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It's actually well supported in the literature in more than just the articles you've posted. It's not always well-received by the patients.

Trying to find the time in my schedule to do it is the main issue for me. There's the 30-40 minutes of doing it + another 15-30 minutes I need to nap afterwards. I also don't care for how I feel afterwards, so I do often skip the sessions. I prefer to do it with a friend around as I don't always stop in time to avoid dizziness and falling. I've been out of practice on it for awhile, but when I have the time for it, I'm usually doing it once a day, every day and have had good results from it.

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Put ankles about 6 inches from the wall, put back to wall and stand still for up to 30 minutes. So, like a tilt table. Not sure if it will help, but thought I need to try everything. Hey, pretty cheap intervention right?

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