My visit to the eye cliic confirmed that I have a 'mass' in my left eye and am being referred to St. Bart's Hospital in London. No appointment has yet been made.
I have been having internet connection problems which slows things down, so there is perhaps less material this week than I would have hoped for. Nevertheles, there is still plenty for you to peruse.
132. Move on!!! The rest you can figure out!!
Do You Know What Causes Your Fibro Flare-ups?
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Many people with fibromyalgia continue to work full or part time. But the chronic pain and fatigue associated with fibromyalgia often make working very difficult. If you are employed, it's important to learn about managing fibromyalgia symptoms and coping with pain and fatigue. In addition, if you have tried different jobs and are unable to work, you might consider applying for disability. Disability may be difficult to get because of rules about work capacity.
Many studies link fibromyalgia and depression. In fact, about three out of every 10 people with fibromyalgia also have major depression at the time of their diagnosis.
Having studied gluten grains and their impact on human health for almost 20 years now, the surprises caused by new insights are more and more rare. Nonetheless, when I read about Sayer Ji's startling perception of wheat germ agglutinin (WGA), and the several pathways by which it can impact our mental and physical health, partly due to its ability to cross protective barriers of the gut and the brain, I was, at first, very skeptical. Further investigation revealed that he really was onto something new. And the implications of this new understanding are, to say the least, dramatic. His work raises legitimate questions about one facet of gluten grains that has largely been ignored by the gastrointestinal research community. It opens windows of understanding. And it provides a different vantage point on these perplexing problems. Here is my promise to you, dear reader: There is a whole new world revealed through Sayer Ji's work. Read on. Enjoy. Puzzle it out. And by the end of your reading, you will wonder how your prior view could have been so simplistic and, perhaps, misguided.
Four Beneficial uses of Honey
Are there Dangers in Genetically Modified Food
Refined Food Risks: Why They're Like Trying to Keep a Bonfire Going with Toilet Paper
Study Finds Old Forgotten Head Injuries the Source of Many Mental/Emotional Issues
Nothing is more annoying than insomnia, and the evidence is piling up that sleep is essential for good health.
Here's a list of potential good guys and bad guys when it comes to getting some shut-eye. . . . . And much more in this Newsletter.
OH, My Aching Back...OR is it My Hip?
Especially after the age of 60, our muscles shorten and that alone can pull bones out of alignment as the fascia is stretched and tightened where it shouldn’t be. Consider this: When muscles in your legs, hips and torso shorten, they cause undue pressure on nerves and tissues in your back, hence back pain.
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