What is Progressive Muscular Relaxation?

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Progressive Muscular Relaxation (PMR) is to encourage deep muscular relaxation in muscle groups, tensed under stressful conditions. Muscular tension produces aches and pains, particularly in the neck and back. Tension is applied deliberately and then let go to promote relaxation of the muscle.

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Commonly reported side effects and conditions associated with Progressive Muscular Relaxation

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Based on patients currently having Progressive Muscular Relaxation

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as needed 2
daily 1

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$200+
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$100-199
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$25-49
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