- Evidence is insufficient to determine the efficacy of acupuncture in the treatment of schizophrenia [Evidence Level: D].
- Acupuncture seems to have some beneficial effects in the treatment of patients with anxiety as compared with sham acupuncture, but the evidence is inconclusive [Evidence Level: D].
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