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mind-body

(mīnd′bŏd′y)
adj.
Of, involving, or resulting from the interrelationship between one's physical health and the state of one's mind or spirit.
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The next series of mind-body health classes at HSHS St.
Relaxation and Wellness Techniques: Mastering the Mind-Body Connection is a comprehensive resource that includes techniques crafted for the adult consumer or social worker looking for additional ways to support others.
Attending up to 10 sessions of a specialised mind-body programme boosted pregnancy rates for those undergoing fertility treatment.
It is intriguing that studies in mind-body medicine and neurochemistry indicate that physical activity seems to stimulate the brain to produce neurotransmitters and other chemicals that bring about a reduction of depression as well as an improvement in mood and an increase of positive emotions.
of the Mind-Body Medical Center explained that these unique findings shed new light not only on the value of active music participation, but also extend our understanding of individualized human biological stress responses on an unprecedented level.
Mastering these mind-body exercises in the water is a great way to destress, and address everything from headaches, backaches, neck pain, high blood pressure and heartburn, says Ruth Sova, president of Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute in Port Washington, Wis.
Goals for research investment are laid out for building research resources; mind-body medicine; biologically-based practices; manipulative and body-based practices; energy medicine; whole medical systems; international health research; health services research; and ethical, legal, and social implications of CAM research and integrated medicine.
Barry Bittman, director of the Mind-Body Wellness Center in Meadville, Pa.
Buoyed by recent research, physicians are increasingly recommending complementary care for their patients, including such mind-body therapies as meditation, acupuncture, massage, reiki and yoga, as well as internationally recognized forms of botanical healing such as Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Weil's Self Healing is edited by the famous Harvard Medical School graduate who is internationally recognized as an expert on medicinal herbs, mind-body interactions, and integrative medicine.
Schedule a regular follow-up visit--rather than letting them return when they feel the need--and gradually introduce them to the concept of mind-body medicine, and the fact that there are behaviors and practices that can help them feel better, he urged.