Topics to Add When Creating an Alternate and Modern Medicine Web Directory
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Alternate medicine finds its own place in the hearts and minds worldwide and has a separate following to back its existence. There are many subcategories that could be added to the modern and alternate medicine website directories. Although the list below is not exhaustive it is a good start. After looking at multiple directories in the web that just places everything into one big category "health related websites". I thought it's time to present some categories in this vibrant segment of the web; there are lot's of websites in this category which need a separate home in the directories. Even in the High PR and traffic rich directories finding the right websites gets tough by browsing the whole category. For your reference a single line definition obtained from wikipedia is placed under each category.
• Acupuncture - a therapeutic technique intended to promote health and well-being, which involves the insertion of needles into "acupuncture points" on the body by trained practitioners.
• Alexander technique - a study of freeing response that is taught by studying one's own mannerisms of posture.
• Apitherapy - is the medical use of honeybee products. This can include the use of honey, pollen, propolis, royal jelly, and bee venom, but most commonly refers to use of bee venom, called bee venom therapy (BVT).
• Applied Kinesiology - a form of diagnostic kinesiology that is used as a primary feedback mechanism to examine how a person's body is functioning.
• Aromatherapy - is the use of essential oils, fragrance oils, absolutes, carrier oils, and other fragrances from plants to affect someone's mood or health.
• Ayurveda - a more than 2,000 year old comprehensive system of medicine based on a holistic approach rooted in Vedic culture.
• Biofeedback - is the process of measuring and quantifying an aspect of a subject's physiology, analyzing the data, and then feeding back the information to the subject in a form that allows the subject to enact physiological change.
• Chiropractic - is a health discipline that seeks to prevent and treat health problems by using spinal adjustments in order to correct misalignments, or subluxations.
• Color therapy - use color and light to balance energy wherever our bodies are lacking, be it physical, emotional, spiritual, or mental.
The other well known subcategories include the following:
Gemstone Therapy, Herbs, Holistic Health, Homeopathy, Huna, Hypnotherapy, Iridology, Macrobiotics, Magnetic therapy, Massage Therapy, Meditation, Mind-Body Medicine, Music Therapy, Natural Hygiene, Naturopathy, Orthomolecular Medicine, Polarity Therapy, Pranic Healing, Reflexology, Rolfing, Sensory Deprivation, Somatic Education, Therapeutic Humor, Trepanation, Yoga. If you like to employ a good page rank directory for finding further categories here is one that contain links for Acupuncture, Alexander technique, Breathwork and many of the categories mentioned in this article - networlddirectory.com. Some of the definitions in this article were obtained from wikipedia.org. Author does freelancing through the no fee free freelance website freelancefree.com.
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