Naturopathy has long since been acclaimed as a science that can go to the depths of what is disrupting the internal homeostasis within the body. Through holistic principles, naturopathy not only finds out why a certain problem is persisting but then focuses on ways to improve well-being.
When is the last time you felt healthy? Not just absence of a disease, but truly fit and fine? Do you often experience the feeling of something being amiss, but medical tests come back clear?
The reason could be underlying factors have gone wrong. The body is built through an interplay of various factors that coordinate with each other for seamless functioning. When something in this network is not okay, it leads to disrupted well-being.
In daily life, there are various stressors that can disrupt the health and wellbeing of a person and cause them to feel fatigued, drained, tired, and unable to meet peak performance levels.
This article aims to explore what a naturopath can do for you, and how disease prevention works.
Prevention is better than cure. Naturopathic interventions work in a way by building up the body’s defenses against threats. Immunity building, a diet that contains antioxidants, proteins needed for the soldier cells of the body aka the antibodies, are all sourced from the food one eats. Hence diet plays a significant role in strengthening a person’s immune functions.
In the course of your appointments at our naturopathic clinic, you will understand what sets naturopathy apart from other therapies. Instead of viewing disease as one condition, a holistic approach is resorted to and the persons’ lifestyle is assessed. Everything in the body is interdependent and a change somewhere can bring about a change in another aspect.
Feeling better now comes with no risk of side effects. This is because every therapy done in the course of naturopathy is non-invasive and does not involve external chemicals providing a temporary solution. The treatments are natural and as much as possible, adhered to bringing about changes in diet, lifestyle, and habits.
Naturopathy is founded on the belief that the body has everything it needs to heal and recuperate. Thus, in contrast to other medical approaches that introduce medicines and chemicals to treat ailments of the body, naturopathy activates the body’s inherent mechanisms of healing.
When it comes to looking for a naturopath in Melbourne, there is My Vital Health Solutions, Melbourne’s premier naturopathy clinic that offers holistic well-being solutions. Naturopath Domenic Pisanelli works with his patients to understand what they are going through, conducts assessments, psychological therapies if needed and even counseling. Following an initial consultation, functional testing is done through which the causal factors are identified and then through a series of sessions, the patient is moved to the path of better health.
Whether it is weight loss, gut health issues, long term chronic illnesses, or any other disease, our naturopathic clinic in Melbourne will give you a personalised evidence based treatment plan and restore your health.
Your journey with us, a Melbourne natural medicine clinic, is not one meant to find treatment for current problems, but rather one that works to ensure you do not need to frequently visit a doctor. When it comes to alternative medicine, there are no overnight cures.
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