September 19, 2006
CBS News has an article featuring alternative medicine treatments for insomnia, and includes massage therapy as an option.
Nearly 5 percent of participants with insomnia said they had tried complementary or alternative medicine to help them sleep. That translates to 1.6 million people in the general public, Pearson's team notes.
Almost two-thirds of survey participants who tried complementary or alternative medicine used biologically based therapies (including herbs and vitamins). Nearly 40 percent said they tried mind-body therapies.
Posted by linda at September 19, 2006 5:21 PM
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