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Biofeedback therapy – What benefit will it have for me?

Biofeedback therapy – What benefit will it have for me?

This therapy is designed to provide an accuracy of 98% as it focuses on the source of information, the brain.  When you are initially fully scanned, the machine will accumulate all the information that it has on all the changes that occur in the body.  The headphones have sensors which trigger the brain to communicate frequencies that occur within the body.  It detects change from a cellular level; this detection can be changes in bacteria, viruses, parasites or any disease manifestation or biochemically happening.  The frequency detected is unique and identified by name and developing stage.

The good thing about this is that it alerts me to any predispositions or manifestations of the disease, which is not available by any other research method e.g. x-ray, ultrasound or MRI.

The scan can take 30 minutes accumulating information and it will point out which organs need attention.  The good thing about doing the full body scan initially is that it gives me the opportunity to investigate other organs, for example if you come to see me because you are suffering from constant headaches, the machine will also inform me of what other organs need to be looked at before the disease manifests.  It is recommended that we do two sessions a week for a period of 2 to 3 months, should the machine indicate that you require a remedy made for you, this can be done once I complete your therapy.  I would recommend the Oberon practically for any health issue, be it infertility, intolerances, problems with the eyes, with the stomach and for any other problematic health issues. This therapy can also be used for children.

It is also a great visual tool for the client.  If you would like to book your sessions please go to our “online store, consultation”.  There are discounts available if you book 8 or 12 sessions, if you’d like more information please email me.  Any other questions I’m happy to help.

Greenhouse Womb

I’ve heard that having a healthy baby likened to gardening: you make sure you have good soil, plant the seed, water it, and then feed it so that it grows healthy. This concept also applies to the womb. Having optimum nutrition at the time of conception and during the first few weeks of pregnancy is the most important factor of baby’s growth. Reducing harmful substances, pollutants and chemicals is important. This will not just aid the unborn baby’s health but your own, too. Even though you may feel that you are eating healthy meals you may still be deficient in key nutrients or harbouring toxins, factors that can harm a developing baby. An unborn baby is highly sensitive to toxins or to the changes in the supply of nutrients. While a woman may not show apparent sign of folic acid deficiency, such deficiency can cause spina bifida in her unborn baby.

Anti-nutrients in pregnancy are not about what you eat but also about what you don’t eat, drink or breathe. We are surrounded by alcohol, smoking, and pollutants, all which can interfere with essential nutrients. For example, lead antagonises zinc and calcium; both these nutrients are important for development. Lead pollutants can originate from petrol and chemical fumes. High lead and cadmium levels and low zinc are associated with stillbirths…read the finding of Professor Bryce-Smith click on the link

As we know many fish now a day’s contain high levels of mercury. As a naturopath I recommend you avoid mackerel as it is a scavenger fish.

Copper is now in pipes, kitchen utensils and swimming pool anti-fungal agents, which means we are more at risk of toxicity than deficiency. The best thing when drinking water is to try and drink filtered water and to minimise the use of plastic containers. Instead use glass or filter it at home and store in a glass jug.

The same goes for aluminium, use grease proof paper to wrap up sandwiches, kitchen cookware. Aluminium has been linked to kidney problems in babies. Major sources of aluminium include antacids, deodorants and food additives. In a previous article I have written, I express how important it is to detoxify the body before pregnancy.

Inducing labour?

I also recommend that you do not try any of these methods unless you have spoken to a practitioner or a trained professional. This article has been written to indicate to you what people may have tried to induce their labour.

There are many tales that I’m sure you may have heard from your mothers or from friends that may have tried particular methods to inducing labour.

The obvious one is to have sex to help soften the cervix and allow the plug to release to induce labour, however there are cautions to this, avoid intercourse if your water has broken or if there is bleeding… Having sex well into the pregnancy has to be gentle and in a manner that you are comfortable with. If you are pregnant and opt for this suggestion, then the best position is for the women to be on top, this also assists gravity as most of the time the baby’s head will be facing down into the cervix.

Red raspberry leaf tea drinking copious amounts of red raspberry leaf tea — more than four 250 ml cups a day — when you are close to your due date is said to trigger contractions.

Acupressure is a form of touch therapy used in Chinese medicine. The therapist targets specific pressure points on the mother’s body, causing the baby to descend, pressing onto the cervix, thereby ripening and dilating it and initiating contractions. Some acupressure techniques are designed to directly stimulate contractions.

Acupressure also promotes relaxation and relieves tension during labour.

Eating pineapple contains and enzyme called bromelain, it is thought to soften the connective tissue of the cervix and bring on labour.

Homeopathic remedies such as pulsatilla are often used to stimulate labour. Speaking to a qualified homeopath may be a step in the right direction.

Relaxation techniques are as important for the expectant mother, such as taking a nice warm bath, breathing steadily, gently rubbing your tummy clockwise while your breathing.