Drug-free cure for depression to be available across the NHS after promising trials
A REVOLUTIONARY drug-free magnetic wave therapy for depression is to be rolled out across the NHS after trials showed it can help up to 70 per cent of patients beat the condition.
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The procedure, already widely used in the United States, was recently adopted by the NHS following the startling results of clinical trials showing it can dramatically reduce symptoms of treatment resistant depression.
The research also shows this therapy can reduce the symptoms of anorexia, long term nerve pain, cocaine addiction, fibromyalgia, obsessive compulsive disorder and post traumatic stress syndrome.