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Another walking-volunteer idea I was just at a holiday party with my in-laws and one of them works and does volunteer work at several hospices. She was expressing remorse for diving into the myriad of sweet treats, but she was ve ...
Dec 22 2007 10:51pm
Try Preassure Point Therapy Pressure Point Therapy could have been called 'Stress' Point Therapy. Your body stores 'stress? in areas called Pressure Points. Because the nerves in the body are interconnected, a Pressure Po ...
Jul 16 2007 4:52pm
... therapeutic in nature? What does the actual therapy look and feel like? more
Apr 18 2008 9:45am
Massage Therapy For Chronic Fatigue And Fibromyalgia Massage therapy can offer a great deal of relief for people with Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia. Rejuvenating and finding ways to increase your energy are vital to living and coping with these condi ...
Dec 27 2007 3:20am
Yes...all of this is good information. I have had CFS for years and massage can help. My o ... more
Feb 03 2008 11:07pm
Detocification therapy and it's benefits Detoxification and rejuvenation through Ayurveda is called Panchakarma. Panchakarma embodies five therapies that help eliminate toxins from the body. These are the Emesis therapy, the Purgation therap ...
Jun 14 2009 11:41pm
Magnet Therapy 101 Static magnets have been used for centuries in efforts to relieve pain or to obtain other alleged benefits (increased energy, better mental functioning, etc). Many anecdotal reports have indicate ...
Aug 27 2007 5:44am
My husband has one that has a velcro closure. He wears it when his wrist hurts and swears ... more
Jun 11 2008 7:18am
Float Therapy If you've got back pain, hypertension, or a host of other stress related problems you might try float therapy. It was developed in the 1950's by John Lilly at the National Institute for Mental Health ...
Jul 17 2007 11:37am
... more about the many health benefits of float therapy, visit www.floatoforhealth.net.   ... more
Mar 19 2010 9:14am
Depression and Self help therapy I found help at www.therapy247.com I found other people I could ID with and exchange info.
Feb 02 2009 1:21am
I checked it out and it is a good site more
Mar 17 2009 11:42pm
An Alternative to Chiropractic Therapy: Rolfing If you're suffering chronic pain that a dozen trips to the chiropractor haven't made any better, you may want to check out one of the hottest trends around: Rolfing. Rolfing was developed by Dr. Ida P ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Rolfing looks relaxing.  Looks like pressure points in a way. more
Aug 27 2009 1:07pm
Knitting as therapy I have been knitting a couple of years. I'm not great, but I keep going despite the final product. It's not about what it looks like, it's about the process of creation. I find that as I knit, thou ...
Jun 30 2007 10:55am
Knitting is a therapy to me as well :) more
Aug 23 2011 12:05am
Group Knitting as Group Therapy My friends and I started an every other week knitting group some time ago. We get together, knit, and chat. We check in about things going on in our lives, and use knitting as a catalyst, and someti ...
Jun 30 2007 10:58am
In Inverness a Friendship group has starting up recently with ladies getting together to ... more
Mar 21 2010 11:32am