HC Deb 12 July 1923 vol 166 c1601W

asked the Minister of Pensions what institutions there are in Scotland for the treatment of neurasthenia; whether facilities are available for occupational training; and how many men have been discharged from the institutions cured?


Treatment for neurasthenia is provided at Edenhall and Craigleith—at both institutions there are facilities for occupational training. The results of the treatment show that on discharge about 10 per cent. of the patients have recovered, while about 60 per cent. have materially improved.

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