okinawa diet is its apparent impact on lifespan. Okinawa is home to more centenarians or people who live to be at least 100 years old than anywhere else in the world ().

Proponents of the mainstream version of the diet claim that it also promotes longevity, but no substantial research is available to validate these claims.

Many factors influence longevity, including genetics and environment but lifestyle choices also play a significant role.

High levels of free radicals or reactive particles that cause stress and cellular damage in your body may accelerate aging ().

Research suggests that antioxidant-rich foods may help slow the aging process by protecting your cells from free radical damage and reducing inflammation ().

The traditional Okinawa diet is comprised primarily of plant-based foods that offer potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory capacities, which possibly promote a longer lifespan.

The diets low-calorie, low-protein, and high-carb foods may also promote longevity.

Animal studies suggest that a calorie-restricted diet made up of more carbs and less protein tends to support a longer lifespan, compared to high-protein Western diets (, ).

More research is needed to better understand how the Okinawa diet may contribute to longevity in humans.

Okinawans not only live long lives but also experience fewer chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

Diet likely plays a role, as Okinawan foods boast essential nutrients, fiber, and anti-inflammatory compounds while being low in calories, refined sugar, and saturated fats.

In the traditional diet, most calories come from sweet potatoes. Some experts even claim that the sweet potato is one of the healthiest foods you can eat ().

Sweet potatoes provide a healthy dose of fiber and have a low glycemic index (GI), meaning that they dont contribute to sharp rises in blood sugar. They also offer essential nutrients like calcium, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins A and C ().

Whats more, sweet potatoes and other colorful vegetables frequently consumed on Okinawa contain powerful plant compounds called carotenoids.

Carotenoids have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits and may play a role in preventing heart disease and type 2 diabetes (, ).

The Okinawa diet also supplies relatively high levels of soy.

Research suggests that particular soy-based foods are associated with a reduced risk of chronic illnesses like heart disease and certain types of cancer, including breast cancer ().

Although the Okinawa diet has many benefits, possible drawbacks exist as well.

The traditional Okinawa diet excludes different groups of foods many of which are quite healthy.

This can make strict adherence to the diet difficult and may limit valuable sources of important nutrients. Moreover, some Okinawan foods may not be accessible depending on your location.

For instance, the diet contains very little fruit, nuts, seeds, and dairy. Collectively, these foods provide an excellent source of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can boost your health (, , ).

Restricting these food groups may not be necessary and could be detrimental if youre not careful to replace missing nutrients.

For this reason, some people prefer the mainstream, weight loss version of the Okinawa diet because its more flexible with food choices.

The biggest downside to the Okinawa diet may be its high sodium content.

Some versions of the diet dole out as much as 3,200 mg of sodium per day. This level of sodium intake may not be appropriate for some people particularly those who have high blood pressure (, ).

The American Heart Association recommends limiting sodium intake to 1,500 mg per day if you have high blood pressure and 2,300 mg per day if you have normal blood pressure (16).

High sodium intake can increase retention of fluid within blood vessels, leading to increased blood pressure.

Notably, the Okinawa diet tends to be high in potassium, which may offset some of the potential negative effects of high sodium intake. Adequate potassium intake helps your kidneys remove excess fluid, resulting in reduced blood pressure ().

If youre interested in trying the Okinawa diet but need to limit your sodium intake, try to avoid the foods highest in sodium such as miso or dashi.

Although the Okinawa diet has many positive health effects, some people may prefer a less restrictive or less carb-heavy diet.

Several aspects of the diet may benefit your health, such as its emphasis on vegetables, fiber, and antioxidant-rich foods coupled with its restrictions on sugar, refined grains, and excess fat.

Lifestyle principles promoted by Okinawan culture including daily exercise and mindfulness may also provide measurable health benefits.

That said, these principles can likewise be applied to many other diets and lifestyles.

If youre unsure whether the Okinawa diet fits your dietary goals, consider talking to your dietitian or healthcare provider to create a plan tailored to your needs.

The Okinawa diet is based on the foods and lifestyle of Okinawa islanders in Japan.

It emphasizes nutrient-dense, high-fiber vegetables and lean protein sources while discouraging saturated fat, sugar, and processed foods.

Although its benefits may include a longer lifespan, it can be restrictive and high in sodium.

Still, a modern form of the diet lifts some of these restrictions and is geared toward weight loss. Keep in mind that this modern version has not undergone rigorous scientific study.

If youre interested in improving your overall health and boosting your longevity, the Okinawa diet could be worth trying out.

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Posted: April 19, 2019 at 9:50 am


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Posted: April 14, 2019 at 1:47 pm


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Holistic Integrative Medicine and Dental Center | Washington …

Posted: April 13, 2019 at 8:51 am


Patient-Centered Care - Treats the root cause of illness - Uses all therapies to enhance natural healing

Disease Management and Prevention - Doctor as partner - Incorporates nutrition, lifestyle, natural and anti-aging therapies

Treatment of the Whole Person - For optimum health and wellness, not just freedom from disease

National Integrated Health Associates (NIHA) are leaders in holistic & integrative medicine and biological dentistry. NIHA has been serving the Washington D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia metropolitan area since 1995, although patients come from all over the United States to our integrative medical and dental center.

Integrative doctors blend the best of western medicine and safe, natural therapies to help the body heal. Our professional health team is comprised of holistic, integrative and functional medical physicians, biological dentists, a pediatrician, naturopaths, chiropractor, and health professionals highly skilled in acupuncture, nutrition, and other healing therapies, all in one location.

Good health is a choice. Your commitment and dedication to wellness is our priority too.

Holistic Primary Care at NIHA Our holistic primary care providers look at the whole person: physical and emotional wellbeing, and offer not only traditional primary care but incorporate healing and complementary and alternative therapies to help you achieve optimum wellness. Cathlene Heideman NP, Denia Tapscott MD, Ching Voss MD and Dawn Cannon MD, MS will coordinate all your health care needs and therapies in our comprehensive center. Click to schedule an appointment.

Integrative medicine looks at the patient holistically, and may assess a patient in different ways in addition to traditional medical examinations and lab tests. These assessments are useful in telling us how the body is functioning, and in identifying the root cause of your health issue. Identifying and treating the root cause of illness or imbalance is a tenet of integrative and functional medicine. We offer more treatment options and therapies for healing mind, body and spirit, not just treating the symptoms.

Holistic & Biological Dentistry: Biological dentists use only safe, mercury-free, biocompatible materials and view your oral health as an integral part of overall health. Call 202-237-7000 ext. 2 to learn more about 21st century family dentistry or Request a dental appointment.

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Holistic Health Definition: The Essential Elements …

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Editor's Update-Dec 2017:We have an updated and in-depth blog series on Alternative, Complementary, and Integrative Medicine.

Holistic medicine is an ancient system of health care that dates back thousands of years ago, however the expression is of much more recent vintage. The word "holism" was coined by Jan Christiaan Smuts in 1926 to describe the concept that living beings are "greater than and different from the sum of their parts. The word "holistic" wasn't widely used until the 1970s.

Now that you know a little bit more about the history of the term, you may be wondering: "What is the definition of holistic medicine? To understand more, it helps to explorethree essential elements of the philosophy behind it.

It takes the whole person into consideration.

Have you ever visited a doctor of traditional medicine and get the feeling like the whole picture of your health wasn't being evaluatedto make a diagnosis? Western medicine often focuses on treating symptoms, as opposed to always trying to determine the underlying causes of a condition, which is a focus of holistic medicine.

The American Holistic Health Association(AHHA) describes it this way:

"Rather than focusing on illness or specific parts of the body, this ancient approach to health considers the whole person and how he or she interacts with his or her environment. It emphasizes the connection of mind, body, and spirit. The goal is to achieve maximum well-being, where everything is functioning the very best that is possible."

Mind, body and spirit these aspects of each patient are considered to be intertwined and essential to achieving optimal health. Human beings are comprised of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual elements is another way to look at it.

It focuses on natural healing.

While holistic medicinemay incorporate treatments from mainstream health care, drugs and surgery are not the line of first defense.

These are some of the focuses of primary care treatment in holistic medicine:

By definition, holistic medicine is about lifestyle changes, noninvasiveremedies and improving the flow of a person's life-force energy, along with enhancing the body's own ability to heal itself.

It's patient-empowering.

Holistic health is a lifestyle. It doesn't stop and start when you walk in and out of a practitioner's office. What the patient does on a daily basis to tend to their mind, body and spirits is as important as any treatment or herbal remedies they receive.

According to the AHHA:

"[Holistic medicine] teaches patients to take responsibility for their own health, and in so doing is: cost-effective in treating both acute and chronic illness; therapeutic in preventing and treating chronic disease; essential in creating optimal health."

Many people opt for holistic medicine because it's a way for them to feel empowered in their own health care. They don't have to wait for drugs to work or surgery to fix them, they can take measures to enhance their well beingon their own.

If you're interested in training to become a holistic health practitioner, Acupuncture and Massage College offers degrees in massage therapy and Orientalmedicine. Contact the school for more information at (305) 595-9500or by emailing us at admissions@amcollege.edu. We are located at 10506 N Kendall Drive, Miami, FL 33176.

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Public Health – Journal – Elsevier

Posted: April 10, 2019 at 8:44 pm


Public Health is an international, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal. It publishes original papers, reviews and short reports on all aspects of the science, philosophy, and practice of public health.

It is aimed at all public health practitioners and researchers and those who manage and deliver...

Public Health is an international, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal. It publishes original papers, reviews and short reports on all aspects of the science, philosophy, and practice of public health.

It is aimed at all public health practitioners and researchers and those who manage and deliver public health services and systems. It will also be of interest to anyone involved in provision of public health programmes, the care of populations or communities and those who contribute to public health systems in any way.

Published twelve times a year, Public Health considers submissions on any aspect of public health across age groups and settings.

These include: Public health practice and impact Applied Epidemiology Need or impact assessments Health service effectiveness, management and re-design Health Protection including control of communicable diseases Health promotion and disease prevention Evaluation of public health programmes or interventions Public health governance, audit and quality Public health law and ethics Public health policy and comparisons Capacity in public health systems and workforce

This is not an exhaustive list and the Editors will consider articles on any issue relating to public health.

Public Health also publishes invited articles, reviews and supplements from leading experts on topical issues.

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Holistic Medicine – Dr. J’s Imagine Wellness Centre

Posted: April 9, 2019 at 2:44 am


There are many false conceptions about what exactly constitutes holistic medicine, so lets try and explain it in everyday terms. Holistic in its most basic definition simply means that things are connected. When assessing an ailment or illness, a holistic doctor will try to evaluate the entire person, which will include the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of that person.

This is a much different approach to the way in which a traditional doctor might tackle a problem. The best way to explain this would be if a patient presented with frequent and regular migraines. A traditional physicians first reaction might be to prescribe some form or medication which targets the migraines. A holistic doctor, however, would not only deal with the issue presented, but also try to ascertain the cause of the problem, and then try to prevent that problem at source.

The options available to a holistic doctor are extensive and varied, including the use of traditional medication, ascertaining spiritual practices and beliefs, assessing the patients diet, stress levels and maybe even their sleep patterns. This will then provide the holistic doctor with significantly more information with which to work. The theory is similar to a vacuum cleaner for instance. If the filter in a vacuum cleaner has become blocked, then the machine will not be as efficient at its job, and the motor will have to work twice or three times as hard to achieve fifty percent of the result. In holistic terms, if the person is not getting enough sleep, has a poor diet and is highly stressed, these could all be factors, that are contributing to the migraine problems.

Think of holistic medicine as complementary and additional to traditional medicine. By dealing with the whole problem, rather than just the symptoms, holistic medicine offers positive and alternative solutions.

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Holistic Medicine Services – MD Wellness

Posted: April 8, 2019 at 3:42 am


At MD Wellness, we make every effort to bring back the old-fashioned relationship between Doctor and Patient. Our practice is to spend as much time and effort to understanding the big picture underlying your medical issues. Using this knowledge, we can bring you the individualized, biomarker-targeted treatments that you require to achieve long lasting solutions. You must understand that any symptom or disease that you are suffering from has a metabolic component to it. At MD Wellness, we measure metabolic parameters, and then direct treatment to restore your metabolic balance.

You have multiple systems in your body that need to function together in order for you to be healthy. These vital systems include your immune system, your nervous system and your endocrine system (INE system). When your body is under some form of stress, (like poor diet, lack of sleep, too much conflict at work or exposure to mold for example) your immune, nervous and endocrine systems (INE system) will swing into action to defend your body against these stressors. However, if your stress levels become excessive or last too long, these same INE defense mechanisms can start to impair your bodys ability to control your INE system.

At MD Wellness, our methodology is in our name, which stands for Metabolically Directed Wellness. We believe that all chronic conditions relate to imbalances in your bodys chemistry. Unfortunately, too many well-intentioned doctors and healers try to treat your symptoms without finding what is causing your problems in the first place. We believe in find the cause, fix the cause as the only rational approach to giving you a better quality of life moving forward.

To learn more about MD Wellness contact us today by giving us a call at (732) 268-7663 or byrequesting an appointment online.

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Posted: April 6, 2019 at 9:46 pm


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Series LPC1823JET100 Jan 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1822JET100 Jan 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1813JET100 Jan 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1825JET100 Jan 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1812JET100 Jan 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1815JET100 Jan 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1830FET180 Jun 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1850FET180 Jun 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A14JBD48 May 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A12FBD48 Jun 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A13JHI33 May 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E68JBD48 May 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E37FBD48 Nov 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E36FBD64 Nov 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E37FBD64 Nov 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E36FHN33 Nov 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114LVFHN24 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114LVFHN24 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC43S70FET256 Jun 2016 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112LVFHI33 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114LVFHI33 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112LVFHN24 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC43S70FET100 Jun 2016 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1102LVUK Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114FDH28 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1115FET48 Dec 2017 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1102UK Mar 2011 Microcontrollers LPC51U68 MCUs LPC51U68 Jun 2018 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1787FBD208 Nov 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1786FBD208 Nov 2011 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2387FBD100 Nov 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2368FET100 Nov 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2368FBD100 Nov 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2366FBD100 Nov 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2364FET100 Nov 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2364FBD100 Nov 2007 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1788FET208 Oct 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1788FBD208 Oct 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1785FBD208 Oct 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1785FBD208 Oct 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1778FET208 Oct 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1778FBD208 Oct 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1777FBD208 Oct 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1776FBD208 Oct 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1774FBD208 Oct 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1200 Series LPC12D27FBD100 Aug 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1200 Series LPC1227FBD64 Apr 2011 Microcontrollers LPC2200 Series LPC2210FBD144 Apr 2006 Microcontrollers LPC2200 Series LPC2290FBD144 Apr 2006 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC8N04 Oct 2017 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC811M001JDH16 Jul 2013 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC812M101JD20 Jul 2013 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC812M101JDH16 Jul 2013 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC810M021FN8 Jul 2013 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC84X Jun 2017 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E67JBD100 Jul 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E67JBD64 Jul 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U66JBD48 Jul 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U67JBD100 Jul 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U67JBD64 Jul 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1104UK Mar 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1311FHN33 Jun 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1313FBD48 Jun 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1313FHN33 Jun 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U37FBD64 Mar 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112FHN33 Nov 2013 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC812M101JDH20 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC832M101FDH20 Aug 2016 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC834M101FHI33 Aug 2016 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC822M101JDH20 Oct 2014 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC824M201JDH20 Oct 2014 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC822M101JHI33 Oct 2014 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC824M201JHI33 Oct 2014 Microcontrollers LPC2200 Series LPC2220FBD144 Jan 2006 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4312JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4313JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4315JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4317JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4322JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4323JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4325JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4327JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4330FBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4333JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4337JET100 Jan 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4337JET256 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4337JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1812JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1813JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1815JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1817JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1822JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1823JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1825JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1827JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1833JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1837JBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S50FET256 Oct 2016 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S50FET180 Oct 2016 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S30FET256 Oct 2016 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S30FET100 Oct 2016 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S30FBD144 Oct 2016 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S10FET100 Oct 2016 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S10FBD144 Oct 2016 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U67JBD48 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E66JBD48 Jul 2014 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2131FBD64 May 2006 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2146FBD64 Apr 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2420FBD208 Aug 2010 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2420FET208 Aug 2010 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2460FBD208 Aug 2010 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2460FET208 Aug 2010 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2470FBD208 Aug 2010 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2470FET208 Aug 2010 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2478FBD208 Aug 2010 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2478FET208 Aug 2010 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U68JBD64 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1342FBD48 Jan 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1774FBD144 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1776FET180 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1778FBD144 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1778FET180 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1788FBD144 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1788FET180 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1115FBD48 Jun 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A02UK Jun 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1115JBD48 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1115JET48 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2365FBD100 Dec 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2367FBD100 Dec 2007 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E11FHN33 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E12FBD48 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E13FBD48 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E14FBD48 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E14FBD64 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E14FHN33 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U12FBD48 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U12FHN33 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U13FBD48 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U14FBD48 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U14FHI33 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U14FHN33 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U23FBD48 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U24FBD48 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U24FBD64 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U24FHI33 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U24FHN33 Jan 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1768UK Mar 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U22FBD48 Mar 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4353JBD208 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4357JBD208 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1853JBD208 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1857JBD208 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E37HFBD64 Nov 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U37HFBD64 Nov 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1343FHN33 Dec 2010 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U68JBD100 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4310FBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4320FBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1810FBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1820FBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1830FBD144 Jan 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11D14FBD100 Oct 2011 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2364HBD100 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1113JBD48 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1113JHN33 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114JBD48 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114JHN33 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11C12FBD48 Jul 2010 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11C14FBD48 Jul 2010 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4370FET100 Sep 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11H35FBD64 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11H37FBD64 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U34FBD48 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U34FHN33 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U35FBD48 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U35FBD64 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U35FET48 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U35FHI33 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U35FHN33 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U36FBD48 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U36FBD64 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U37FBD48 Apr 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1751FBD80 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1752FBD80 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1754FBD80 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1756FBD80 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1758FBD80 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1764FBD100 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1765FBD100 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1766FBD100 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1767FBD100 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1768FBD100 Aug 2009 Microcontrollers LPC3100 Series LPC3130FET180 Dec 2008 Microcontrollers LPC3100 Series LPC3131FET180 Dec 2008 Microcontrollers LPC3100 Series LPC3141FET180 Dec 2008 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1517JBD48 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1517JBD64 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1518JBD100 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1518JBD64 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1519JBD100 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1519JBD64 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1547JBD48 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1547JBD64 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1548JBD100 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1548JBD64 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1549JBD100 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1549JBD48 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1500 Series LPC1549JBD64 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1111JHN33 Mar 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112JHN33 Mar 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U68JBD48 Mar 2014 Microcontrollers LPC3200 Series LPC3220FET296 Nov 2009 Microcontrollers LPC3200 Series LPC3240FET296 Nov 2009 Microcontrollers LPC3200 Series LPC3250FET296 Nov 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E35FHI33 Sep 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1111FHN33 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114JHI33 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114FBD48 Sep 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112FHN24 Feb 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E67JBD48 Mar 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E68JBD64 Mar 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11E68JBD100 Mar 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A04UK May 2013 Microcontrollers LPC3100 Series LPC3143FET180 Oct 2009 Microcontrollers LPC3100 Series LPC3154FET208 Oct 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1124JBD48 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1125JBD48 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2362FBD100 Jul 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2361FBD100 May 2008 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1759FBD80 Dec 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1769FBD100 Dec 2009 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC43S37JET100 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC43S57JET256 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC43S37JBD144 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC43S57JBD208 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1817JET100 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S37JET100 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S57JET256 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S37JBD144 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC18S57JBD208 Feb 2015 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2468FET208 Mar 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2468FBD208 Feb 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2377FBD144 Feb 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2388FBD144 Feb 2008 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4370FET256 Sep 2013 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2132FBD64 Aug 2006 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2136FBD64 Aug 2006 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2138FHN64 Aug 2006 Microcontrollers LPC2400 Series LPC2458FET180 Feb 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2300 Series LPC2378FBD144 Feb 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2142FBD64 Jun 2006 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2144FBD64 Jun 2006 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2148FBD64 Jun 2006 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1763FBD100 May 2010 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1342FHN33 Oct 2009 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1343FBD48 Oct 2009 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2141FBD64 Jun 2006 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A11FHN33 Jun 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A12FHN33 Jun 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A13FHI33 Jun 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A14FBD48 Jun 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11A14FHN33 Jun 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1768FET100 Mar 2011 Microcontrollers LPC2200 Series LPC2292FET144 Sep 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1315FBD48 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1315FHN33 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1316FBD48 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1316FHN33 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1317FBD48 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1317FBD64 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1317FHN33 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1345FBD48 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1345FHN33 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1346FBD48 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1346FHN33 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1347FBD48 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1347FBD64 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1300 Series LPC1347FHN33 Jul 2012 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2134FBD64 Jun 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2900 Series LPC2917FBD144 Jun 2010 Microcontrollers LPC2900 Series LPC2919FBD144 Jun 2010 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U14FET48 Nov 2011 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC812M101JTB16 Oct 2014 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1113FBD48 Apr 2010 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1113FHN33 Apr 2010 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114FHN33 Apr 2010 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112JHI33 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11C22FBD48 Mar 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11C24FBD48 Mar 2011 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4310FET100 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4320FET100 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4330FET100 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4330FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4333FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4333JET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4337FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4350FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4353FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4300 Series LPC4357FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1810FET100 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1820FET100 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1830FET100 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1830FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1833FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1833JET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1837FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1850FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1853FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC1800 Series LPC1857FET256 Aug 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4072FBD80 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4072FET80 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4074FBD144 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4074FBD80 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4076FBD144 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4076FET180 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4078FBD100 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4078FBD144 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4078FBD208 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4078FBD80 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4078FET180 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4078FET208 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4088FBD144 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4088FBD208 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4088FET180 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC4000 Series LPC4088FET208 Dec 2013 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2101FBD48 Feb 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2103FBD48 Feb 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2104FBD48 May 2008 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2106FBD48 May 2008 Microcontrollers LPC800 Series LPC80X Feb 2018 Microcontrollers LPC54000 Series LPC540XX Feb 2018 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54101J256BD64 Nov 2014 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54101J256UK49 Nov 2014 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54101J512BD64 Nov 2014 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54101J512UK49 Nov 2014 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54102J256BD64 Nov 2014 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54102J256UK49 Nov 2014 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54102J512BD64 Nov 2014 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54102J512UK49 Nov 2014 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54113J128BD64 Aug 2016 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54113J256BD64 Aug 2016 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54113J256UK49 Oct 2016 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54114J256BD64 Aug 2016 Microcontrollers LPC54100 Series LPC54114J256UK49 Oct 2016 Microcontrollers LPC54600 Series LPC546XX Dec 2016 Microcontrollers LPC2200 Series LPC2212FBD144 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2200 Series LPC2214FBD144 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2200 Series LPC2292FBD144 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2200 Series LPC2294HBD144 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2109FBD64 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2114FBD64 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2119FBD64 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2124FBD64 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2129FBD64 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2194HBD64 Aug 2007 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1110FD20 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1111FDH20 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112FD20 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112FDH20 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112FDH28 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114FN28 Aug 2012 Microcontrollers LPC2100 Series LPC2138FBD64 Dec 2008 Microcontrollers LPC1700 Series LPC1765FET100 Dec 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1112FHI33 Dec 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC1114FHI33 Dec 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1100 Series LPC11U24FET48 Nov 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1200 Series LPC1224FBD48 Apr 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1200 Series LPC1224FBD64 Apr 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1200 Series LPC1225FBD48 Apr 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1200 Series LPC1225FBD64 Apr 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1200 Series LPC1226FBD48 Apr 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1200 Series LPC1226FBD64 Apr 2011 Microcontrollers LPC1200 Series LPC1227FBD48 Apr 2011 Processors PowerQUICC II Pro MPC8309 Mar 2011 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8540 Jun 2000 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8541 Jul 2001 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8555 Jul 2001 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8560 Jul 2002 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8543 Sep 2004 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8545 Sep 2004 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8547 Sep 2004 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8548 Sep 2004 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8544 Sep 2006 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8572E Jun 2007 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8610 Sep 2007 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8536 Sep 2008 Processors PowerQUICC III MPC8569 Feb 2009 Processors 32-bit ColdFire MCF5251 Feb 2007 Processors 32-bit ColdFire MCF51JU Mar 2012 Processors 32-bit ColdFire MCF51JF Mar 2012 Processors 32-bit ColdFire MCF51QU Mar 2012 Processors 32-bit ColdFire MCF51QM Mar 2012 Processors i.MX Family i.MX25 Jun 2009 Processors i.MX Family i.MX25 (Auto) Jun 2009 Processors i.MX Family i.MX27 Jun 2007 Processors i.MX Family i.MX28 Sep 2010 Processors i.MX Family i.MX28 (Auto) Sep 2010 Processors i.MX Family i.MX31 Jun 2005 Processors i.MX Family i.MX35 Oct 2008 Processors i.MX Family i.MX35 (Auto) Oct 2008 Processors i.MX Family i.MX50 Jul 2011 Processors i.MX Family i.MX51 Nov 2009 Processors i.MX Family i.MX53 Feb 2011 Processors i.MX Family i.MX53 (Auto) Feb 2011 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6DualPlus Feb 2016 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6DualPlus (Industrial, Auto) Feb 2016 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6UltraLite Sep 2015 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6UltraLite (Industrial, Auto) Sep 2015 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6ULZ Nov 2018 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6QuadPlus Feb 2016 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6QuadPlus (Industrial, Auto) Feb 2016 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6SoloLite Nov 2012 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6SoloX Feb 2015 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6SoloX (Industrial, Auto) Feb 2015 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6Solo Nov 2012 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6Solo (Industrial, Auto) Nov 2012 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6Dual Nov 2012 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6Dual (Industrial, Auto) Nov 2012 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6DualLite Nov 2012 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6DualLite (Industrial, Auto) Nov 2012 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6Quad Nov 2012 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6Quad (Industrial, Auto) Nov 2012 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6SLL Jun 2017 Processors i.MX 6 Series i.MX 6ULL Oct 2016 Processors i.MX 7 Series i.MX 7Dual Aug 2016 Processors i.MX 7 Series i.MX 7Solo Aug 2016 Processors i.MX RT series i.MX RT1015 Mar 2019 Processors i.MX RT series i.MX RT1050 Oct 2017 Processors i.MX RT series i.MX RT1064 Nov 2018 Processors i.MX 8M Family i.MX 8M Jan 2018 Processors i.MX 8M Family i.MX 8M Mini Feb 2019 Processors Vybrid Vybrid F Series Jun 2013 Processors Vybrid Vybrid R Series Dec 2014 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LX2160A Oct 2017 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LX2120A Oct 2017 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LX2080A Oct 2017 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LS1012A Apr 2016 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LS1020A/22A Sep 2013 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LS1021A Sep 2013 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LS1027A/17A Oct 2018 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LS1028A/18A Oct 2018 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LS1043A/23A Oct 2015 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LS1046A Mar 2016 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LS1088A/48A Jun 2015 Processors QorIQ Layerscape LS2088A/44A Apr 2014 Processors QorIQ P1010/14 Nov 2010 Processors QorIQ 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What Japanese longevity expert Hinohara ate every day

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Longevity expert Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara lived to be 105 years old.

Hinohara, former chairman emeritus of Tokyo's St. Luke's International University and former honorary president of St. Luke's International Hospital, was perhaps best known for his book, "Living Long, Living Good."

But Hinohara's own longevity wasn't due to strict or rigid regimens.

"It's best not to tire the body with too many rules such as lunchtime and bedtime," Hinohara said in a 2009 interview with The Japan Times.

There was at least one routine he had, however Hinohara generally ate the same thing every day.

For breakfast he drank coffee, a glass of milk and some orange juice with a tablespoon of olive oil in it. "Olive oil is great for the arteries and keeps my skin healthy," he told The Japan Times.

His lunch was perhaps surprising, as it often consisted of milk and a few cookies or "nothing when I am too busy to eat."

Dinner was "veggies, a bit of fish and rice, and twice a week 100 grams of lean meat," Hinohara said.

The doctor believed keeping your weight in check is critical to living a long life.

"All people who live long regardless of nationality, race or gender share one thing in common: None are overweight," Hinohara said.

Though Hinohara didn't seem to eat much, he said he never got hungry because he was focused on his work, which also may have been a secret to his longevity.

"There is no need to ever retire, but if one must, it should be a lot later than 65," Hinohara said.

First work for your family and to achieve your goals, "until one is 60 years old," he said. Then "in our later years, we should strive to contribute to society."

From the age of 65, Hinohara worked 18-hour days, seven days a week as a volunteer and "love[d] every minute of it," he told The Japan Times in 2009. In fact, he volunteered until the last few months before his death on July 18, 2017, according to The New York Times.

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The body comprises interdependent parts that influence one another. Physical pain can lead to mental anguish, and emotionaldistress can cause sleeping problems and anxiety. If all of a persons needs are not addressed, chronic health disorderssuch as addiction can be difficult to overcome.

Holistic treatment is a set of therapy approaches that target all aspects of a persons health the body, the mind and thespirit. These programs use natural methods to treat drug or alcohol addiction.

The traditional model ofsubstance abuse treatment focuses on counseling, 12-step meetings and other supportive services. But holistic treatmentalso integrates complementary therapies such as meditation and acupuncture to address underlying causes of addiction.

Nanci Stockwell of Advanced Recovery Systems suggests ways to incorporate alternative therapies into a persons recovery plan and stresses the importance of finding the right therapies for each individual.

Holistic therapies focus on the patients physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. Paying attention to eachaspect may expedite recovery and create a more stable body and mind.

Addiction affects many aspects of a persons health.According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, addiction can cause problems to the cardiovascular, respiratoryand musculoskeletal systems. Substance use disorders can also lead to overdose and death.

But addiction is a disease that changes the brain. In addition to physical problems, this disorder can result in mental illnessessuch as anxiety,depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. Many people simultaneously experience addiction and mental healthproblems.

Holistic treatment addresses myriad physical, emotional and spiritual issues associated with addiction, from physical healthto spiritual wellness.

According to the American Holistic Health Association, holistic medicine educates clients and encourages them to activelyparticipate in their own recovery. Through the holistic philosophy,individuals suffering from addiction learn to protect many areas of their health.

Research has found that holistic therapies can enhanceaddiction recovery when combined with traditional substance use disorder treatments and self-help groups. These complementarytherapies can provide additional tools to support people in recovery.

A 2013 study published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence showed that holistic treatment may be effective in treatingsmoking addiction. In a review of 14 clinical trials, researchers found that yoga and meditation-based therapies showedpromise in improving smoking cessation.

And according to a 2009 study published in the International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, holistic treatmentis efficient in treating chronic illnesses such as mental health disorders and other health-related problems.

In the United States, holistic treatment is growing in popularity.

More than 30 percent of American adults and about 12 percent of children have used some form of complementary or alternativemedicine, according to a2016 report by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.

Results from the 2012 National Health Interview Survey showed that the most common complementary health approaches amongadults included natural products, deep-breathing exercises and meditation practices such as yoga.

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Holistic therapies help individuals achieve optimal health by healing all aspects of a persons well-being. Many holistictreatment modalities exist, and people around the world use these therapies to treat various health problems.

Meditation is a mindfulness technique that involves relaxing the body and mind. The activity has shown to reduce anxiety,depression, pain and poor sleep which are all factors that influence substance use. Meditation can also increase concentrationand help people feel more at ease.

Yoga is another popular mindfulness activity. The technique uses breathing modulations, body postures and meditationto heal a persons physical, mental and spiritual health. Yoga experts say the activity increases neurotransmitters inthe brain, which helps relieve stress and anxiety.

Acupuncture is the practice of inserting needles into specific points in the body to alleviate pain or treat various healthconditions. When used with addiction treatment, acupuncture may help reduce anxiety, cravings, irritability andwithdrawal symptoms.

Physical activities such as running, playing sports and weightlifting can assist individuals in reducing stress, increasingself-confidence and improving mood. Manytreatment centers offer recreational exercise activities, such as basketball or volleyball.

Art therapy employs painting, drawing and modeling to encourage self-expression. Through art therapy, people can help managebehaviors, assuage emotional conflict, increase self-awareness and develop social skills. It can also increase self-esteemand reduce anxiety.

Maintaining a healthy diet can help people overcome addiction. Eating healthy and staying hydrated can invigoratethe mind and body and may expedite recovery. Many treatment centers incorporate healthy, well-balanced meals and snacksinto treatment plans.

Aromatherapy uses aromatic essences naturally extracted from plants to promote a healthier body, mind and spirit. Also knownas essential oil therapy, aromatherapy often uses various essential oils to increase relaxation and reduce stress.

Religion and spirituality can strengthen addiction recovery. Through prayer, people can gain a greater sense of awarenessand connection to a higher power. Prayer can also decrease stress, reduce feelings of powerlessness and provide a senseof optimism.

Additional integrative modalities include massage therapy, tai chi, music therapy, naturotherapy and Pilates. Research hasindicated that acupuncture, neurofeedback and meditation significantly improve addiction treatment success rates.

Complementary and alternative medicines are generally considered safe when performed under medical supervision. As researchon the efficacy of holistic therapies in treating chronic disorders has progressed, more treatment centers have incorporatedthese practices into their curriculum.

For example,The Recovery Village Columbus in Ohio treats addiction andco-occurring disorders at the same time. The facility also offers complementary treatment practices such as yogatherapy, aromatherapy, art therapy and equine therapy, which allows clients to care for horses.

To find out if a rehab center offers holistic therapies, contact a nearby treatment center. Admissions representatives canprovide information about treatment approaches and the types of complementary therapies offered.

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