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Have people recommended Naturapathic health to you? This post provides some insight into how Naturopaths can fill the gap in your health care.
What is a Naturopath?
A natural medicine doctor can treat many health conditions. They focus on healing with minimal harm to the body. They don't use toxic drugs. WebMD says they focus on prevention of long term chronic health problems before they develop." They attend professional programs that are based on extensive research.
Their training includes four years of naturopathic college followed by licensing. Areas include mental health and botanical medicine, as well as all other health conditions. They attend school as long as a medical doctor. So, they are qualified to help you. They just have a different approach to helping you with your health issues, like allergies, or nutrition.
* One thing to note. Natural remedies are not studied as intensely as medical research, at least by the government. One reason is that there is barely enough money to do medical research as it is. Pharmaceutical companies dominate the world, is another reason.
Prevention magazine claims that that Naturopaths treat the underlying causes of illness using natural products. prevention.com/health/a20489231/Why-you-should-see-a-naturopath/
Often they do medical testing that traditional doctors don't do, like allergy testing, food sensitivities etc. Naturopathic doctors believe that many of your health issues can be changed by diet.
You may be able to avoid the cost of drugs that do more harm than good, if you turn to natural health. The government needs to spend more money on research for preventative health care. Most people believe that there is a large gap in traditional health care. You may need to fill in the gaps or consider natural health care for conditions like hormonal imbalances, diet issues, and skin care.
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