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Depression, Anxiety & Acupuncture


Since the early seventies, studies around the globe have suggested that treating mental health disorders with acupuncture has a positive and holistic effect on depressed patients, particularly when used in combination with Chinese herbal medicine.

The study findings suggest that using acupuncture and/or Chinese medicine could be as effective as other types of treatments for relieving depression symptoms typically used in Western medicine, such as psychotherapy and drugs.

                                           

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DISCLAIMER:The Institute of Chinese Medicine dispenses herbs and certain creams and pills without prior consultation. In such cases, the Institute takes no responsibility for misuse or failure to comply with any manufacturer's instruction. The Institute recommends that all prescriptions and exercise routines be undertaken under the guidance of its personnel and further recommends that you inform or seek the guidance of your GP or qualified medical or allied health professional.

 
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