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Anxiety drugs and the NHS

A programme on Radio 5 has highlighted the problems with anxiety medication. Apparently, there are over 300 deaths a year from this type of medication. Some of the main side effects are they’re addictive and habit forming. Hypnotherapy can help, without side effects. Added to that, but the cost to the NHS for these drugs over many years far greater than the cost of hypnotherapy. Most people could be free of their anxiety relatively quickly and will see an improvement after the first session. So why do you think the NHS won’t prescribe hypnotherapy? It would save money, time and help people to overcome their anxiety a lot quicker. Leave your comments below and let me know what you think.

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