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Naturopathic Medicine: Stroke
Emily Kane ND
indigo (an astringent, antipyic, antiemetic, and hemostatic) applied the the entire cranium. After the stroke patient has stabilized, the following colors are useful to prevent further stroking:
lemon (helps to dissolve blood clots; acts as a chronic alterative) applied onto the front of the body.
magenta (regulates the circulation system) applied to the face, neck and chest.
Can Psychological Approaches Help Relieve My Discomfort After Having A Stroke?
Consider the following ideas which may or may not ring true for you. If they do, think about how you can use the power of your own mind to avoid detrimental thought patterns for yourself.
Stroke may come on because of a dominant and often obsessive need to control one's environment; LACK OF TRUST; do you find it difficult if not impossible to trust the intention or activities of others? Do you continually worry about financial and material security and well-being? There's a strong association between stroke and feelings of vulnerability and belief that external world is unsafe.
Stroke may represent a kind of giving up; resistance; where you'd rather rather die than change (or think you would). This is clearly a rejection of life.
Affirmations may help you get beyond these negative thought patterns. You may write them across the bathroom mirror in lipstick, or recite them outloud to yourself while driving, cooking, and bathing, or find a ritual that is meaningful and relaxing for you to let the healing words sink in.
Life is change, and I adapt easily to the new.
I accept life: past, present, and future.
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A graduate of Bastyr University in Seattle, she completed both the Naturopathic and Acupuncture/Oriental Medicine programs. Her preceptor work (similar to residencies) took place in Seattle, West Virginia and China,...
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