Complementary medicine or alternative medicine has become increasingly popular over the past decade. The major complementary and alternative medicine treatments are usually considered to be homoeopathy, acupuncture, herbal medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic and nutritional medicine, although this is based on patient and practitioner use rather than on definitive evidence.
In addition to conventional medicine, complementary medicine is comprised of natural therapies and medicines to restore and maintain health. It is also regarded a practice beyond the realm of conventional modern medicine. There are various online clinics dealing natural therapies in Adelaide, where you can find network of international complementary medicine specialists who are perfectly placed to provide the most effective and appropriate natural therapies treatment possible.
These alternative medicine specialists of natural therapies in Adelaide can help treat most conditions like headaches, sore throats, flu and cold, indigestion, ear infections, dermatitis, urinary tract infections, sprains and strains. Some chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease, arthritis, cancer, muscle-skeletal pain, depression, stress and even pregnancy and childbirth may be treated with complementary medicine as well.
Constipation is one condition that could make one feel miserable. Natural therapies help in tackling the problem in a much better manner. With minor diet modifications and natural therapies done under expert guidance, the problem can be dealt with in a natural manner.
1.Place a cold mud pack or cold wet towel around the navel area for approximately twenty minutes regularly.
2.Regular hip baths in cold water, while gently massaging the area around the navel in an anti-clockwise direction could provide relief.
3.Hip bath using drumstick leaves, tamarind leaves and castor oil for about fifteen minutes once or twice a day.
4.Regular intake of high-fibre foods such as green vegetables, wholegrain cereals, beans and fruits are recommended.
5.Drink a minimum of twelve glasses of water a day.
6.Limit the intake of processed and refined foods such as de-husked pulses, potatoes etc.
7.Reduce solid intake and include plenty of liquids such as fresh fruit and vegetable juices, coconut water, buttermilk, soups in regular diet.
8.Sometimes it is also recommended to take two tablespoons of castor oil mixed in two glass of warm water at bedtime for a few days.
9.Soak about three to four figs in a glass of water overnight. The resulting solution could be consumed in the morning, while also chewing the soaked figs for easy bowel movement.
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