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    cherbear8218 posted:
    Hello. I just wanted to say that Im on day #19 of using the Fisher Wallace machine and I have to say Im just now seeing some changes that I like. Im using it for anxiety, depression and sleep problems. I have started to feel more alive, riding my bike everyday(a bike that Ive had for a good while and said I was going to ride but never had the ambition) I am really hopeful now that I have started seeing some changes as I was pretty skeptical. It will be worth every penny I paid if it gets me out of the prison my mind has been stuck in for far too many years. I just thought I'd share this with all the people that may wonder about it..Thanks Cherie
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