Mayo Clinic The Integrative Guide to Good Health

Home remedies meet alternative therapies to transform well-being

Brent A. Bauer, M.D.; Cindy A. Kermott, M.D.; and Martha P. Millman, M.D.

  • Details on applying dozens of therapies, such as progressive muscle relaxation, Pilates, guided imagery and spirituality
  • Home solutions to help manage common issues such as high blood pressure, osteoporosis, wrinkles, motion sickness, hives and stress
  • Steps for administering first aid in emergencies such as bleeding, chocking and heart attack

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infoThe Facts

1 in 3

adults in the United States uses some form of integrative medicine, and about 1 in 9 children has used integrative therapies.

As Americans seek greater control of their health, explosive growth is taking place in the field of integrative medicine. More and more, people are looking for more natural or holistic ways to maintain good health; they want not only to manage and prevent illness but also to improve their quality of life overall.

At the same time, more treatments that were once considered “on the fringe” are slowly being integrated into conventional medicine. The key word to focus on here is “integrated.”

Although the term “integrative medicine” may be new to you, it’s reflected in the title of this book for a reason. It’s a term that’s been in the works for many years now — a concept that was known as alternative medicine back in 2007, when Mayo Clinic Book of Alternative Medicine was first published. That’s because these types of treatments were seen as alternatives to conventional medicine. Since then, the term “alternative medicine” has gone through several evolutions as more is learned about this growing field.

 

Published 2017 • 416 pages • World English: Time

Brent A. Bauer, M.D.​Brent A. Bauer, M.D.

Dr. Bauer, medical editor of The Integrative Guide to Good Health, is board certified in internal medicine. He is the founder of the Mayo Clinic Integrative Medicine and Health Program and a consultant in the Department of Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic.

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Cindy A. Kermott. M.D., M.P.H.​Cindy A. Kermott, M.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Kermott, medical editor of The Integrative Guide to Good Health, and the seventh editions of Mayo Clinic Guide to Self-Care is a specialist in the Executive and International Medicine Program and the medical director of the Preventive Services Clinic at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She is also an assistant professor of medicine at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science.

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Martha P. Millman, M.D., M.P.H.​Martha P. Millman, M.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Millman, medical editor of The Integrative Guide to Good Health, and the sixth and seventh editions of Mayo Clinic Guide to Self-Care, is an emeritus physician at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, with career expertise in preventive medicine, hyperbaric medicine and wound care.

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