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Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
Lee Health
This body scan meditation asks you to focus attention on different parts of your body and is designed to help you develop a mindful awareness of bodily sensations, and to release tension wherever it is found. Research suggests that this mindfulness practice can help reduce stress, improve well-being, and decrease aches and pains.

Acupuncture for Chemo
Lee Memorial Health System
Acupuncture is being used to treat not only neuropathy, but nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, hot flashes and pain associated with cancer treatment.



Complementary Health Approaches: Meditation
NIDDK
Dr. Briggs talks about meditation as a way to help with some health conditions.

Yoga for MS
Lee Memorial Health System
Yoga is based on flexibility. It's meant to stretch the individual regardless of their strengths and limitations. Which is why it's a great fit for people with MS.



Dietary Supplements: Questions To Ask
Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
While some dietary supplements have proven benefits, others don’t. And some could even be risky for your health. Dietary supplements may seem like harmless health boosters. But while some have proven benefits, many don't. Unlike drugs, dietary supplements aren't evaluated or reviewed by FDA for safety and effectiveness, and even "natural" supplements can be risky depending on the medicines you take or the medical conditions you have.