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Acudetox at 68th IOGT International world congress Thailand

Nada India poster on acudetox as best practice was presented at 68th IOGT International world congress , acudetox training was conducted by Dr.Francesco Piani psychiatrist and Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist from Italy conducted acudetox sessions along with Suneel Vatsyayanchairperson Nada India and Pallavi — withFrancesco Pianiand2 othersat Cha-am Villa Beach Hotel.  

Acupuncture as an Independent System of Medicine in India???

The aim of the Government of India, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is to provide reasonable healthcare to its entire population. Our own traditional methods like Ayurveda, Unani, Yoga and Naturopathy have been doing the same since time immemorial. Acupuncture is another traditional healing method from China which has been proven to be very efficacious and cost effective. I started practising Acupuncture after completing my MBBS in 1982 and now I am a full time practitioner of Medical Acupuncture since the last 32 years. The process of getting Acupuncture recognised as an independent system of medicine started by me along with a few of my learned colleagues from all over the country with the formation of ‘National Coordination Committee of Acupuncture’ under my chairmanship.  This committee gave its first representation to Mr Dinesh Triwedi (State Health Minister, government of India) on 20th December, 2009.  The matter was then referred to ICMR, which requested us to submit releva…

NADA protocol can be effective in Tobacco cessation

Growing interest in alternative therapies reaping successThe American Lung Association has reported that cigarette smoking is responsible for one in five deaths in the U.S. And while some estimates indicate that 70 percent of smokers want to kick the habit and 34 percent try to stop each year, just 2.5 percent succeed in quitting smoking.
Although new products have emerged over the years to help smokers quit— think nicotine patches, gum and some antidepressants — limited success rates have led to a growing interest in using alternative therapies such as acupuncture to help with smoking cessation. Studies performed in recent years have offered mixed results as to the effectiveness of acupuncture in smoking cessation. For instance, Canadian researchers, whose findings appeared in the American Journal of Medicine in 2012, looked at 14 international studies that used drug-free methods to help quit smoking. While the findings questioned the effectiveness of alternative therapies, they also s…