Anxiety and stress are common in many people’s lives, it is widely accepted that it is a normal part of modern day life. Acupuncture can really benefit patients by inducing a feeling of deep relaxation and a feeling of wellbeing. This can therefore benefit patients suffering stress symptoms which can manifest in poor sleep, fatigue and often lead to depression.
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