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Use of complementary therapies by Australian women with breast cancer.
International research suggests complementary therapy usage is common in women with breast cancer. Comparable data do not exist for Australia. A self-completed questionnaire was used to survey Australian women with breast cancer about their usage of complementary therapies. The survey was mailed to members of two breast cancer consumer advocacy groups, and assessed type of therapy used, reasons for use, and sources of information about complementary therapies. Of 367 respondents with breast cancer, 87.5% had used complementary therapies, with many using four or more therapies. Most commonly used were vitamin supplements (54.2%), support groups (49.8%), massage (41.4%) and meditation (38.7%). Common reasons for use included improving physical (86.3%) and emotional (83.2%) wellbeing and boosting the immune system (68.8%). Women sought information about complementary therapies from a variety of sources. The range of therapies used and the diverse reasons for use emphasise the need for reliable, evidence-based information about complementary therapies for women and clinicians.
Kremser T, Evans A, Moore A, Luxford K, Begbie S, Bensoussan A, Marigliani R, Zorbas H. National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre, Locked Bag 3, Strawberry Hills, NSW 2012, Australia. Breast. 2008 Jun 3.
The term headache refers to anything in the region of the head or neck. It is a non-specific symptom of some underlying condition. Of course, it is imperative that a person who suffers headaches recurrently should seek medical advice as the underlying condition may be extremely serious. The treatment of a headache is normally accomplished with some form of analgesic. As hypnosis has proven to be a very effective form of pain management, it most certainly can be used for the treatment of headaches.
Like all other pains, the pain which is associated with a headache exists only when it's...
Helen Keller once said, "What we have enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us." By the time that we have survived only a few years on this planet, most certainly we have experienced some form of grief. It may be something as small as losing a toy or is great as the loss of a parent. Assuredly grief will always be a part of our lives. Although it's painful, in some ways it gives us an affirmation that we are truly alive.
Bernie Siegel summed this up quite nicely. He said, "One cannot get through life without pain... what we can do is choose how to use...
Brain entrainment is not a new phenomenon. For thousands of years humans have used the flickering lights of fires, the beating of drums and whirling, changing objects to help induce a trance state. But with the advent of audio technology, science has sought to mimic the environmentally triggered brain entrainment with carefully designed tones and flickering lights. From the Dreammachine (a sound and light machine developed in the 1970’s and embraced by artists to help them achieve altered states) and the discover of binaural beats in that same decade, to the sophisticated technology of the...