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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.

Stretching is everywhere. Those who regularly walk along well-known routes will see a jogger stretching his legs sooner or later. Soccer players stretch their bodies on the field before a game. Dancers mobilize their limbs before a performance, be it backstage in the theater or in the foyer before appearing on stage.

Naturopathy and complementary medicine are generally a controversial topic, and opinions on them will often be associated with either extreme support or extreme rejection. To simply believe the occasionally crude and bold statements from a representative of one of the two sides would certainly not be fair – in view of the complexity of the subject. Ultimately, the question remains: what arguments are there for and against naturopathy?

When Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi or Thomas Müller race across the soccer field to capture the balls, they place a heavy strain on their backs. Soccer is not only one of the most injury-prone types of sport, but also one which places a lot of strain on the spine. Overstretching the lumbar and cervical spine, sudden stops, and dynamic rotational movements place a disproportional strain on the body.

Dietary supplements are in vogue. According to the German Association of Food Law and Food Science (BLL), turnover of the supplements was 1.44 billion euros in 2018. A growing trend. However, many People who decide to take supplements do so without suffering from a deficiency and without consulting a doctor or naturopath. Very few People know that an unnecessary intake of dietary supplements is associated with potential dangers.

*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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