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  1. My mom died last month. My dad seems pretty depressed and stressed after this. He can’t cope up with bereavement. I thought the grief would go away but, he seems more dull and sad than before. He suffers from insomnia and frequent headaches. His physician says that it's all because of his depressed mental state. He seems tired and exhausted most of the time but he can’t sleep at night. He is attending group therapy sessions to overcome his depression but, I don’t think this is working. He is still in pain. Conventional medications and antidepressants are making him more weak and numb. He doesn’t want to try anything new. I’m concerned about his mental health. Lately, he started drinking. He was a social drinker but now I think he is relying on alcohol to get over the pain. My aunt told me that chiropractic services such as massage therapy would help with depression. I took an appointment for him, at a chiropractic clinic in Toronto. Kindly share your views regarding grief and massage therapy. Any suggestion and advice would be a great help. Thank you in advance.
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