MASSAGE (HEAD, NECK, FACE, NECK)
Pain is an unpleasant experience that bothers people but often indicates a danger in the body. Everyone’s reaction to pain is different, and sometimes the same person may perceive a painful stimulus differently at different times. Pain is carried by nerve endings, reaches the brain, is processed, evaluated and the response is revealed, so it can be said that pain is experienced in the brain and gains meaning. Whatever the cause of the pain, the brain is where the pain is experienced.
When you have pain, it becomes difficult to cope with the stresses of daily life. Simple arguments can seem like big problems. Stress can also cause you to unknowingly do things that aggravate your pain, such as tensing your muscles, grinding your teeth, and squeezing your shoulders. Also, just feeling pain is often extremely stressful.
Find out what’s stressing you out, and then take action to reduce stress whenever you can. For example, planning your day, simplifying your schedule, being organized, and taking breaks throughout the day can help you beat the stress that comes with chronic pain.
THAI MASSAGE (DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE)
Thai (Thai) massage, one of Thailand’s traditional healing arts and practiced in Thailand for 2,500 years, is a type of Eastern bodywork therapy based on the treatment of the body, mind and spirit. It is done dressed on a semi-hard floor. Therapy involves treating the electromagnetic or energy channels that surround, flow and bring life to the body with sixty types of stretching, pulling, stretching and pressing movements. Thai massage is similar to acupressure, yoga, zen shiatsu and is inspired by Buddhist teachings. Thai massage is performed in a time period that can last from one and a half hours to four hours, and although it causes discomfort during the massage, there is a significant relief after the application.
Massage is the oldest method used as the body’s way of self-healing by creating body awareness through touch. Each session is determined according to the needs of the person and the body. massage therapy; It helps to release physical, mental and emotional tensions. It increases blood circulation, helps to remove toxins, relieve tension in muscles with hormones secreted with the effect of safe touch, and provides general relaxation. Regular sessions give the body feelings of vitality, freshness and rest.
REFLEXOLOGY (FOOT MASSAGE)
Reflexology, which has its origins in the Far East, is a massage technique applied to certain points on the feet in order to relieve tension in the body and provide supportive treatment in neurological diseases. The first application place of reflexology, which is known to have a history of about 5 thousand years, is reported as China. Reflexology, which is in the category of complementary medicine today, is considered an effective and harmless method used to provide free energy flow in the body.
It is applied to the reflex points on the soles of the feet with hand and finger techniques or by applying pressure with a wooden stick. During the application, the person lies comfortably on the chair and puts their feet on the stool. Pressure is applied to the reflex points of the foot with a finger or stick. When pressure is applied to the problem area on the person’s body, it is natural to feel some pain. During the session, all reflex points on the feet are stimulated one by one with hand movements.
CUP THERAPY (HACAMAT)
Cupping Therapy is an ancient medical treatment that dates back thousands of years. Ancient Chinese, Koreans, Egyptians, and Arabs used Hijama as a form of traditional treatment. In Europe this practice is believed to date back to the Bronze Age, and until the advent of modern surgery, cupping was part of the routine medical practice of doctors in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany, as well as in the United States. In the Far East (China and Korea), Cupping continued to be practiced by physicians of both western medicine and traditional medicine. In Turkey, this is called “cup treatment” or “hijama”.
In hijama, which is a kind of acupuncture method, it is aimed to remove the toxins accumulated in the capillaries from the body with the help of vacuuming by creating small cuts on the skin. With this treatment, it helps to get rid of the bad effects of heavy metals, toxins, drugs and foods that the body cannot remove.
Hijama application, which provides resistance by cleaning the body, is done without pain, pain and rest. The patient does not experience any bed rest, job loss, and does not affect his daily life.
It is not recommended to apply hijama on the neck, behind the ears and behind the head too often. Hijama is not done during the menstrual period of women. Hijama is not applied to the nape pit and fontanelles. Hijama is not applied to burns, open wounds, scars, moles and eczema. It is recommended to be done under the supervision of a physician for people who have undergone dialysis and organ transplantation in the past.
Today, besides modern medicine, traditional and holistic medicine treatments are becoming a part of the transformation in health. Both in the world, in Europe and in Turkey, people want to be treated naturally. Because it is now known that drugs used in chronic and autoimmune diseases cause permanent damage and severe side effects.
HIRUDOTHERAPY (LEGE TREATMENT)
Hirudotherapy, which means leech therapy, has been used as a treatment tool by physicians since ancient times. The first sources about leech therapy date back to BC. It goes back to the Babylonian physicians who lived in the 15th century. BC again. It is known that it was among the indispensable treatment methods of Egyptian physicians in the 3rd century.
Today, leech therapy is described as a “unique” treatment method in terms of its biological effects. There are more than 300 Hirudotherapy Clinics in Germany. Hirudo Medicinalis has been accepted as a medicine in accordance with the 1st clause of the 2nd article of the German Medical Drugs Law (TIC). It is defined as a ready-made medicine with the 4th item added later. The difference of this from the medicine drawn into the injector, as an application, is that “this medicine is not given by us in the form of injection, but by the mouth of the creature called Hirudo Medicinalis”. Only Europe uses 100 million leeches annually. The association established by physicians practicing leech therapy in the United States has more than 1000 members and in 2004, the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) accredited leech therapy and allowed it to be sold in pharmacies as in Europe.
Healing fasting is an important process that should be done by choosing the appropriate ones among many fasting types according to the needs of the person. It is the discovery of self-healing in the body. In fact, this healing fast is almost as old as human history. His entry into the field of modern medicine begins with Hippocrates; He is in favor of a 3-day healing fast. But there are those who hold it longer. For example, Ibn Sina used to fast for three weeks or more. With modern medicine, this method became history, but it reappeared at the end of the 19th century. And it’s a very common method. It takes a minimum of 3 weeks when used in the treatment of disease, and a 10-day process for healthy people. It has different methods.
It is a method that has been applied since 1920 and is now widely used in many countries. It takes 10 days in total. The first day is the day of preparation for the healing fast. A light diet with fruits and vegetables is applied. Then the five days pass as a full fasting day. Drink water, herbal teas, fruit juices and vegetable broth soups during these five days. Never consume anything solid and do not exceed 250 calories per day. The last four days are spent breaking the fast and getting the body accustomed to its normal routine. So, the total fasting is actually five days.