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Research

posted on 19th October 2013 by Stefan Chmelik

Meditation and Brain Entrainment   Wahbeh H, Calabrese C, Zwickey H (2007). “Binaural beat technology in humans: a pilot study to assess psychologic and physiologic effects“. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.) 13 (1): 25 – 32. doi:10.1089/acm.2006.6196.   Le Scouarnec RP, Poirier RM, et al. (2001). “Use of binaural beat tapes […]

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We need new antibiotics like another hole in the head – writes Dr Damien Downing.

posted on 12th March 2013 by Dr Damien Downing

Antibiotics got us in this mess, so how are they likely to get us out of it?   Integrated doctors have been saying for decades that we prescribe too many antibiotics, with dire consequences. Now even the Chief Medical Officer says so — but she goes on to urge newer, more powerful antibiotics as the […]

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Dr Brian Kaplan on Chronic Fatigue, PVFS, Fibromyalgia & Tiredness

posted on 6th September 2012 by Dr Brian Kaplan

Anyone who has had ongoing tiredness will know that it is very different from just being worn out from a hard day.

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Stefan Chmelik on Breathing Pattern Disorder

posted on 6th September 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

Although BPD is not the cause of all chronic health problems, it certainly appears to be a complicating factor in a significant proportion of them.

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Breathing Pattern Disorder

posted on 6th September 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

There is evidence that the effects of breathing pattern disorders (BPD), such as hyperventilation, result in a variety of negative psychological, biochemical, neurological and biomechanical influences and interferences, capable of modifying each of these three subsystems.

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Professor David Peters on Back, neck and joint pain

posted on 6th September 2012 by Professor David Peters

Most of us have had backache at some time: a careless overstretch or a clumsy lift and “we feel something go”. “Feeling something go” is usually what a sudden muscle contraction feels like.

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Understanding Central Sensitization and Pain

posted on 6th April 2012 by Leon Chaitow

The evolution of chronic pain has been shown to have strong association with the process of central sensitization, in which there is enhanced sensitivity to various modes of painful and non-painful stimuli

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Our Three M Model

posted on 15th February 2012 by Professor David Peters

A video presentation of the three M model: mind, muscle, metabolism.

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Chinese medicine significantly improves the success of IUI (intrauterine insemination)

posted on 15th January 2012 by Gerard Frith

New research has again demonstrated that traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is highly effective in boosting fertility.

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So you want to know what to eat in January?

posted on 10th January 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

Your great grandmother is proven right – the best food to eat, and to control your weight, is the traditional diet (aka the leptin diet)

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