Is a form of alternative medicine that uses massage techniques to measure the holistic treatment of several types of diseases. Like many other holistic treatments, and take into account the public health and condition of the person rather than focusing on the central area of ​​pain.

Bowenwork involves the stimulation of the muscles of the flour, tendons and ligaments. Practitioners believe that by addressing the automatic nervous system ANS can restore proper balance in the body as a whole.

Those who practice Bowenwork claim that the treatment encourages the body's mechanisms of physical therapy, and allow it to recuperate in the pace of their own, and the freedom to act. This is accomplished through the use of specific movements designed to alleviate the stress of high-ANS, and a sympathetic, referred to as fight or flight. Each cycle includes such movements as the body moves from the case moved to develop a heterogeneous .

Bowenwork is a kind of manipulation of the soft tissues of the spectrum, which aims to help the body to reach a more "harmonious" state, and not to identify any specific health problem. Slowly growing in popularity in North America, has used this technique in Australia and Great Britain over several decades with the development of this treatment in Australia in 1960 by Thomas Bowen. And are often by practitioners who provide the same Bowenwork other forms of complementary therapies including massage, energy healing field and a variety of other homeopathic remedies.

How Bowenwork work?
People trained in the Bowen technique to make rolling movements on the skin with the thumb and fingers. To a very nice touch, designed to elicit a response from the body but not to actually change in the body. In many cases, the practitioner to leave the room from time to time during treatment so as to allow the patient's body to absorb the messages that have been transferred to the body through the Bowen technique. And will continue therapy sessions between half an hour to an hour and several sessions are likely between 4 to 7 days.

Who practice this technique believe that after the treatment will correct faulty vibrational frequencies in the body and will improve communication between the nervous system and brain, leading to a feeling of relaxation. However there is no scientific evidence to support many of these statements and theories.

Bowen for cancer patients
The scientists studied Bowenwork to treat cancer and relieve pain caused by cancer and. Has also been tested as a potential treatment to alleviate the stress and anxiety, and often represents a continuing problem for cancer patients as well. Although there is no scientific evidence to support claims that fixed Bowenwork helps to relieve pain and anxiety on both, and patients who have tried Bowen noted an immediate feeling of relaxation after a session and a general feeling of well-being in the long run.

Providing treatment is not recommended by Bowenwork for cancer or even to help slow the progression of the disease. Instead, it offered as a treatment in most cases, complementary for use by those who are subject to traditional cancer treatments such as radiation, chemotherapy and want to find a natural way to address some of the symptoms of the disease or the side effects of these treatments.
Bowenwork is the most successful in the treatment of the following side effects:
Joint pain
Respiratory problems
Chronic diarrhea and hemorrhoids
Chronic Fatigue
Imbalance in the balance
And changes in mood

bowenwork and mesothelioma
Patients who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma treatment Bowenwork praised for his ability to alleviate symptoms, particularly in alleviating the pain. As mesothelioma exhibits a long latency period is not usually diagnosed until the patients in the later stages of cancer. As a result, many patients seek to use alternative means such as Bowenwork to complement conventional treatment.


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