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Does progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) help with insomnia?

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People with insomnia often say practicing progressive muscle relaxation at night helps them fall asleep. PMR is also an excellent tool to help learn about the body and the signals it may bet telling you. With practice and time, you can learn to accurately identify and diminish the signs and signals of stress and tension in your body.

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