The latest breakthrough in complementary medicine, has arrived in Canada & it's increased the success rate of the therapy. See more at www.well-beings.ca
To be the preferred choice for complementary medicine for people & their pets, customizing treatments to suit individuals, while striving to make new natural innovations accessible to people in pain.
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#Happy Belated International Day of Older Persons, "1 October 2014 – The United Nations today encouraged Governments and people throughout the world to ensure that older persons are able to fully participate in society and that their rights and dignity are protected. " ( MagnaMax helps seniors fully participate in society see more at well-beings.ca ) This should be encouraged everyday! what do you think? #IDOP #Seniors , #Boomers & #Zoomers #CAM #naturaltherapy #complementaryalternativemedicine
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"Just because " #theplaceboeffect " occurs, this should not lessen the belief, of the effectiveness of comparison healing methods." There are two sides to the question of healing; one relates to the efforts of the patient to heal himself. There are many cases of extraordinary weakness where the sick man may give up, or may assist in effecting a cure. There are plenty of instances where the desire to die is rewarded by such an end. On the other hand the incentive to live is furnished by some great love, some reciprocated affection, or some material advantage. These experiences show that the patient holds some of the power of a cure in his disposition to help. There are many familiar cases when: the exercise of great will power has prolonged life, and even effected a final cure. We recall the recent episode of a mother who, on seeing her little child, said, "I must live for her sake." This experience has been repeated many times, as shown by the reports of doctors. It is said of Queen Victoria that, on learning of the sacrifice of her troops in the South African war, she took to her room and expressed a desire to die, and her death followed very soon. History indicates that Queen Elizabeth, on ascertaining that her lover had been executed by reason of the treachery of a rival, lost the desire to live and died almost immediately. Edison, in a published statement, recites the fact that his grandfather, after passing the age of a hundred, declared that he was tired of living, went to his room, undressed, got into bed, and died by act of his will power. "There was nothing the matter with him," said the inventor. These facts being accepted as true, it is the duty of those in charge of patients to study what purposes and desires are at work in the minds of those who are critically ill; for they often swing the scales one way or the other.