A Simple Face Massage May Help You Sleep


Are you having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep? In the following video, Heather Wibbels (Licensed Massage Therapist) demonstrates how to perform a facial massage that is designed to help those with insomnia. The massage takes only a few minutes and may mean the difference between lying awake for hours or sleeping soundly until the sun comes up!

Massage for Insomnia – Soothing Face Massage from Louisville Massage Therapist Heather Wibbels, LMT

www.massagebyheather.com – If you battle insomnia, use this gentle, relaxing self-massage technique while in bed to help you fall asleep. It’s a great way to destress and slow the mind down after a long day. For other tips on massage for insomnia, se…

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