Šeštadienis, 27 gruodis, 2008 | Autorius:

Aš neseniai atėjau visoje šios straipsnis apie tai, kaip turėtume būti daug labiau susirūpinę alternatyva vaistai, nei mes buvome. Galbūt aš turėtų būti daugiau pasakytas apie tai pats. Labai mažai žmonių, aš žinau, iš tikrųjų nerimauti fojė priežasčių jie tiki. Ir tai yra gėda.

Reiki Neseniai atėjo ne Geekdinner ir jis gavo mane į mokslinius tyrimus kai kurių kitų papildomų ir alternatyvių vaistų. Reiki skamba kaip parengti placebu jei paprašykite manęs – ir taip daryti daug kitų alternatyvių vaistų daug. Yra kai kurie iš jų, kurį aš anksčiau maniau, buvo atvirai teisėtas. Atrodo, kad aš turėtų būti labiau skeptiškai mano informacijos parduotuvėje.

Kai alternatyvių medicinos krypčių, į kurį aš tikiu, šiuolaikinis pasaulis turi ką nors daugiau mokslinių sijojimas:

  • Homeopatija – Praskiedimas medžiaga tampa mažiau kenksmingi, bet nereiškia, kad mažiau naudinga. Bulldust.
  • AkupunktūrosMeridianus ir akupunktūra taškai neturi šiuolaikinės fiziologinė svarba medicinoje. Tai yra susiję su sąvokomis Qi Energijos medicinos.
  • Energijos Medicina – Energijos, arba Qi laukai organizme įtakos jūsų sveikatai. Tvirtinimo, laužymas, arba manipuliuoti šiose srityse srautą įtakoja jūsų kūno gebėjimą išgydyti save ir kovoti su liga. Tai gali būti suvesta į specialistų, teigiančių, atlikti magija.
  • Iridology – Tai yra diagnozuoti ligą. Pokyčiai specifinis dalys rainelės nurodyti, kur ir kokio tipo ligos gali turėti įtakos jūsų kūno. Kaip tiksliai galima jūsų akis sekti ligos mechanizmui Jūsų organizme ir suteikia gydytojui A “nustatyti-me” sąrašą ir spalvų-by-skaičių formatą?
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5 Responses

  1. 1

    I think all medicine needs to be reviewed with a handful of scepticism. Modern Scientific medicine has it’s downfalls, i.e. chemicals and surgeries etc. are only tested against side effects which researchers consider (in time this obviously roots out all problems). We end up withmedicineswhich are scientifically tested pulled after years of being consideredsafe” (e.g. MDMA).

    I have a BSc and I took the plunge and took a basic course in Reiki to see how it works. It may be a placebo, but it works as effectively for many things as medication would have. I have a healthy view of it, and I would not claim it can heal a dismembered limb, but I don’t think it can be thrown out as a practice because it looks the same as the placebo effect.

    As far as meridian/energy therapies go, they are the eastern equivalent of western medicine’s approach to problem solving. In the west the ideology is dissection to solve problems, the east has an ideology of approaching the problem wholistically. Think of it as a macro and micro approach to problem solving. Acupuncture may have no physiological link, but has been refined over generations of practitioners and has been shown in scientific studies to have observable impacts (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acupuncture_point#Evidence_from_neuroimaging_studies ). And if the model proposed in acupuncture for tending a body’s Qi is shown to have efficacy, but not necessarily explainable using the morphophysiological model, should we discount it because it doesn’t fit those assumptions (which have become dominant in the world today)?

    I am not saying all therapies are kosher, but I am saying be sceptical of information written from one paradigm’s frame of reference, criticising another paradigm. And treat medical science with a healthy amount of scepticism centered around the limitations that are inherent to the scientific model of discovery.

    My testament to acupuncture is watching my son’s eczema literally disappear overnight (after persisting for months) after a ‘laser acupuncturesession. Maybe it was a placebo, but I have a hard time believing that my 1 year old understood what the qualified medical doctor (who includes acupuncture in his range of treatements) was doing, in order to be affected by a placebo.

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    The autonomous response to acupuncture can be beneficial. In a sense, this is the doctor manipulating the body into healing itself.

    A pin prick can cause more pain than the damage warrants, causing the body toover”-retaliate. Only, we actually *want* the body to do this.

    There is a lot of ongoing research in this field and I believe that acupuncture, as we know it, will soon (is 50 years soon enough?) be replaced with something much more scientific as its basis.

  3. You said it, sir. As for homeopathy, I think even those who see it for the tripe it actually don’t know the extent of it. For a very interesting dig into its history, see:




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    My smugly-scientific core is secretly thrilled when homeopath devotees who are (unfortunately) seriously ill suddenly regain faith in mainstream science.

    A lot of homeopathic remedies have a grain of truth at their core, but what point is there eating twigs and berries when you can take a tablet of the distilled active ingredient IN those twigs and berries, under controlled circumstances, for a more potent and immediate effect?

    Just because something is man-made does not mean it is inferior to nature’s so-called alternative. But you know, if tree-hugging is your thing, you eat the silverleaf berries, and I’ll take the penicillin, thanks.

  5. 5

    Hey there Tricky. It’s always good to see people questioning the alternative medicine market. There is a lot less evidence than many people would have you to believe and very often negative findings are misinterpreted as being äs good as placebo”.

    Helen, you seem to have confused homeopathic remedies with natural or herbal medicines. No homeopathic remedies have a grain of truth in them. They are based on principles which openly defy the fundamental aspects of physics.

    Acupuncture also has no demonstrable effect, other than placebo, and is also based on unscientific beliefs which were fostered by a society which forbade dissection of corpses and so led to magical thinking instead of understanding based on evidence.

    There is, žinoma, much more information involved than I can convey in a comment, so ask any questions, present your best evidence and I will be happy to investigate and answer for you.


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