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Are relaxation techniques successful in treating spasticity in MS?

Louis Rosner
Neurology
Relaxation techniques, such as yoga, transcendental meditation, biofeedback, and autohypnosis, have all been successful for some patients. Some patients even report that marijuana has beneficial effects in reducing spasticity.
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