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here you’ll find news and notifications from the world of empiric treatment. health news is conveyed in a comprehensible and practical way. always in tune with the times. the complementary medicine of tomorrow. naturheilzentrum bottrop is considered as one of the most modern naturopathic practices in germany. nabo news offers up-to-date and expert reports on innovative health trends, including naturopathy, and/or provides special tips and nabomade® home remedies. the alternative medicine of the future keeps you informed of current topics concerning the bottrop health facility, as well as health care/promotion. it gives health tips and imparts knowledge about modern treatment methods, and experiences of the nabomed® concept.

At first glance, the numbers, which were published during last year’s ‘Sight Week’, sound alarming. According to them, more than 900,000 People in Germany suffer from glaucoma. Diabetic retinopathy has affected more than one million patients. With regard to age-related macular degeneration, the number even reaches over seven million sufferers!

Gratitude is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful and uplifting Human emotions. It brings People together, welds them together, and even heals long-torn rifts. However, gratitude is not just a short-term balm for the soul. According to studies, it can even have long-term effects on our well-being. But there’s more to it than that: it has even been proven through research that gratitude has a positive influence on our physical well-being. Gratitude is therefore highly relevant in the field of alternative medicine, especially at a time when more and more People are seeking complementary paths in addition to conventional medicine.

Sniffling, coughing and fevers will start up again as the days get shorter and colder. According to a report by Spiegel Online, the time around the end of January and the beginning of February is predominantly the peak season for respiratory diseases that are typical of winter time. Nevertheless, it isn’t just respiratory diseases and flu that are much more common in winter. Why, however, is there such a significant increase in illnesses especially in the cold season and what can be done about it?

We’re all familiar with stress. While nobody would describe it as pleasant, stress can be helpful to a certain extent. But nowadays, many Germans suffer from very high levels of stress. The possible consequences? Sleep disorders, physical symptoms such as back pain and, in the worst-case scenario, the dreaded burnout.

*important note: till now, the statements met here concerning the effect and the interdependencies of the therapies and means are not accepted generally among scientific experts,particularly the orthodox medicine.


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