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27 Invisible Symptoms of Fibromyalgia You Just Cannot Ignore

March 8, 2019

Fibromyalgia affects more than 5 million people in the U.S and the figures are increasing. There are many uncomfortable symptoms of Fibromyalgia. It is known as an invisible illness because people cannot see the manner in which people suffer from the disease. Generally, Fibromyalgia is a very serious condition that the sufferers experience and its […]

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7 Toxic Everyday Products That Can Worsen Fibromyalgia

March 8, 2019

It was found 16 percent of fibromyalgia patients also suffer from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), a common condition showing symptoms such as headaches, exhaustion, pain in the abdomen and joints and brain fog etc. MCS can easily be triggered by exposure to chemicals in the environment and everyday products. These products that we use daily […]

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Can you really die because of fibromyalgia?

March 8, 2019

‘’Arthritis and Rheumatism’’ a study published last year which found disturbing trends in cohort of fibromyalgia patients that may change the health care community’s approach to fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is not a disease but a chronic pain syndrome and it has been accepted by many in the medical association. Certainly it is not killing anyone. However, […]

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Fibromyalgia is Declared as a New Long Term Disability

March 2, 2019

Fibromyalgia is to be recognised by health professionals in Northern Ireland as a long-term condition. People who suffer from it complain of aches all over the body, as well as profound fatigue. Other symptoms include headaches, sleep deprivation and difficulty concentrating. Despite the severity of symptoms, people living with the condition in NI have said […]

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The Connection Between Fibromyalgia and Anger

February 25, 2019

Anger is a very common emotion, particularly for people suffering from fibromyalgia. It is a natural, human reaction and yet it doesn’t get an awful lot of attention as a side effect to chronic pain. It’s one thing to accept our anger, but it’s another to let that anger consume us and let it impact […]

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The 6 Different Stages of Fibromyalgia, I have 3 Stage. What’s Your Stage ?

February 25, 2019

When being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, one of the first thoughts to go through your head is, ‘Is this illness progressive?’ Many Doctors have done research into whether Fibromyalgia is a progressive illness like it’s sister illnesses MS and Lupus. However the jury is still out on this and many doctors will tell you that Fibro is […]

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8 Products that Relief Fibromyalgia Pain

February 24, 2019

Struggling daily with the pain and exhaustion of fibromyalgia can quickly become so much exasperating and exhausting, especially when you know that there’s no one-size-fits-all treatment for it. In this situation, finding a product or technique to assist you ease your symptoms is a God’s gift. Moreover, this process usually involves a combination of treatments rather […]

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10 Home Remedies for Fibromyalgia Sufferers

February 24, 2019

Fibromyalgia is a condition that is characterized by extensive pain in muscles and joints. This pain is frequently accompanied by poor sleep and fatigue over and above, issues with memory and temper. Understand that there is no cure for fibromyalgia, but there are different ways to manage it symptoms. Activate your lifestyle: Quite a lot of […]

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10 Foods that Worsen Fibromyalgia

February 24, 2019

Fibromyalgia being a persistent health condition causes a wide range of mental and physical symptoms. Moreover, it is a condition that causes widespread pain in combination with memory, fatigue, mood and sleeping issues. An unfamiliar symptom of Fibromyalgia is an enhanced sensitivity to a variety of substances together with food. Poor food preference can in a […]

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Sleep Problems Associated with Sensory Disabilities

February 24, 2019

Guest Post by Kayla Johnson from Tuck.com Sensory disabilities describe disabilities that affect the senses: sight, hearing, taste, smell and/or touch. Examples of sensory disabilities include: Blindness or poor vision Deafness or hearing loss Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) Sensory processing disorder Totally blind people may have Non-24 sleep disorder. They have no light perception, and end up out of […]

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