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”NCCAM groups CAM practices into four domains, recognizing there can be some overlap. In addition, NCCAM studies CAM whole medical systems, which cut across all domains. Whole medical systems: Whole medical systems are built upon complete systems of theory and practice.Often, these systems have evolved apart from and earlier than the conventional medical approach
used in the United States. Examples of whole medical systems that have developed in Western cultures include homeopathic medicine and
naturopathic medicine. Examples of systems that have developed in non-Western cultures include traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda. Mind-body medicine: Mind-body medicine uses a variety of techniques designed to enhance the mind’s capacity to affect bodily function and symptoms. Some techniques that were considered CAM in the past
have become mainstream (for example, patient support groups and cognitive-behavioral therapy). Other mind-body techniques are still considered CAM, including meditation, prayer, mental healing, and therapies that use creative outlets such as art, music, or dance. Biologically based practices:-Biologically based practices in CAM use substances found in nature, such as herbs, foods, and vitamins. Some examples include dietary supplements, herbal products, and the use of other so-called natural but as yet scientifically unproven therapies (for example, using shark cartilage to treat cancer). Manipulative and body-based practices: Manipulative and body-based practices in CAM are based on manipulation and/or movement of one or more parts of the body. Some Some examples include chiropractic or osteopathic manipulation.Energy medicine: Energy therapies involve the use of energy fields. They are of two types: 1 "BIOFlELD THERAPIES ARE INTENDED TO AFFECT ENERGY FlELDS that purportedly surround and penetrate the human body. The existenceof such fields has not yet been scientifically proven. Some forms ofenergy therapy manipulate biofields by applying pressure and/ormanipulating the body by placing the hands in, or through, thesefield. Examples include Reiki, and therapeutic touch. "BIOELECTROMAGNETIC BASED THERAPIES INVOLVE THE UNCONVENTIONAL
use of electromagnetic fields, such asmagnetic fields.
The various types of alternative medicine therapies- * Acupuncture * Acupressure * Aromatheraphy * Meditation * Yoga * Reiki * Juice therapy * Music therapy * Colour therapy * HydrotherapyetcACUPUNCTURE-Acupuncture is among the oldest healing practices in the world. As part of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture aims to restore and maintain health through the stimulation of specific points on the body. About Acupuncture The term “acupuncture” describes a family of procedures involving the stimulation of anatomical points on the body using a variety of techniques. The acupuncture technique that has been most often studied scientifically involves penetrating the skin with thin, solid, metallic...