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Acid-Alkaline Balance

From eNewsletter 4/8/2024

DID YOU KNOW that the allopathic perception of complementary, alternative, and integrative medicine for neurological disorders is positive, but the same old problem exists?

Researchers in Medrxiv conducted an anonymous online survey of neurology clinicians who had published articles in neurology journals. Respondents overwhelmingly perceived it to be promising in preventing, treating, and/or managing neurological diseases. Mind-body therapies received the most positive responses.

However, nearly half of clinicians did not feel comfortable counseling patients about it, and over half did not feel comfortable recommending it because of a lack of formal and supplementary training. We have seen this time and again from allopathic specialities. While the perception is positive, integration does not occur because of lack of training.

They may not want to see the conclusion of the following study from The BMJ, as it could severely hurt their bottom lines! "Physical exercise offers similar benefits for depression as psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy, a new systematic review and meta-analysis suggests. Intense exercise and walking or jogging, yoga, and strength training were particularly effective".

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