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The best sleeping positions for pain

The best sleeping positions for pain

Reprinted with the kind permission of Sarah Borien and A Life Less Physical   From time to time, people contact me with something they think my readers would benefit from knowing. I send a lot of t... [12/04/17]
VIDEO:  Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand

VIDEO: Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand

Many people who live with fibromyalgia also suffer anxiety.  Given that our bodies are in perpetual “fight or flight” mode, the added burden of anxiety is almost overwhelming.    Anxiety... [12/01/17]
Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection?

Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection?

By Celeste Cooper   Could gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) be co-morbid to fibromyalgia? A new study (October 2017) published in the peer-reviewed journal Pain suggests the answer is YES. Resear... [11/19/17]
Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue.

Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue.

Abstract Fatigue is a disabling, multifaceted symptom that is highly prevalent and stubbornly persistent. Although fatigue is a frequent complaint among ... [12/03/17]

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The Possible Role of Meditation in Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A New Hypothesis. The Possible Role of Meditation in Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A New Hypothesis.
ABSTRACT   BACKGROUND OF HYPOTHESIS   Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is the most common musculoskeletal pain disorder of the h ... [12/12/17]
Seven Tips for Managing Seasonal Fibro Effects Seven Tips for Managing Seasonal Fibro Effects
By Celeste Cooper   If you are like me, “the fibro effect” seems to rear its ugly head this time of year. My routine is d ... [12/11/17]
Lemon Juicy Immunity Boost Lemon Juicy Immunity Boost
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sue Ingebretson and Rebuilding Wellness   Want a juicy secret to staying healthy this year? Try ... [12/09/17]
Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia? Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia?
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Studies showing that the parts of the brain that process pain ... [12/08/17]
VIDEO:  Dear Healthy People: Identity Crisis VIDEO: Dear Healthy People: Identity Crisis
Having to prove something over and over gets frustrating, doesn't it? The chronically ill couldn't agree more.    ... [12/05/17]


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The best sleeping positions for pain The best sleeping positions for pain
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sarah Borien and A Life Less Physical   From time to time, people contact me with something the ... [12/04/17]
VIDEO:  Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand VIDEO: Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand
Many people who live with fibromyalgia also suffer anxiety.  Given that our bodies are in perpetual “fight or flight” mode, the added burden ... [12/01/17]
Is Searching for THE Answer Making You Worse? Is Searching for THE Answer Making You Worse?
The very nature of a chronic illness like ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and Lyme disease is that there is no simple answer; there is no cure – not ye ... [11/06/17]
Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection? Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection?
By Celeste Cooper   Could gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) be co-morbid to fibromyalgia? A new study (October 2017) published i ... [11/19/17]
Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue. Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue.
Abstract Fatigue is a disabling, multifaceted symptom that is highly prevalent and stubbornly persistent. Although fatigue&n ... [12/03/17]


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Pitfalls and Pleasures of Therapeutic Massage for Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain Pitfalls and Pleasures of Therapeutic Massage for Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain
By Celeste Cooper   In a 2015 review and meta-analysis of different styles of massage therapy for those of us living with fibromyalgi ... [Stars: 5.00]
The Restorative Power of Nature The Restorative Power of Nature
Scientific studies have found that time spent in nature – even as little as five minutes – reduces stress, improves creativity, ... [Stars: 5.00]
Fabulous Fibro Weekend Fabulous Fibro Weekend
By Melissa Swanson People who suffer from chronic illnesses like fibromyalgia are just like everyone else. We want and need friendships t ... [Stars: 5.00]
When Everybody has a Plan in Life Except You When Everybody has a Plan in Life Except You
What’s your plan for retirement? Does nothing concrete come to mind? What about in 10 years, or maybe just five? What about tomorrow, or thi ... [Stars: 5.00]
A Holiday Gift Guide for People with ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia A Holiday Gift Guide for People with ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Editor's Note:  My mom was mostly housebound for the ... [Stars: 5.00]


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VIDEO:  Sue Ingebretson Interviews Fibro/CFS book author Dan Neuffer, author of CFS VIDEO: Sue Ingebretson Interviews Fibro/CFS book author Dan Neuffer, author of CFS
Listen to Sue Ingebretson’s recent interview with Dan Neuffer, author of CFS Unravelled.  In her talk with Dan, Sue explores the ...
VIDEO:  Pain, Is it all in your mind? VIDEO: Pain, Is it all in your mind?
There are many causes of back pain, but why do some people develop chronic back pain?  Some people develop chronic back pain that canno ...
VIDEO:  The Hell of Chronic Illness VIDEO: The Hell of Chronic Illness
Sita Gaia, a Registered Social Worker, shares her experience of living with a chronic illness and asks us to confront the issues surrounding ...
VIDEO:  Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand VIDEO: Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand
Many people who live with fibromyalgia also suffer anxiety.  Given that our bodies are in perpetual “fight or flight” mode, the added burden ...
VIDEO:  Dear Healthy People: Identity Crisis VIDEO: Dear Healthy People: Identity Crisis
Having to prove something over and over gets frustrating, doesn't it? The chronically ill couldn't agree more.    ...


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VIDEO:  Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand VIDEO: Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand
Many people who live with fibromyalgia also suffer anxiety.  Given that our bodies are in perpetual “fight or flight” mode, the added burden ... [Comments: 2]
Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 1: Diagnosing OI Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 1: Diagnosing OI
Orthostatic Intolerance (OI) is an integral part of ME/CFS (1,2,3) and is present in most fibromyalgia patients (4,5) and many of those with ... [Comments: 2]
Less Pain, Fewer Pills – A Fibromyalgia Review: Part I Less Pain, Fewer Pills – A Fibromyalgia Review: Part I
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Seeking to curb their misuse, the FDA has come down hard on op ... [Comments: 2]
Changing the public narrative about chronic pain as a disease Changing the public narrative about chronic pain as a disease
Reprinted with the permission of the PAINS Project.  Sunday night, I watched 60 Minutes on CBS as they interviewed Joe Rannazzisi, ... [Comments: 1]
DIY Ginger Tea: Simple Sweet Pain Relief Recipe DIY Ginger Tea: Simple Sweet Pain Relief Recipe
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sue Ingebretson   Have you made yummy DIY ginger tea? With just TWO ingredients, it couldn&rsqu ... [Comments: 1]


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Seven Tips for Managing Seasonal Fibro Effects Seven Tips for Managing Seasonal Fibro Effects
By Celeste Cooper   If you are like me, “the fibro effect” seems to rear its ugly head this time of year. My routine is d... [12/11/17]
Lemon Juicy Immunity Boost Lemon Juicy Immunity Boost
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sue Ingebretson and Rebuilding Wellness   Want a juicy secret to staying healthy this year? Try... [12/09/17]
VIDEO:  Dear Healthy People: Identity Crisis VIDEO: Dear Healthy People: Identity Crisis
Having to prove something over and over gets frustrating, doesn't it? The chronically ill couldn't agree more.    ... [12/05/17]
Things to Do When You're Mostly Housebound Things to Do When You're Mostly Housebound
Reprinted with the kind permission of Toni Bernhard. For those who are mostly housebound, living well can be a challenge. Due to chron... [12/04/17]
The best sleeping positions for pain The best sleeping positions for pain
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sarah Borien and A Life Less Physical   From time to time, people contact me with something the... [12/04/17]


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The best sleeping positions for pain The best sleeping positions for pain
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sarah Borien and A Life Less Physical   From time to time, people contact me with something the ... [12/04/17]
VIDEO:  Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand VIDEO: Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand
Many people who live with fibromyalgia also suffer anxiety.  Given that our bodies are in perpetual “fight or flight” mode, the added burden ... [12/01/17]
Is Searching for THE Answer Making You Worse? Is Searching for THE Answer Making You Worse?
The very nature of a chronic illness like ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and Lyme disease is that there is no simple answer; there is no cure – not ye ... [11/06/17]
Chronic Pain, Loneliness, Depression and Suicide Chronic Pain, Loneliness, Depression and Suicide
Reprinted with the permission of the PAINS Project   I’m not “just” depressed! As a person who lives with pain, ... [11/25/17]
Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 1: Diagnosing OI Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 1: Diagnosing OI
Orthostatic Intolerance (OI) is an integral part of ME/CFS (1,2,3) and is present in most fibromyalgia patients (4,5) and many of those with ... [11/02/17]


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The Restorative Power of Nature The Restorative Power of Nature
Scientific studies have found that time spent in nature – even as little as five minutes – reduces stress, improves creativity, ... [Stars: 5.00]
The Power Of #MeToo: Why Hashtag Sparks ‘Groundswell’ Of Sharing — And Healing The Power Of #MeToo: Why Hashtag Sparks ‘Groundswell’ Of Sharing — And Healing
Editor's Note:  Research reveals that more than half of women with fibromyalgia report childhood sexual abuse and 90 percent report ... [Stars: 5.00]
A Holiday Gift Guide for People with ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia A Holiday Gift Guide for People with ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Editor's Note:  My mom was mostly housebound for the ... [Stars: 5.00]
When Everybody has a Plan in Life Except You When Everybody has a Plan in Life Except You
What’s your plan for retirement? Does nothing concrete come to mind? What about in 10 years, or maybe just five? What about tomorrow, or thi ... [Stars: 5.00]
Fabulous Fibro Weekend Fabulous Fibro Weekend
By Melissa Swanson People who suffer from chronic illnesses like fibromyalgia are just like everyone else. We want and need friendships t ... [Stars: 5.00]


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Seven Tips for Managing Seasonal Fibro Effects Seven Tips for Managing Seasonal Fibro Effects
By Celeste Cooper   If you are like me, “the fibro effect” seems to rear its ugly head this time of year. My routine is d ...
Lemon Juicy Immunity Boost Lemon Juicy Immunity Boost
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sue Ingebretson and Rebuilding Wellness   Want a juicy secret to staying healthy this year? Try ...
VIDEO:  Dear Healthy People: Identity Crisis VIDEO: Dear Healthy People: Identity Crisis
Having to prove something over and over gets frustrating, doesn't it? The chronically ill couldn't agree more.    ...
Things to Do When You're Mostly Housebound Things to Do When You're Mostly Housebound
Reprinted with the kind permission of Toni Bernhard. For those who are mostly housebound, living well can be a challenge. Due to chron ...
The best sleeping positions for pain The best sleeping positions for pain
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sarah Borien and A Life Less Physical   From time to time, people contact me with something the ...


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VIDEO:  Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand VIDEO: Anxiety: 11 Things We Want You to Understand
Many people who live with fibromyalgia also suffer anxiety.  Given that our bodies are in perpetual “fight or flight” mode, the added burden ... [Comments: 2]
Less Pain, Fewer Pills – A Fibromyalgia Review: Part I Less Pain, Fewer Pills – A Fibromyalgia Review: Part I
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Seeking to curb their misuse, the FDA has come down hard on op ... [Comments: 2]
Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 1: Diagnosing OI Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 1: Diagnosing OI
Orthostatic Intolerance (OI) is an integral part of ME/CFS (1,2,3) and is present in most fibromyalgia patients (4,5) and many of those with ... [Comments: 2]
We have a drug overdose crisis, not a prescription opioid crisis We have a drug overdose crisis, not a prescription opioid crisis
Reprinted with the kind permission of the PAINS Project   by Lynn Webster, MD – Published by The Hill The media and pol ... [Comments: 1]
Is Searching for THE Answer Making You Worse? Is Searching for THE Answer Making You Worse?
The very nature of a chronic illness like ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and Lyme disease is that there is no simple answer; there is no cure – not ye ... [Comments: 1]


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The Possible Role of Meditation in Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A New Hypothesis. The Possible Role of Meditation in Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A New Hypothesis.
ABSTRACT   BACKGROUND OF HYPOTHESIS   Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is the most common musculoskeletal pain disorder of the h ... [12/12/17]
Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia? Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia?
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Studies showing that the parts of the brain that process pain ... [12/08/17]
Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue. Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue.
Abstract Fatigue is a disabling, multifaceted symptom that is highly prevalent and stubbornly persistent. Although fatigue&n ... [12/03/17]
Do cognitive and physical fatigue tasks enhance pain, cognitive fatigue, and Do cognitive and physical fatigue tasks enhance pain, cognitive fatigue, and
ABSTRACT   OBJECTIVE Fibromyalgia is a condition characterized by chronic widespread muscle pain and fatigue. The primar ... [12/02/17]
Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Can something as simple as a diet reduce the pain in fibromyal ... [11/24/17]


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Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue. Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue.
Abstract Fatigue is a disabling, multifaceted symptom that is highly prevalent and stubbornly persistent. Although fatigue&n ... [12/03/17]
Stair negotiation in women with fibromyalgia: A descriptive correlational study. Stair negotiation in women with fibromyalgia: A descriptive correlational study.
ABSTRACT   Walking up and down stairs is a common and important activity of daily living. Women with fibromyalgia often sho ... [11/20/17]
Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Can something as simple as a diet reduce the pain in fibromyal ... [11/24/17]
Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia? Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia?
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Studies showing that the parts of the brain that process pain ... [12/08/17]
Treatment of fibromyalgia. Treatment of fibromyalgia.
ABSTRACT Fibromyalgia is a common, often overlooked, clinical syndrome in general practice. It can be associated with considerable disabi ... [11/16/17]


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Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia? Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia?
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Studies showing that the parts of the brain that process pain ... [Stars: 5.00]
Qigong and Fibromyalgia  Qigong and Fibromyalgia 
ABSTRACT   Qigong is an internal art practice with a long history in China. It is currently characterized as meditative movement (or ... [Stars: 5.00]
Stair negotiation in women with fibromyalgia: A descriptive correlational study. Stair negotiation in women with fibromyalgia: A descriptive correlational study.
ABSTRACT   Walking up and down stairs is a common and important activity of daily living. Women with fibromyalgia often sho ... [Stars: 4.65]
Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue. Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue.
Abstract Fatigue is a disabling, multifaceted symptom that is highly prevalent and stubbornly persistent. Although fatigue&n ... [Stars: 4.00]
Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Can something as simple as a diet reduce the pain in fibromyal ... [Stars: 4.00]


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The Possible Role of Meditation in Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A New Hypothesis. The Possible Role of Meditation in Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A New Hypothesis.
ABSTRACT   BACKGROUND OF HYPOTHESIS   Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is the most common musculoskeletal pain disorder of the h ...
Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia? Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia?
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Studies showing that the parts of the brain that process pain ...
Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue. Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue.
Abstract Fatigue is a disabling, multifaceted symptom that is highly prevalent and stubbornly persistent. Although fatigue&n ...
Do cognitive and physical fatigue tasks enhance pain, cognitive fatigue, and Do cognitive and physical fatigue tasks enhance pain, cognitive fatigue, and
ABSTRACT   OBJECTIVE Fibromyalgia is a condition characterized by chronic widespread muscle pain and fatigue. The primar ...
Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Can something as simple as a diet reduce the pain in fibromyal ...


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Do cognitive and physical fatigue tasks enhance pain, cognitive fatigue, and Do cognitive and physical fatigue tasks enhance pain, cognitive fatigue, and
ABSTRACT   OBJECTIVE Fibromyalgia is a condition characterized by chronic widespread muscle pain and fatigue. The primar ... [Comments: 1]
Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes Could a Diet Reduce the Pain in Fibromyalgia? A FODMAPS Study Suggests Yes
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Can something as simple as a diet reduce the pain in fibromyal ... [Comments: 1]
The Possible Role of Meditation in Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A New Hypothesis. The Possible Role of Meditation in Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A New Hypothesis.
ABSTRACT   BACKGROUND OF HYPOTHESIS   Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is the most common musculoskeletal pain disorder of the h ... [Comments: 0]
Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia? Tying the Brain and Body Together in Fibromyalgia?
Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising   Studies showing that the parts of the brain that process pain ... [Comments: 0]
Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue. Beyond pain in fibromyalgia: insights into the symptom of fatigue.
Abstract Fatigue is a disabling, multifaceted symptom that is highly prevalent and stubbornly persistent. Although fatigue&n ... [Comments: 0]


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Is a Good Night's Sleep at the Top of Your Wishlist? Is a Good Night's Sleep at the Top of Your Wishlist?
Do you find yourself staring at the ceiling night after night, unable to sleep? Do you finally fall asleep only to wake up an hour or two la ... [12/04/17]
Osteopathy: Part 1 of the multi-treatment approach to pain Osteopathy: Part 1 of the multi-treatment approach to pain
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sarah Borien and A Life Less Physical   I try and blog at least once a week, but a new job and ... [11/29/17]
Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection? Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection?
By Celeste Cooper   Could gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) be co-morbid to fibromyalgia? A new study (October 2017) published i ... [11/19/17]
Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 2: Treating OI Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 2: Treating OI
Part 1 of this article describes Orthostatic Intolerance (OI), which includes both POTS and NMH and is an integral part of ME/CFS and often ... [11/03/17]
Making Scents of Pain Relief Making Scents of Pain Relief
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sue Ingebretson   Did you know that particular scents can trigger pain relief? Chronic illness ... [10/31/17]


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Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection? Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection?
By Celeste Cooper   Could gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) be co-morbid to fibromyalgia? A new study (October 2017) published i ... [11/19/17]
Is a Good Night's Sleep at the Top of Your Wishlist? Is a Good Night's Sleep at the Top of Your Wishlist?
Do you find yourself staring at the ceiling night after night, unable to sleep? Do you finally fall asleep only to wake up an hour or two la ... [12/04/17]
Yes, It Really Is Possible to Restore Mitochondrial Function! Yes, It Really Is Possible to Restore Mitochondrial Function!
Membrane Lipid Replacement can play a key role in restoring mitochondrial function lost due to chronic illness. The result? More energy, les ... [10/27/17]
Osteopathy: Part 1 of the multi-treatment approach to pain Osteopathy: Part 1 of the multi-treatment approach to pain
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Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 2: Treating OI Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 2: Treating OI
Part 1 of this article describes Orthostatic Intolerance (OI), which includes both POTS and NMH and is an integral part of ME/CFS and often ... [11/03/17]


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Pitfalls and Pleasures of Therapeutic Massage for Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain Pitfalls and Pleasures of Therapeutic Massage for Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain
By Celeste Cooper   In a 2015 review and meta-analysis of different styles of massage therapy for those of us living with fibromyalgi ... [Stars: 5.00]
Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 2: Treating OI Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 2: Treating OI
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Making Scents of Pain Relief Making Scents of Pain Relief
Reprinted with the kind permission of Sue Ingebretson   Did you know that particular scents can trigger pain relief? Chronic illness ... [Stars: 4.65]
Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection? Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection?
By Celeste Cooper   Could gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) be co-morbid to fibromyalgia? A new study (October 2017) published i ... [Stars: 4.65]
Yes, It Really Is Possible to Restore Mitochondrial Function! Yes, It Really Is Possible to Restore Mitochondrial Function!
Membrane Lipid Replacement can play a key role in restoring mitochondrial function lost due to chronic illness. The result? More energy, les ... [Stars: 4.25]


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Is a Good Night's Sleep at the Top of Your Wishlist? Is a Good Night's Sleep at the Top of Your Wishlist?
Do you find yourself staring at the ceiling night after night, unable to sleep? Do you finally fall asleep only to wake up an hour or two la ...
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Reprinted with the kind permission of Sarah Borien and A Life Less Physical   I try and blog at least once a week, but a new job and ...
Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection? Is There a GERD—Fibro Connection?
By Celeste Cooper   Could gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) be co-morbid to fibromyalgia? A new study (October 2017) published i ...
Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 2: Treating OI Orthostatic Intolerance, Part 2: Treating OI
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Making Scents of Pain Relief Making Scents of Pain Relief
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Is a Good Night's Sleep at the Top of Your Wishlist? Is a Good Night's Sleep at the Top of Your Wishlist?
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 Are trigger point injections cumulative over time?
Dr. Robert Bennett is a world-renowned FM expert and researcher with more than 35 years of experience in the FM field.
Are trigger point injections cumulative over time?
Q: I have been getting weekly trigger point injections for a month. I don't see any improvement. Are the injections cumulative over time or can you suggest anything else for pain?

One should know immediately whether a myofascial trigger point injection is effective. Firstly, if the trigger point is accurately located there should be a sharp pain when it is pierced; sometimes this is associated with a muscle twitch and pain referred to a nearby location. So it is important to provide this feedback to your doctor. Assuming the injection fluid contained a local anesthetic, there should be an almost immediate reduction in pain that lasts for several hours. A more long-lasting effect often takes a day or two to become apparent. The effectiveness of trigger point injections seldom lasts more than a... [more]

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Reprinted with the kind permission of Toni Bernhard. For those who are mostly housebound, living well can be a chal... [12/04/17]
The Restorative Power of Nature

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Scientific studies have found that time spent in nature – even as little as five minutes – reduces stress, improves c... [11/29/17]
When Everybody has a Plan in Life Except You

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Is Searching for THE Answer Making You Worse?

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The very nature of a chronic illness like ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and Lyme disease is that there is no simple answer; ... [11/06/17]


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