Enough people are turning to Acupuncture that researchers in the United States are starting to conduct studies recording the effectiveness of Acupuncture in helping various conditions. One such study was on depression, anxiety, and impairment associated with PTSD. In this particular study, Acupuncture was found to be as effective as cognitive-behavioral therapy in alleviating these conditions, with benefits still holding 3 months after discontinuation of both forms of therapy.
Acupuncture for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
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Amanda is a practitioner of Oriental Medicine and the Arvigo Techniques of Mayan Abdominal Therapy. She specializes in Women's Reproductive Health and Autoimmune Conditions. She pulls from her strong background in meditation and energy cultivation to educate on self-healing techniques. View more posts