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Postby rxz123 » Fri Aug 04, 2017 8:48 am

Carlos Correa Hopes To Wear Clementes No 21 Someday - RealGM Wiretap
Carlos Correa , who took home the American League Rookie of the Year award over the weekend, revealed that he hopes to honor fellow Puerto Rican Roberto Clemente on the field one day.

"Just reading about him and listening to stories from different people, he's my idol for life," Correa said. "I look up to him a lot, try to play the game hard like he did, respect the game. But for me, the most important thing he did was create an impact, a positive impact in the community and society.

"... Nothing would make me more proud than eventually wearing No. 21 on Roberto Clemente Day in my Astros uniform. For me, that will be something really special."

The Modern Naturopath Naturopathy is a 19th century word meaning ature cure Historically, a Naturopath was one who healed using treatments incorporating water , air, light, good nutritious food, as well as massage, to cleanse, detoxify and stimulate the body s inborn healing powers. While Naturopathy often brings up ideas of cold baths, exercise, fresh air, it is more subtle and wide-ranging discipline that can help a huge range of ailments as well as maintaining good health.Looking BackThe tradition of Naturopathic medicine was originally European, with many influential figures as far back as Hippocrates and Paracelsus. Naturopathy can be described as applying external and internal remedies that work deep within the individual and evoke the healing power of the body. Food as medicine is an example of an internal remedy , as too is the use of herbs.Externally, various massage techniques, aromatherapy, herbal liniments and poultices, exercises, deep breathing, all constitute naturopathic medicine.A Holistic ViewA Naturopath treats the whole person. This distinction of treating the whole person as opposed to the symptoms of disease that the person may be suffering from is what distinguishes NaturopathicHolistic Medicine from conventional medicine.The Naturopath takes into consideration the following three factors:physical, mentalemotional and circumstantial. Stress for example, can be termed circumstantial. Stress in turn affects both the physical and emotional well being of the individual. Other important factors which can affect health are the environment in which we livework and our lifestyles.The Naturopath will refer to all of these factors in order to diagnose and treat any condition.A Naturopath sees health and vitality is the natural state of the human mind and body and therefore concentrates on the patient s state of health and not the symptoms of disease. Put another way, the Naturopath is more interested in why a patient is ill.Patient EmpathyThe relationship between the Naturopath and patient is vital to the patient s recovery. In order to identify where the cause of disease lies , the patient is encouraged to discuss at length their lifestyle. Perceptive questioning, an empathy with the patient, and drawing upon intuition and insights of the human condition, are very important to the Naturopath. This does not make them psychotherapists but listening to the patient is most important.Through perceptive questioning the Naturopath often discovers that patients have their own answers, though they may not be aware of it. For example, a patient may consider smoking to be an issue, even though it may not be adversely affecting him or her (which can be the case) but the person s consumption of a bottle of whiskey per pay, which is really damaging, is dismissed as incidental.Overeating or consumption of unsuitable foods, abuse of stimulants such as tea , coffee, alcohol, tobacco, or insufficiency of sleep can contribute to disease in the long term. Mental stress is another major contributor to many of the modern diseases. By a process of elimination, the Naturopath can help patients make even simple changes in their lives that will lead to dramatic results. A change in diet might be all that is required to steer a patient back to good health and let nature cure.What happens?A Naturopath may use various diagnostic tools in assessing a patient.Iridology is a traditionally favoured tool for diagnosis. The eyes indicate the truth of body organ systems even before it manifests as a disease.Additionally, the face, tonguemouth, and nails give indications of the conditions the patient is experiencing. For those practitioners schooled in Chinese Medicine will usually use pulse diagnosis. One can also diagnose through reflex zones 脙卤 areas which link to various inner organ systems.Kinesiology, or muscle testing, is another informative diagnostic technique.The Naturopath will also refer to conventional test results that the patient may bring from their doctor or request certain medical tests be done.The Naturopath will seek to identify where the cause of the disease lies.Diabetes , for example, is a symptom, but the Naturopath, in helping to restore health may treat one or several of the major organ systems of the body, most usually the liver, and not necessarily the pancreas.What can it help?Naturopathy has solutions for many diseases with natural, non-harmful, non-invasive treatments. No condition need remain untreated or be experimented with. Conditions that respond well to Naturopathic treatment include female disorders of menstrual problems, adverse menopause symptoms, fibroids , polycystic ovary syndrome, and other uterine conditions.Digestive disorders so common today such as IBS, Candida, Crohn s, bowel irregularity, respond remarkably well to sound nutrition and herbal remedies. Even the headache and migraine can be banished forever under the guidance of a Naturopath.Get rid of toxinsMuch of the work of the Naturopath today lays in resolving body toxicity from chemical pollution by industry and drugs, and nutrient deficiency from our poor modern refined foods diet. Toxic chemicals and heavy metals pollute the blood and are difficult for the body to. Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China
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