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    Anon_11642 posted:
    Hi - I have suffered from anxiety and insomnia for many many years - maybe I lived a sheltered young life which didn't prepare me for the real world. But I'm still alive at 70 years old now and still looking for something to help with anxiety that is SAFE and EFFECTIVE.

    I joined a fitness center and work out 1 hour every day - it helps some but still looking for more improvement.

    Think it's my mind that just wont stop thinking - I read and I knit and I am trying hard to cure this but still struggling.

    I would appreciate your good help with this matter - I respect this website and feel whatever advice you can give would be thoroughly appreciated. Thank you.


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