USING NATURAL MEDICINE TO TREAT THE SYMPTOMS OF ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION
I hear the following questions almost daily in my clinic.
1) Can Acupuncture help me with anxiety and depression?
2)What natural or herbal supplements are helpful?
3)Can I use natural medicine in conjunction with Prescription medications and western medical treatments?
The answer to all 3 questions is ABSOLUTELY!! Acupuncture, herbal remedies, the food you eat, and daily lifestyle changes can make a life changing difference in the severity of your anxiety and/or depression.
I have suffered with chronic anxiety since I was a child, did you know that my anxiety is precisely what led me into this career path? Acupuncture and natural medicine changed my life, when I was 23 years old. It stopped my panic attacks. It made me feel “calm” for the first time in my life, it’s why I named my clinic “Calm Community Acupuncture.”
I have also been plagued with Depression, at different levels of severity, on and off, most of my life. I find that food, herbal remedies, and some really important daily activities have made the biggest difference on this front.
On February 9th, at 2PM, I’m offering a one and half hour seminar totally dedicated to this topic. It will be held at Calm Community Acupuncture. I will present you with information about treating Depression and Anxiety Naturally, but we will also have a nice long Q and A session, where you get to ask the questions and get the answers, right then and there.
I want to share my story and my success with you! I want to hand you this information, so that you can feel empowered to take this on and improve your life, naturally. I will explain to you how Acupuncture can help you, I will tell you which herbal remedies are the best, and I will even address how to use natural medicine as a compliment to your current treatments.
February 9th 2PM ,$40 per person, at Calm Community Acupuncture.
In order to attend, you need to be on the list, we have limited space. Please email me, if you want to join us! firstname.lastname@example.org