Hello, how are you all doing? Hope you are ready for this week’s “Top 5 Alternative health sites of the Week.” This week, we’ll focus on alternative methods of emotional and mental well-being.

If you are familiar with our alternative health sites digests, you already know that every week we try to highlight 5 sites from different fields of alternative health and ways of boosting your immune system. Last week we brought forward five sites that contained great information on some of the ancient alternative treatment methods, such as Ayurveda, Yoga and Chinese Herbal Medicine.   

This week, we’ll look at how alternative methods of treatment can effectively improve and benefit your mental health, help you deal with depression, and help relieve stress and pain.

1. Transcendental Meditation Technique for inner peace and wellness

meditationTranscendental Meditation is a natural technique of meditation that allows your body to settle into a state of profound rest. Also, many people believe that this easy-to-practice technique can be very effective in reducing stress and anxiety, mood disorders, insomnia, and hypertension.

This site explains what the TM technique is, how to practice it and how you will benefit from this natural practice. You’ll find TM teachers, instructional videos, and blogs. You’ll also find answers to a lot of questions regarding TM research, and benefits.

Blogs we like from Transcendental Meditation Technique

2. Helen Swan ~ Natural Health Answers

Helen Swan is a registered Homeopath, who helps patients through home visits, and she can also treat patients online. She has 27 years of experience in Homeopathy practice in the United Kingdom, and in light of her experience and training, she offers counseling and treatment to her patients.

This website is an outlet and reflection of her knowledge, experience and attitude.  This site is great for learning about homeopathy, the latest health news, supplements, and you may also book a live consultation session with her.

Blogs we like from Helen Swan

3.  Pain Science – The Science of Stubborn Aches, Pains & Injuries

alternative pain treatment  Pain Science is a collection of advice and reviews to help you heal your stubborn aches and pains naturally.  Paul Ingraham, the publisher of the website says  “I study the science of aches and pains — mostly musculoskeletal stuff, which is often surprisingly weird and interesting — and translate it for patients and professionals, about 25,000 of you every day. “

This site has solutions for common pain problems. It deals with stubborn aches, pains, and injuries, offers advice, self-help articles, tips and tutorials to help you manage and overcome your most common musculoskeletal pain.

Articles we like from Pain Science

4. Acupuncture for Pain Relief – Body+Soul

The power of acupuncture is finally being recognized by the medical practitioners of Australia! This old Chinese method has been long known as a great alternative method of pain relief around the world. Now it’s gaining recognition and popularity around the world as a mainstream treatment option.

Body+Soul is run by a great panel of directors, who are experts in a wide variety of different fields of alternative medicine. This site has great information on alternative health, fitness, weight loss, relationships and beauty tips.

Articles we like from  Body+Soul

5. Be Brain Fit

alternative brain Keeping your brain fit is just as important as your physical health. This site helps you to educate yourself about mental fitness. Improving your mental ability is the key to your success. When you are mentally fit, you’ll make better health decisions and improve your chances of staying mentally sharp and productive.

Be Brain Fit is a knowledge base resource of information about maintaining and improving cognitive and mental health based on the best available scientific research.

Blogs we like from Be Brain Fit

Hope you liked this week’s collection of alternative sites that focus on your mental and emotional well-being. Each of these sites is dedicated to bringing you up to date knowledge of a different field of alternative health.

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