Naturopathic Medicine is a growing part of medicine that focuses on prevention, treat and reverse a disease using natural therapies such as healthy nutrition, hydrology, acupuncture, phytotherapy, psychotherapy, etc, considering the person as a whole (body, and mind).
This system is based on seven main principles:
1- The healing power of nature (vis medicatrix nature)
2- Identify and treat the cause (tolle causam)
3- First, do no harm (primum non nocere)
4- Treat the whole person (holism)
5- The physician as teacher (docere)
6- Prevention is the best cure
7- Establishing health and wellness
This approach is based on the fact that our body can treat and prevent itself from diseases. Our body is a great machine which continuously work.
Following a good hygienic lifestyle contribute to protect your body and mind to the long-term.
Hygiene is the direction, conduct, government of our health. Every living being, every day, makes of hygiene following a specific and personal rule of conduct. This rule is proving to be the fruit of a lifelong observation, learning process leading to our own and appropriate reasoning allowing a good application.
From this we understand our body's needs, such as an appropriate diet, what is detrimental to our body and mind, in order to improve our health.
This health through hygiene is individual and personal. Hygienic methods grow, switch due to the age, sex, personality, life habits, occupation, cultural backgrounds, and genetic marks.
De facto, along our life we try to maintain our health in a good way, expanding and improving it.
In this way, naturopathic approaches are in total accordance with this concept...