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28 July 2011

Self-help eases nerve symptoms

Some people with unexplained dizziness, headaches or weakness may find some relief with behavioural therapy done partly at home, a study suggests.

Some people with unexplained dizziness, headaches or weakness may find some relief with behavioural therapy done partly at home, a study suggests.

"The problem is therefore a large one," Dr Sharpe told Reuters Health in an email.

CBT may help in functional neurological symptoms
There's no agreement on how to best help people with functional neurological symptoms. But there's evidence that cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) may work for some.

 
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