The world is still spinning, it was not hit by Asteroid 2012 AD14 last night. So life goes on, no panic! I hope life is going on as smoothly as can be for you, despite fibro. I hope this week’s selection of items will be both educational and inspirational for you.
WORDz FOR THE WEEK
106. Face The Sun, and the Shadows will fall behind you.
Simone, originator od FibroModem has bidden us all to upload the above Facebook cover photo to our Facebook pages for the month of May to promote Fibromyalgia Awareness Day – May 13th See her message, request and instructions here.
FIBROMYALGIA IN MEN GROUP
SLEEPING BEAUTY MADNESS
FMS/LUPUS - A GROUP FOR SUPPORT, LAUGH, RESOURCES
Ways to Improve Brain Function and Overcome Brain-fog, Naturally
If you’re looking to improve mental cognition, increase your memory, enhance alertness, and overcome brain-fog here are easy ways to help your brain....click here to continue reading...
Family doctor, internist, endocrinologist, another endocrinologist, rheumatologist, dentist then finally FM/CFS doctor…sound familiar? This is a day in the life of a mom living with Lyme disease and Fibromyalgia.
21 Best Fibromyalgia Blogs of 2012
Whether you suffer from it yourself or know someone who does, these blogs open a world of camaraderie and self-discovery that will leave you feeling more in control of this challenging condition.
Battling an invisible illness can be a crippling challenge. For these talented bloggers, though, fibromyalgia has almost become a gift: it has birthed their creativity, passion for online networking, and dedication to helping others experiencing similar pain.
What is Fibromyalgia?
Written by the Healthline Editorial Team | Medically Reviewed by Jennifer Monti, MD, MPH
Published on 09 August 2012
Published on 09 August 2012
Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder characterized by widespread, unexplained pain in the muscles and joints. The condition is often associated with the presence of tender points—specific places on the body where the application of light pressure causes pain. Other fibromyalgia symptoms include fatigue, problems sleeping, depression, and anxiety. Fibromyalgia symptoms are often triggered by emotional stress, physical trauma such as a car accident, or an illness such as a viral or bacterial infection.
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Pain Throughout Body: Cause Other Than Depression
This Article Explains What Can Cause Body-wide Pain Other Than Depression, Which is Often Cited as the Cause
7 Reasons Why You MUST Read The 7 Day Back Pain Cure...
There's a book which was written by a great guy , Jesse
Cannone. He's the owner of the Healthy Back Institute.
The 6 Most Unhealthy Foods You Should Avoid at All Costs
© 2013 Health Realizations, Inc.
© 2013 Health Realizations, Inc.
Some people swear by the mantra "everything in moderation," but the truth is, some foods, no matter how good they taste, are better off left alone.
If you need a little motivation to stay away from these most unhealthy foods, consider that four of the 10 leading causes of death in the United States are related to diet (diabetes, heart disease, cancer and stroke). And if you're looking to improve yours, cutting back on these six foods is a great place to start.
Chaga - What You Need to Know About Chaga
By Cathy Wong, About.com Guide
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a type of medicinal mushroom. Long used in folk medicine, chaga is said to offer a number of health benefits. Extracts of chaga are now widely available in supplement and tea form.
Last week I sent out my eNews alert email as usual, but all those with an aol.com email address were returned undelivered. I hope this is only a temporary glitch. I did try sending to them via Windows Mail as well but I’ve no idea whether those were delivered. If you are one of the aol subscribers and you did not receive last week’s eNews alert you can access it from the archive menu on the right.
Take care of yourself!
N.B. I would like to point out to you that the information in my eNews blog is passed on to you mainly from other sources. Links are given to the original articles. I take no responsibility for their accuracy but freely give them publicity if I think they might be of interest to my readership. Sites I refer you to are for information only. They might conflict in their opinions, they might not even be medically sound, but I merely offer them for you to peruse and make your own judgements, accept or reject as you will. Only by reading widely can we get an overall picture of fibromyalgia syndrome and how we can deal with its symptoms, learn to cope with them and still have a life. Any advice or recommendation of a medical or legal nature should always be discussed with a qualified professional.
I also include various awareness items, benefits issues, as well as general health considerations. Anyone wishing to reproduce any of the included items in printed form should seek permission from the originators.
Wordz for the Week are from ‘Wordz for the Day’ by Donnie Kuhn, Sr. who died in May 2011.
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