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Complementary Therapies free pdf More and more people in the UK are turning to complementary therapies in order to relieve stress, aid relaxation or gain relief from illness. The selection of complementary therapies available can be baffling to someone who has no prior knowledge of the techniques, where they come from and what they are most beneficial for. This practical guide brings together expert advice, the latest research and the facts about the most commonly used complementary therapies. Therapies covered include: acupuncture, aromatherapy, chiropractice, herbalism and Chinese medicine, homeopathy, hypnotherapy, massage, osteopathy, reiki and reflexology. For each therapy, there is information on its history, what the treatment involves and what it can be used for. The book explores the general benefits, scientifically proved benefits and anecdotal benefits of each therapy included to ensure a balanced and realistic view of each treatment. There are also dedicated sections in each chapter on how a particular therapy can be especially useful if you are pregnant, elderly, or a parent wanting treatment for your child.

About Antonia Chitty

Antonia Chitty trained as an optometrist, and worked on promoting eye health for RNIB before moving on to write health features for Which? magazine. Antonia now combines running a PR company specialising in PR training for small business owners with writing business and parenting books. She can be contacted through www.acpr.co.uk. Victoria Dawson is teacher who has taught in special schools in the North of England for eight years. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Special and Inclusive Education and a Diploma in Counselling. Victoria has also worked for Scope as a Project Manager, researching and writing a training package around strengthening family relationships when a child has a disability.

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Author : Antonia Chitty
Publisher : Need2Know
Data Published : 01 January 2011
ISBN : 1861440987
EAN : 9781861440983
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 112 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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