Self-administered stimulating acupressure may reduce fatigue in people with chronic lower back pain (CLBP).
Why this matters
Many people with CLBP have difficulty sleeping and experience more fatigue, and pharmacological treatments often have negative side effects.
Studies have found that acupressure as a treatment for CLBP is successful in reducing pain, but effects of acupressure on sleep disturbances and fatigue in people with CLBP are unknown.
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