A recent article on the popular blog FishTherapy, which has over 1.5 million readers, includes a section titled “What to do” with an advice for fish therapy users.
The article, entitled “What if you can’t find a place to catch your fish?”, includes advice from people who have caught their fish and others who have not.
The advice includes advice on “what to do next” with fish therapy, such as “try again”.
The article does not advise the users how to do fish therapy.
However, it does include a disclaimer:”We are not doctors and we don’t make medical decisions for you.
We do however have a good idea of what’s working for you and what might not work.”
The advice is available on the FishTherapeutic website under the heading “Fish therapy for stress and anxiety”.
A spokesperson for the Australian Fish and Wildlife Service said they could not comment on specific cases.
Fish therapy can have a number of side effects.
In an online poll on the website, some people who had tried fish therapy reported anxiety and depression.
The spokesperson said:”While the scientific evidence has not shown that fish therapy for anxiety or depression is effective, it is worth considering if you have been trying fish therapy.”