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Benefits of Allopathic Medicine Outweigh the Risks Term Paper

… ¶ … allopathic medicine outweigh the risks?

The risks and benefits of allopathic medicine

Introduction definition of allopathic medicine is: "The system of medical practice which treats disease by the use of remedies which produce effects different from those produced by the disease under treatment." (Definition of Allopathic medicine) Allopathic medicine is also known as formal or conventional medicine and refers to accepted Western health and medical practices. The term "allopathic" originated in 1842 and is ascribed to C.F.S. Hahnemann who used the terms to differentiate conventional medicine from homeopathy, which is a system of medicine based on producing the same symptoms as the disease or disorder. (Definition of Allopathic medicine)

The term allopathic is used in one sense therefore simply to differentiate conventional medicine…. [read more]


Traditional Chinese Medicine and Diet for Well being Research Paper

… This perspective summarizes the confidence placed in food therapy by these cultures for many years. Sun continues: "If the food therapy is not enough to treat the disease then use the medicine" -- the idea being that food therapy can go a long way to contain and/or solve the problem in the body -- but the recognition is clear that it is not in every case a cure-al: "The medicinal properties is strong like an army, the army destroys all furiously at the chance. The medicine is just like an army, it beats and pound randomly" (Sun 2003).



Sun Simiao (- -- ) states the golden principles of longevity in " Qian Jin Fang":



"To maintain a healthy mind…. [read more]


Outcomes of Therapeutic Touch Literature Review

… ¶ … Therapeutic Touch

HEALING, COMFORTING HANDS?

Therapeutic touch or TT is an unconventional and alternative treatment of disease and accompanying pain and discomfort popularized in 1972 by a psychic healer and her nurse assistant. It involves the manipulation of the patient's energy field by the practitioner. It is also practiced as therapeutic massage. Although rejected by traditional mainstream medicine as having unclear and inconclusive outcomes, this form of therapy has demonstrated to be useful and effective in the control of pain and discomfort, especially among dying patients in hospices, terminally ill cancer patients, and children.

Therapeutic touch is a non-conventional, non-invasive method of healing, which involves the manipulation of a patient's energy field by the practitioner in order to effect healing or comfort

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Delivery Methods for Medicinal Cannabis Thesis



In addition to being the answer to “first pass” metabolism that reduces the bioavailability of orally consumed cannabis, supports of the sublingual method of consumption praise not only the speed at which the cannabis is consumed but also the fact that there are literally no negative health effects. Smokers and vaporizers of cannabis simply cannot give that same assurance. Also the sublingual delivery method empowers physicians and other healthcare providers with a level of accuracy that oral consumption just doesn’t allow. Sublingual delivery also empowers the patient to keep a high level pharmaceutical grade solution at home through their own cannabis tincture or comparable solution. The dosing accuracy is nothing to underestimate. Being able to engage in accurate dosing means that patients have…. [read more]


Healing Through the Senses the Use of Aromatherapy in Addiction Treatment With Women Term Paper

… ¶ … Aromatherapy in Addiction Treatment for Women

Many people regard the sense of smell of the least valuable of the five senses; however, experts today point out that the human olfactory system provides more environmental information than any of the other senses. Furthermore, while there has long been a firmly held belief among alternative medicine practitioners that specific types of fragrances could trigger specific changes in emotional states, recent findings by the 2004 Nobel Prize winners for Physics appear to scientifically validate these claims. As a healing modality, though, most authorities today believe that aromatherapy is many thousands of years old, dating back to the times of the ancient Egyptians, Mesopotamia and ancient China (Ba, 2003). Today, aromatherapy represents a promising new addition to…. [read more]


Concept of Disease a General Medical Practice and Homeopathic Medicine Perspective Term Paper

… ¶ … Disease: A General Medical Practice and Homeopathic Medicine Perspective

General Medicine Concepts of Disease

Homeopathic Medicine Concepts of Disease

The Concept of Disease: A General Medical Practice and Homeopathic Medicine Perspective

We shall find that, even when there is no clear differentiation of the leech from other members of society, mankind has theories of the causation of disease, carries out proceedings which correspond with those we call diagnosis and prognosis, and finally has modes of treatment which, even if they have little in common with our own remedies, nevertheless may be regarded as making up a definite system of therapeutics. - G. Elliot Smith, 1915

Most people today are familiar with dozens of conditions that are certain are diseases, such as influenza, chicken…. [read more]


Adolescent Depression the Family Term Paper

… al., 1986 in Walker (1986)). Identified several biological, personality, and familial characteristics that may mean a youth has a greater chance of developing adolescent depression. Learning to recognize the signs of trouble are the keys to preventing or helping to alleviate adolescent depression before they become problematic. This may seem like a reversion to the stereotypical "at-risk" child identified earlier. However, this study was much more comprehensive and stressed the point that an individual's ability to deal with stress was more important than any one factor identified. It also stressed that one or a combination of these factors needed to be present to produce depression in some individuals. It was a step forward from previous studies.

Stress and depression should be taken seriously. Approximately 39%…. [read more]


Stress What Does Term Paper

… Stress

What does Stress actually mean and connote? Stress is a state of tension and mental strain or suspense, and it is also a force that is responsible for producing a certain amount of strain on the physical body. Some sort of disturbance or anguish in the mind could cause it, and stress is generally accompanied by a whole lot of worries and anxieties and constant doubts and fears, and also, at times, suspicions and doubts. (Definition of Stress on the Web) Stress is found everywhere and is so widespread a phenomenon that it is almost impossible to read a newspaper or a magazine without seeing some sort of reference to the word 'Stress'. What is the reason for the obsession and fascination with the…. [read more]


Theory Application and My Philosophy Term Paper

… Philosophy of Nursing with an Emphasis on Labor & Delivery

Theory, Application, & My Philosophy

This paper is an insight into some philosophies of nursing with an emphasis on the process of Labor and Delivery. I believe the research was thorough and is well supported because I attempted to use relevant materials from several nursing theorists. I relied heavily on the Internet and other nursing journals and from other professional domains. The main objective of this report was to consider nursing, the future of nursing and the impact that I will have in the healthcare spectrum over the course of my career. I tried to identify my values and beliefs regarding the established metaparadigms and metatheories of nursing and the more succinct processes involved in…. [read more]


Healing Touch Annotated Bib Bardia Essay

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Oncology Nursing Forum

2004

Randomized qualitative study

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Does TT and dialog reduce pain in cancer patients?

Dialog was helpful in all patients; most TT touch patients reported body sensations

Perception and state of mind seem critical

Post-White, et.al.

Integrative Cancer Therapies

2003

Comparative Study

Pain modulation

Massage lowered anxiety and fatigue

More effective than NSAIDS alone

Rosa, L., et.al.

Journal of the American Medical Association

1998

Experimental

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Can TT practitioners perceive energy fields

50/50 chance and no significant correlation

Negative view of TT as therapy

Turner, J., et.al.

Journal of Advanced Nursing

1998

Randomized Clinical Trial

99

Pain and Anxiety in burn victims

Blood tests show effectiveness

MT effective

Umbreit, A.

Advanced Critical Care

2000

Conceptual framework n/a

Noninvasive control of…. [read more]


Cultural Competency Based on the Movie Selena Essay

… Purnell Model

The book the Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down describes the healthcare travesty of a hospital not knowing enough about the culture of its patients. Anne Fadiman wrote that book in 1998, and some changes have taken place in hospitals across the United States in terms of recognizing health disparities. Yet much more headway must take place, especially with the rapidly changing demographics that are occurring in the country and the speed of globalization that is making the world "flat." As the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD, 2000) reports, it is necessary to have an understanding of how and why certain minority and ethnic populations have better health outcomes than others, particularly given the many unfavorable circumstances of…. [read more]


Humanistic Psychology the Current Manifestations Term Paper

… ¶ … Manifestations of Humanistic Psychology

Humanistic Psychology as practiced today can be divided roughly into three large categories of activities. A large mainstream group of humanistic psychotherapists, who subscribe to existential theories and use a variety of methods, work to help people who are in pain. Another group that specializes in self-actualization is concerned with helping individuals discover who they really are and what they can become. A third group is part of the New Age movement and working in a variety of ways to bring a new uplifted consciousness into the world. These three categories are not distinct from each other by any means; indeed, the division is merely a rhetorical construction which will allow us to look at what's happening today in…. [read more]


Parenting Program for Women in Drug Treatment Thesis

… Parenting Program for Women and Children in Residential Treatment



Addiction is something that has been around for many years, and there have been increasingly new ways of treating it that have been created over the course of much research and study. There are many different forms that addiction takes, and there are many different drugs and substances that someone can become addicted to, even if they are not of the age that most people would think of when they picture people that would start down that particular road. Most individuals think of addicts as primarily young, minority men in their 20s and 30s that rob, steal, and cause other problems in order to get their drugs or alcohol. However, there are also…. [read more]

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