Naturopathic: Treats the whole person that means mind, body, and spirit. It also aims to heal the root causes of an illness -- not just stop the symptoms. You will be asked questions about your health history, stress levels, and lifestyle habits. Afterwards, they will typically discuss your personal health plan. Naturopathic medicine focuses on education and prevention, so diet, exercise, stress management tips. We suggest homeopathy, herbal medicine, and acupressure, TFT, EFT, EMDR and multiple naturopathic treatments to create balance in your body. This is called naturopathic manipulative therapy.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing EMDR is a form of psychotherapy developed by Francine Sharpio in the 1980s that was originally designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In EMDR, the person being treated recalls distressing experiences whilst doing bilateral stimulation, such as side-to-side eye movement or physical stimulation, such as tapping either side of the body.
Neurotherapy, also called neurofeedback and electroencephalogram (EEG) biofeedback, is a drug-free treatment that helps people improve their brain function. It's based on the idea that you can consciously alter the way your brain functions using real-time displays of your brain's electrical activity (known as brainwaves).
Breathwork. Research on breathwork is promising. Potential health benefits of breathwork include Alkalizing your blood PH, Anti-inflammatory effect, Elevating your mood. Breathwork may also have a positive impact on your central nervous system. When you feel stressed, your breath tends to become fast and shallow. This limits the oxygen entering your bloodstream. Your brain tells your body that there is a threat, and your body responds in fight or flight. When you take time to slow down and purposefully breathe deeply and slowly, you tell your brain that everything is OK. Your brain communicates to your body that it’s safe to relax. Your body can begin to function normally again.