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Does use of natural product supplements, yoga, and spinal manipulation make people feel better?

Perceived Wellness-Related Outcomes From Use of Complementary Approaches

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Over two-thirds of users of all three approaches reported improved overall health and feeling better as a result of using the approach.

Yoga: Over 80% of users reported improved overall health and feeling better

Natural products: Over 65% of users reported improved overall health and feeling better

Spinal manipulation: Over 65% of users reported improved overall health and feeling better


Less than 25% of users of natural product supplements said they had reduced stress, better sleep, or felt better emotionally as a result of using natural product supplements.


Approximately 40% of users of spinal manipulation said they had reduced stress, better sleep, and/or an easier time coping with health problems after using the approach.

 

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7 Citation: Stussman BJ, Black LI, Barnes PM, Clarke TC, Nahin RL. Wellness-related use of common complementary health approaches among adults: United States, 2012. National health statistics reports; no 85. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2015. [402KB PDF]

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