Learn how to use acupuncture to relax yourself!
Acupuncture is often considered a mysterious process, but it is also considered to be able to help many people. You will find that acupuncture isn't as mysterious as people make it out to seem. It actually has many medical uses, and it is considered extremely effective in treating various ailments, even chronic ailments.
The best part is that you can get acupuncture in almost any US city, and more and more people are turning to the process of acupuncture to help solve their problems. Acupuncture is painless, simple, and effective, meaning that it is great for a variety of people. Acupuncture is even personalized to fit your body, unlike modern medicine.
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Employ someone who has the ability to read out loud
If you enjoy Chris Griffin reading a text about acupuncture, this audio book is for you
"Save your time and money"
If the narrator had any inflection or enthusiasm in his voice. Truly the worst I have ever heard.
This seems to have been written in the style of a middle school student who has to write an essay and use 500 words. Repetitive to say the least. Very small amount of information, said in several different ways. Save yourself the effort, the writer and narrator did.
In every possible way.
I was able to get a refund.
I love Audible and listen to many books a month. This should not have even been offered.
"Don't waste your time"
If you're looking for information about acupressure, don't bother with this. Narration put me to sleep.
"It didn't tell me anything more than normal common sense"
I was hoping to learn more about the principles of acupuncture and the book just covered things like make sure you have a "clean environment"
poorly read, redundant, terrible grammar. I winced through the entire 40 torturous minutes. Don't waste your money or time on this one.
"Mostly worthless information."
I already knew more about the subject than this book had to offer. I learned more from a two hour documentary.
It really did not. It had little to no actual content. It was merely fluff to sell a book.
"not what I was looking for"
I didn't like the cadence of the narrator at all. odd pauses sounded like a computer. I didn't learn anything I didn't know or seemed like common sense. is looking for info on details of acupuncture, not what it would be like to seek a practitioner. the intro talked about research to find the main points. I learned it's good for the environment. I guess I was looking for science.
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