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    How to Put Someone to Sleep Using Pressure Points

    by Indrajit Deshmukh
    Lack of sleep can affect your personal and professional life and trigger various health problems. While there are many medicinal ways to cure insomnia, one of the natural remedies is using pressure points to induce sleep.
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