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Stopping standard medication or prescribed diet in favor

HDO_Admin | October 5th, 2009

Nevertheless, some peoplesay they feel better, or have fewer seizures, when they use these remedies.

If the treating physician has no objection, and these therapies do not contain harmful substances or involve any dangerous practices, are affordable and if regular medication is continued, there is no substitute for currently approved antiepileptic therapy, except in cases where the medicines cannot be tolerated or another medical therapy, such as the ketogenic diet, has been prescribed.. Treatment Complementary Therapies In our culture, treatment of medical conditions is based on carefully recorded results in fairly large groups of people.

If person has true diagnosis of epilepsy, there is no reason to discontinue them if they seem beneficial. Holistic medicine is treatment philosophy whereby the health and wellbeing of the whole person is considered. Stopping standard medication or prescribed diet in favor of an unproved remedy, however, presents definite risks and is not advisable.

Holistic medicine is treatment philosophy whereby the health and wellbeing of the whole person is considered.

If the treating physician has no objection, and these therapies do not contain harmful substances or involve any dangerous practices, are affordable and if regular medication is continued, there is no scientific proof that they are likely to work or to be worth the money and personal commitment required. Living healthy, active life is good medicine for epilepsy but always in addition to prescribed antiepileptic medication, not instead of it. Treatment Complementary Therapies In our culture, treatment of medical conditions is based on carefully recorded results in fairly large groups of people.

If the treating physician has no objection, and these therapies do not contain harmful substances or involve any dangerous practices, are affordable and if regular medication is continued, there is no scientific proof that they are likely to work or to be worth the

If the treating physician has no objection, and these therapies do not contain harmful substances or involve any dangerous practices, are affordable and if regular medication is continued, there is no scientific proof that they are likely to work or to be worth the money and personal commitment required.

Sometimes, physician prescribe nontraditional supplemental therapy when patient has developed seizurerelated metabolic disorder. If person has true diagnosis of epilepsy, there is no reason to discontinue them if they seem beneficial.
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For example some herbs

HDO_Admin | September 12th, 2009

Some health insurance plans pay for therapies such as chiropractic or acupuncture. The FDA Food and Drug Administration does not approve dietary supplements or monitor their safety or contents.

Back to Index of Fact Sheets The makers of alternative therapies often cannot afford to pay for scientific studies. It is difficult to find good information on alternative therapies. Ideally, your health care provider can keep an open mind and help you evaluate alternative therapies that you should not use together with your ARVs. The FDA recently proposed new rules that would reduce the risk of contamination of dietary supplements and would require that their labels clearly indicate their identity, purity, quality, strength and composition.

Others are safe to use. There are no careful safety studies for many alternative therapies. StudyStudies are expensive Scientific research is very expensive. ARE THEY SAFE? Alternative therapies can have dangerous side effects. Research is very difficult when treatments are not standardized. Basic Safety Studies Havent Been Done The FDA wants to know that therapy is safe before they test how well it works. See Fact Sheet 206, How To Spot HIVAIDS Fraud, for more information. Patents allow manufacturers to make large profits that help pay for research.

Some health insurance plans pay for therapies such as chiropractic, massage, and yoga Energy work such as polarity therapy or reiki Homeopathy or herbs see fact sheet on single page in Microsoft Word .doc format or Adobe Acrobat .pdf format. ARE THEY SAFE? DO THEY REALLY WORK? WHY ARENT THERE MORE STUDIES OF ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES? WORKING WITH YOUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER THE BOTTOM LINE WHAT ARE ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES? health treatment that does not fit into standard western medical practice is called alternative or complementary.

Find out as much as you can before you start using an alternative therapy. Ideally, your health care provider can keep an open mind and help you evaluate alternative therapies that interest you. Research is very difficult when treatments are not standardized. Basic Safety Studies Havent Been Done The FDA wants to know that therapy is safe before they test how well it works. Different brands of herbs can have different amounts of the active ingredient, although more standardized products are being made.
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Evaluating the safety and potential

HDO_Admin | July 21st, 2009

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