Unbreak Your Health: The Complete Guide to Complementary & Alternative Therapies

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Loving Healing Press, Jan 1, 2007 - Medical - 191 pages
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You can enjoy better health without prescription drugs with this health and wellness Guide for mind, body, and spirit Interested in learning about complementary or alternative therapies but don't know where to begin? That's the reason for this exciting new book, UnBreak Your Health(tm)! This is the complete guide to different types of alternative medical concepts, different processes and techniques and a variety of healing devices. Most mainstream medical doctors believe in the old adage that "you can't unbreak the mirror" so they try to glue your health back together with drugs. Holistic and natural therapy practitioners want to treat the real source of the problem and deal with all facets - mind, body and spirit. This complete approach to health care can produce dramatic results, often after doctors has declared there is nothing that can be done. Discover everything from Acupuncture to Zen Bodytherapy. Learn about devices from Edgar Cayce's Radiac to the newest cold laser technology. Hear from real people who've experienced these therapies and products. Find out how to maximize your wellness and prevent illness. UnBreak Your Health(tm) offers proven healing techniques from 5,000 years ago to the most modern innovations. With over 300 listings in 135 categories this is the most complete book ever published on complementary and alternative therapies. There is only one short paragraph on diets and supplements however since there are so many books already published on the subject. This new book focuses on therapies, systems and devices. What People Are Saying About UnBreak Your Health "At least 85% of the time Complementary and Alternative approaches are far safer and more effective than drugs or surgery. UnBreak your Health provides a terrific source for those interested in real health!" --C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D. "UnBreak Your Health is the most comprehensive and reader-friendly guide for alternative health solutions that I have ever read... I applaud the author for creating such a comprehensive guide." --Cherie Fisher, Reader Views "This book offers an amazing and impressive collection of valuable information to people looking to complement the conventional methods of treatment." --Karen Carnabucci, LCSW, TEP "Unbreak Your Health: The Complete Guide to Complementary & Alternative Therapies is a good overview of a number of different types of holistic mind/body/spirit healing practices." --Eric B. Robins, MD, co-author Your Hands Can Heal You "Alan Smiths book is a welcome and needed addition for those who truly desire access to heatlh and wellness information in easily digestible language and backed up by diverse experiences." --Imara, MBA, MHpm, URM

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Today, the reality is that we need to start taking responsibility for our health. If we think we can swallow a pill for every ailment we have, we are still living in the dark ages. Granted, it's not ... Read full review

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I've been in the alternative health world for a long time so was very interested in perusing this book. I was pleasantly surprised how thorough and concise Alan Smith's book is. Concise, yet, full of ... Read full review

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Page viii - And the best doctors in the world are Doctor Diet, Doctor Quiet, and Doctor Merryman.

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Alan Smith has found greater health and happiness thanks to complementary and alternative therapies. Today he wants to share this hope of health with the world with his first book, UnBreak Your Health(TM). A few years ago his deteriorating health took him to the finest medical facility in the world, The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Unfortunately they didn't have any solutions for his digestive problems. The doctor managing his case put it simply: There's good news and bad news. The good news is your condition isn't going to kill you. The bad news is you aren't going to like it and there is very little we can do about it. Just a few weeks later he discovered a new book by Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. called Biology of Belief. This was the kind of answer he had been searching for - scientific evidence that the energy of thoughts and feelings could directly influence the function of cells. In other words, the right beliefs and attitudes could improve health! Lipton's book led him to Rob Williams's PSYCH-K(R) process. With the first signs of improvement he became so excited about complementary and alternative therapies that he began offering PSYCH-K(R) in Plano, Texas. The challenge of introducing a new type of healing, especially in a conservative Southern location, was the inspiration for his book. After speaking to local groups it was clear that very few people had ever been exposed to complementary and alternative therapies but there was tremendous interest in more natural, holistic ways to improve health without prescription drugs. Someone with a health problem simply didn't have a place to go to learn about the options available. Even though his journalism degree was decades earlier he dusted off his reporting skills and began researching and writing. As he finished one subject he'd discover one or two more he'd never heard of until eventually UnBreak Your Health(TM) grew to more than 300 listings. The second edition, now How To UnBreak Your Health(TM), was published in June, 2010 featuring a new, user-friendly format and 339 new and updated listings in 150 different categories. Today he enjoys the best health he's had in decades as a direct result of the complementary and alternative therapies included in his book.

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