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Natural Remedies For Disease

What Are Disease Remedies?

Disease Remedies include homeopathic remedies, herbal remedies and home remedies targeted to provide symptom relief of common non-infectious diseases.

There are four main types of disease: infectious disease, deficiency disease, genetic disease, and physiological disease.

The term disease broadly refers to any condition that impairs the normal functioning of the body. Diseases usually affect people not only physically, but also emotionally, as contracting and living with a disease can alter one's perspective on life as well as one's personality.

A holistic approach to life includes active participation in your health decisions and healing processes, and to make wellness-oriented lifestyle choices.

Our goal is to provide you with all natural disease remedies for symptom relief of common conditions and ailments, that are chemical-free and without the risk of side effects.

Feel better with all natural remedies for disease!

Disease vs. Illness

Disease … a pathological process, most often an abnormal physical condition affecting a person. This could be due to infection, tissue degeneration, toxic exposure, development of cancer, or sometimes undetermined in origin, as in schizophrenia. The disease is some deviation from a biological norm. There is objectivity about disease which doctors are able to see, touch, measure, and smell. This is what needs to be “cured”, especially if it’s life-threatening.

Illness … a feeling, an experience of unhealthiness which is entirely personal to the patient and what is presented to the doctor. Often it accompanies disease, but the disease may be undeclared, as in the early stages of cancer or diabetes. Sometimes illness exists where no disease can be found. Best refers to the feelings that might come with having a disease. Feelings like pain, fatigue, weakness, discomfort, distress, confusion, dysfunction, etc. The reasons people seek healthcare, and usually the way people measure their success with treatment.

The Relationship between Disease and Illness

Disease and illness are clearly related, and usually occur together.

Most of the time, a disease will be accompanied by illness.  However, it’s not uncommon for a person to have a disease with no experience of illness. People can have something as simple as high blood pressure or a form of cancer and not even know it.

Illness can affect disease. An illness can affect a disease process, and perhaps even start it. For example, a stomach ulcer caused by the H. Pylori bacterium, can produce pain, which may cause a lot of stress. It has been shown stress can cause an increase in stomach acid, and the H. Pylori bacterium thrives in an acidic environment. Therefore, a cycle of a disease causing an illness, the illness then makes the disease worse, which makes the illness worse, and so on.

What Causes Disease?

The majority of disease can be attributed to an unhealthy digestive system, generally caused by accumulated toxins and waste in the body and brought on by unhealthy behavior over the course of many years.

Conventional prescription drugs can suppress disease symptoms; however this is generally a temporary fix. Incorporating natural remedies for disease can provide a more natural and preferred symptom relief avenue.

Real healing comes only from real changes. Masking symptoms with conventional drugs eventually ends in failure for the patient and lines the prescription makers’ pocketbooks.

The physical body is always striving for ultimate good and well-being. To heal any disease, treating the patient as a whole (holistically), versus focusing specifically on the organ displaying obvious disease symptoms, is the preferred method of treatment. This means correcting core problems with both lifestyle and diet.

In addition, disease goes beyond the physical body. Merely treating physical disease symptoms does not ultimately heal the core problem. Attention to the dimensions of wellness, including mental/emotional and even the spiritual components, must be given.

A healthy person requires a healthy mind, body and spirit.

Natural Living for You encourages you to:

  • Balance and integrate your physical, emotional, spiritual, environmental, financial, social, intellectual and occupational aspects.

  • Make lifestyle choices that promote wellness, including living toxin-free and using Natural Product Alternatives.

  • Participate actively in your health decisions and healing processes.

  • Maintain healthy and respectful relationships with others, the environment and the world.

All Natural Remedies For Health - Holistic Approach

A holistic approach to life includes active participation in your health decisions and healing processes, and to make wellness-oriented lifestyle choices.

Our goal is to provide you with all natural health remedies for symptom relief of common conditions and ailments, that are chemical-free and without the risk of side effects.

We believe the best approach to treating most ailments and disease is a combination of:

  • Traditional Medicine
  • Natural Herbal Remedies
  • Attention to Lifestyle - Healthy Eating, Sleeping and Exercise Habits

We urge and encourage you to take a sensible, balanced approach to healing yourself, your family and your pets. Always consult your physician, develop a healthy lifestyle and always use your natural remedy as directed. 

Disclaimer: For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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