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Five questions with Arlean Tessler

...with stress-related dysfunctions. Insomnia, fatigue, headaches, poor digestion, anxiety and temporomandibular joint dysfunction are just a few examples. 4. What does craniosacral therapy feel like? The practitioner's touch is extremely...
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...Fibromyalgia patients may experience pain, fatigue, sleep disorder, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic headaches, joint dysfunction, depression, chemical sensitivity, memory impairment, dry eyes and mouth, dizziness and impaired coordination...
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The healing touch

...myofascial pain, premature births, reduced range of motion, sports injuries, stress, and temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ). Forms of massage therapy and their purpose Therapeutic massage: The most common type, uses the basics...
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