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The Natural Medicine Guide to Anxiety

As with depression, we are in the midst of an epidemic of anxiety. The incidence of anxiety disorders rose dramatically in the second half of the twentieth century, to the point that they are now the most common "mental" illness. In a given year, one in nine Americans suffer from an anxiety disorder.
This book explores anxiety from the perspective that its causes lie in imbalances on the physical, psychoemotional, and/or spiritual or psychic levels. The natural medicine (alternative medicine) approach is based on treating the individual rather than the diagnostic label, and addressing the underlying imbalances rather than suppressing symptoms.
Restoring balance to the body, mind, and spirit at a profound level is what the therapies in this book accomplish. Case studies throughout illustrate their practical application. Among the natural medicine therapies featured are neural therapy, heavy metal detoxification, CranioSacral Therapy, family systems therapy, flower essence therapy, homeopathy, Thought Field Therapy, Seemorg Matrix Work, NAET (allergy elimination), nutritional/dietary therapy, Thought Field Therapy, traditional Chinese medicine/acupuncture, psychic healing, and shamanic healing.

Hampton Roads Publishing, 2003; 203 pages; ISBN 1-57174-293-X

See Table of Contents           Read excerpt: Chapter 1

Book cover art by Loyd Chapplow, © 2003

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Links to some of the doctors/practitioners whose work is covered in The Natural Medicine Guide to Anxiety:

Patricia Kaminski
Flower Essence Society

Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD

Thomas M. Rau, MD
Paracelsus Klinik

Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, ND, DHANP, MSW
Northwest Center for Homeopathic Medicine

Tony Roffers, PhD

Malidoma Patrice Somé, PhD

Zannah Steiner, CMP, RMT
Soma Therapy Centre


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