Holistic Nursing On The Rise Or Decline?
Things got weird for nurses especially after getting the vaccine mandates. The numbers aren’t very transparent on who quit and who didn’t for reasons we won’t mention. Financial professionals saw a huge increase in moving 401K money around for nurses. According to Healthcarenews, 99% of respondents are considering leaving the nursing profession in the next year. But 71% of nurses that have more than 15 years of nursing are thinking about cashing out.
Holistic nurses have the level of compassion we need in our healthcare climate these days. Holistic nursing is gaining momentum and popularity. That is because of studies that show that an individual’s physical well-being is tied to their mental and spiritual health. More pregnant women are choosing Midwives for their compassion as well. Nothing against others in the medical profession, but the other groups offer more natural remedies and healing therapies. This increase has been happening since the 1700s. The use of compresses, fomentations, poultices, plasters, oils, liniments, salves, ointments, and teas made from medicinal herbs was common practice in early nursing.
If you’re aware of the signs of the future of healthcare, you’ll see hospitals in rural areas shutting down. These days the quality of care from the medical profession is a joke. Why, because money rules over the health of Americans. We could never claim a cure for cancer because the flow of money would stop. Wealth would be compromised, and we can’t have that! Will holistic nurses turn this ship around and create a healthcare system to save us? We hope so but do it soon because we need that compassion you offer. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there’s a demand for nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners. Would you be a nurse in these times? If you’re a good listener and can understand how patients are feeling, you might make an awesome nurse.