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Chiropractic Care for Fertility, Pregnancy and Afterward: Natural Care Blog

Welcome to my blog. I recently became a mum for the first time to a beautiful baby girl, but it wasn't an easy process. I spent a lot of money on fertility treatments and was even beginning to consider IVF, when I finally sought the help of a chiropractor. Whether it moved organs, relaxed me or did something I can't understand, I was pregnant two weeks later. I want other women to know about the amazing potential of chiropractic care and how it can help with fertility, pregnancy back pain and even your life as a mum toting around a heavy baby or toddler. I will post other natural care articles as well. Enjoy in good health.

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5 Ways a Naturopath Can Help Treat Your Anxiety

Anxiety is a common condition experienced by millions of people worldwide, and many use pharmaceuticals to treat it. Of course, not everyone wants to take the chemical route. Naturopaths have the ability to diagnose, understand, and treat anxiety disorders effectively in many patients, safely and naturally relieving or even eliminating the symptoms of your anxiety disorder. Here are five ways a naturopath can help improve your mood and quality of life.

1. Diet and nutrition counselling 

Diet and nutrition counselling is a common treatment naturopaths prescribe for anxiety. Your specialist may recommend that you avoid consuming caffeine, certain artificial food dyes, refined sugars, and other forms of junk food. They may also suggest you begin eating more foods believed to relieve anxiety, such as Brazil nuts and yogurt. One of the best ways to calm anxiety is by eating foods that are high in certain vitamins and minerals, such as magnesium, calcium, zinc and B vitamins, so don't be surprised if your naturopath recommends you eat a lot of vitamin-rich foods like green leafy vegetables (such as spinach), squash, nuts, whole grains and legumes.

2. Herbal therapy 

Naturopaths are familiar with the medicinal properties of various herbs, so they may use some to reduce the severity of your anxiety symptoms. For example, the herb passionflower is said to reduce anxiety and tension. Other popular natural remedies that naturopaths may prescribe include valerian root, chamomile and skullcap.

3. Supplements

Your naturopath may also recommend you consider taking supplements that are specifically designed to improve your psychological well-being, such as fish oil and vitamin B12. Fish oil is high in omega-3 fatty acids that have been shown to reduce anxiety and depression. Meanwhile, deficiencies in vitamin B12 can cause depression and anxiety. Your naturopath may also look at your diet and wellbeing to tell which other essential supplements you may need.

 4. Acupuncture 

Your naturopathic doctor may also recommend you try acupuncture. This ancient Chinese practice has proven to be extremely effective in treating anxiety disorders and other related conditions. Like herbs, acupuncture treatments are considered very safe and may produce immediate results in many patients.

5. Exercise advice

Exercise is a great way to naturally calm your anxiety symptoms. Even simple exercises can help you reduce your stress, such as taking a walk or practising yoga. Yoga has been known to be an effective way of improving the body in different ways, such as boosting the immune system, reducing depression and anxiety and improving focus. As such, your naturopathic practitioner may give you advice on exercises to incorporate into your daily routine.