Treating Arthritis

The Drug-free Way

Author: Margaret Hills,Christine Horner

Publisher: Sheldon Press

ISBN: 9781847092373

Category: Arthritis

Page: 128

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Margaret Hills was crippled by arthritis as a young woman, but was determined not to let it hold her back. When orthodox treatment could do nothing for her, she used her nurse's training to develop her simple, natural cure, which, against all her doctors' predictions, was completely successful -- Back cover.
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Curing Arthritis the Drug-Free Way

Author: Margaret Hills,Christine Horner

Publisher: Sheldon Press

ISBN: 9780859699136

Category: Arthritis

Page: 118

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This new and fully revised edition of 'Curing Arthritis' explains Margaret Hill's acid-free approach to diet. It contains a chapter of recipes for arthritis sufferers and reveals the effects of the new arthritis drugs.
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Treating Arthritis the Drug Free Way

From Protest To Power

Author: Margaret Hills

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1847091083

Category: Medical

Page: 128

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The Treating Arthritis books draw on more than 25 years of experience at the renowned Margaret Hills clinic, and have helped hundreds of thousands of people with arthritis. The new edition of this book looks at research which suggests that the Margaret Hills programme is effective in treating arthritis, with some patients having impressive improvements after just a few weeks. The link between exceptional stress and arthritis is also explored. Other topics include: pain relief and better mobility; medication and side-effects; improved quality of life; new section on troubleshooting, which considers situations such as joint pain from other health conditions, digestive health, arthritis in later life, arthritis in children and young people, and co-existing conditions such as high blood pressure, depression and weight problems.
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Treating Arthritis - The Supplements Guide

Author: Julia Davies

Publisher: SPCK

ISBN: 1847091946

Category: Medical

Page: 128

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There are 200 types of arthritis which affects 1 in 5 adults in the UK, and one in four of all GP consultations in the UK relates to a musculoskeletal problem. Arthritis and related conditions are the second most common cause of days off work, while just over 70% of people with arthritis meet the legal definition of disabled. The total cost of arthritis in the UK to the NHS and social services is ?5.5 billion. These statisti mean that there is tremendous interest in complementary methods of treating arthritis. This book is a thorough exploration of supplements that might help, based on the clinical experience of the Margaret Hills Clinic for arthritis. It explains why current conventional medical treatments so often fail in the light of the underlying nutritional imbalances which may be contributing factors to arthritis development. It examines the usefulness of protein supplements, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, enzyme therapy, herbal pain relief, natural supplements, and nutritional solutions. It looks at how to start building your own nutritional programme, and where to go for further help.
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Chronic Pain The Drug-Free Way

Author: Phil Sizer

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1847094805

Category: Medical

Page: 160

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Chronic pain affects nearly half the UK population - 43%, or a staggering 28 million people. Chronic pain is defined as any pain that continues for longer than three months. It has a variety of causes including arthritis, back pain, fibromyalgia, accidents or operations, although sometimes there is no apparent cause. Self-management is an important approach to coping better and managing this long term condition. Written with humour, and making use of cartoons and line drawings, this book encapsulates 20 years of pain management courses given by Phil Sizer at Pain Association Scotland to patients, GPs, and other health professionals. Divided into three sections (Understanding, Managing, Coping) Its approach is based on a holistic, bio-psycho-social model of health including CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), positive psychology, relaxation, hypnotherapy, motivational interviewing and coaching. Topics include: introduction by Pain Association Scotland understanding chronic pain - definitions, acute vs chronic pacing – how to avoid over-doing realistic goal-setting stress management relaxation and sleep dealing with flare-ups diet and foods to avoid coping with unhelpful thinking (racing mind, anxiety and negative thoughts) challenging limiting beliefs relationships with others accepting help importance of humour – attitude and values being a person not a condition
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Curing Arthritis

More Ways to a Drug-free Life

Author: Margaret Hills

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780859696289

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 86

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Margaret Hills developed a simple, natural cure for her own arthritis. Since then thousands of people have benefited from her approach. Here she tells the amazing stories of people who have been helped by her treatment. She also includes new information about diet for children and adults, a chapter on the effects of stress, and she answers the questions which her patients most frequently ask her. New readers and those who have used her books before, will find this an inspiration.
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Cider Vinegar

Author: Margaret Hills

Publisher: Sheldon Press

ISBN: 9781847093134

Category: Cider vinegar

Page: 84

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This best-selling book looks at how cider vinegar may help with troubles such as arthritis, joint pain, gout, diverticulitis and other complaints. It explains how cider vinegar works, who can take it, and how to use the treatment at home. Topics include:• a quick reference for symptoms that need medical attention• what to expect when taking cider vinegar• cider vinegar and weight loss• contraindications and warnings for anyone who shouldn't use cider vinegar• advice about maintaining effective change for a healthier lifestyle• a useful section of easy recipes for using cider vinegar as part of drinks and food.
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Overcoming jealousy

Author: Windy Dryden

Publisher: Sheldon Press

ISBN: 9780859697651

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 117

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Jealousy can be destructive, and an atmosphere of suspicion can ruin relationships and undermine your confidence. Windy Dryden's refreshingly practical approach will help you understand your feelings, and distinguish between healthy and unhealthy reactions to the behaviour of those you love. His advice will show you how to cope, boost your confidence, and stop feeling insecure. This book will enable you to think through whether you fears are reasonable, and build relationships of confidence and trust.
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Coping with Chemotherapy

Author: Terry Priestman

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780859699495

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 99

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More than one in three people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer during their lives, making chemotherapy one of the most widely used forms of treatment today. Offering support for those undergoing this common cancer treatment, this book explains what the treatment is, how the drugs work, and different ways in which they can be given.
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