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HEADING SAMPLES

he point about headings is to have them in the right order. They are the structure that Google uses to make sure that it understands

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Dry Needling: Is it Acupuncture

Our 4 years of training in acupuncture tells us that the greatest healing is done by placing pins away from the source of pain. Most physical therapists typically have 40 hours of training in acupuncture, and therefore have little recourse but to put the syringes in an area that is already compromised.

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MOTIVATION

MOTIVATION You wake up filled with energy and enthusiasm. You’ve made a list of all the things you want to get done.  So long as

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Detach–Lovingly

Self-Hypnosis is a wonderful tool for helping to get rid of a person from your consciousness. Of course it’s more effective in a professional setting,

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Do Women Love Acupuncture More than Men Do?

it was fun seeing (from the corner of my eye) the reaction of women versus men while watching me work. Men often had a slightly horrified expression, as if they were witnessing brain surgery; women, on the other hand displayed an expression that was somewhere between intrigued, and luminous. Like they couldn’t wait for that inevitable buzz.

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How Acupuncture Works

Sometimes, and this is no one’s ‘fault’, living in a way that doesn’t serve us (bad food, bad thoughts, bad lifestyle) leads to electricity getting stuck in particular spots. This creates pain, dysfunction, and depression.

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Post-Menopausal Weight Loss

It’s a given that post-menopausal women have a harder time losing weight due to the spare estrogen they store in their ‘tire’. Here are some ways they can help themselves in that arena.

Extra abdominal girth can often be attributed to Intestinal buildup. Remedy: Drink soaked whole raw flax seeds and consume green smoothies)

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Pre-Surgery Self-Hypnosis

Steer clear of repeating negative words or statements about future events such as ‘I will not feel pain”, or “I will not be nauseous”. Use only positive words and present-tense statements instead: “As I wake up I’m very relaxed and pain free. I am hungry.”

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