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Tucson Acupuncture Center
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Why suffer? We can help. Call (520) 668-5210 today.
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How much do you owe in sleep debt?

Sleep debt is the amount of sleep you owe your body to function in a healthy, happy way. 

With the advent of the internet we now live in a 24/7 news/work/business/entertainment cycle. Rarely are we 100% disconnected from media, and rarely does our mind get enough time or rest to process this data - even in our sleeping hours. An estimated 50-70 million US adults have sleep or wakefulness disorders. 

Consequences of sleep debt can be serious.  Symptoms can range from irritability, cognitive impairment, memory lapses or loss, decreased reaction time, loss of attention span and anxiety. Over time (or the bigger sleep debt you owe to your body)symptoms can become more serious affecting the immune system and increasing risk of type ll diabetes, and heart disease.

Acupuncture provides an easy non-drug antidote to insomnia and sleep debt.It not only balances your brain chemistry ensuring deep sleep and calm emotions, but provides your body with the deep rest it craves.

Pay off your sleep debt. Call us at Acupuncture Pain Relief Center and let us help you get a sound night’s sleep. Located in Tucson, AZ (520) 668-5210.
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Let us help - call today.
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Let headaches become a thing of the past. Call us @ 520.668.5210
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When your spirit is balanced you are happy.
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Serving the Tucson area with acupuncture treatment. Pain relief and stress reduction are specialities.

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Sometimes it can be the more medication you take, the less effective it becomes. You lose your quality of life and become dependent.
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Often people hurt due to "anticipatory" pain. They compensate by limping or using some other pain-holding pattern because they are they are too anxious to move freely. They feel it will hurt. At ‪#‎AcupuncturePainReliefCenter‬ we break the link between anxiety and pain freeing both the body and the psyche. 
Here is an interesting article about the relationship between pain and anxiety: http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2015/02/surprising-link-between-anxiety-and-pain.html#tmhmdj:qWU

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Acupuncture treats seasonal allergies!
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Acupuncture helps with sports injury.
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