My Working with Fibromyalgia as Community Leaders

My Working with Fibromyalgia as Community Leaders

How can I change that? After I was diagnosed with FM at age 24, this is what I wanted to know. This disease caused me a deep mistake. I wanted to know how to ensure that myself and others with FM have a better future following my learning of this syndrome and finding several helpful […]

How I Relief My Pain from Vitamin D

How I Relief My Pain from Vitamin D

A recent study published in the International Journal of Rheumatic Diseases found that substitution therapy of vitamin D improved musculoskeletal symptoms, depression, and quality of life for chronically spread patient patients. Chronic widespread pain (CWP), which lasts for at least three months, is defined as the pain. The distribution of pain throughout the body and […]

Pain Story of Lynne Carlos

Pain Story of Lynne Carlos

Pain: Will your life be changed. You ‘re going to be stronger than you ever thought. With compassion your heart will grow. You ‘re going to find real friends to support you. You’ll concentrate on the actual purpose of life. Your new world offers endless chances. In balance and patience you will find comfort. Your […]

Think your physician has Lyme disease out of control? Not likely!

Think your physician has Lyme disease out of control? Not likely!

You may have been tested for the Lyme disease before finally diagnosing fibromyalgia if your doctor did your job thoroughly. You were probably given a negative test result and thought that you excluded Lyme from your symptoms as a possible cause. But probably you ‘re mistaken. You can get a negative Lyme test result and […]

Do You Know A lot of Men Also Faces Fibromyalgia?

Do You Know A lot of Men Also Faces Fibromyalgia?

Because he walked on and let the world know about his disease, Michael J. Fox has become a kind of “one man.” Due to his plight with disease, he gained national focus and received national sympathy. I welcome him for “taking a stand” and making him aware of a disease and paying attention to Parkinson […]

Housekeeping With Fibromyalgia

Housekeeping With Fibromyalgia

Keeping a home is always a chore, but it can be the source of an inflammatory symptom that puts you out for days or even weeks in people with fibromyalgia and other chronic pain problems. This makes developing technologies that help them complete their tasks without excessive time and energy expenses all the more important. […]

Fibromyalgia Pain and Redheads

Fibromyalgia Pain and Redheads

I’ve only received fibromyalgia recently, but immediately I noticed that there was a disproportionate quantity of redheads in fibromyalgia and film, which made me remember and think more acutely about redheads. Can a corollary exist? That is, Can it make the redheads more susceptible to a nervous disorder like fibro if they are actually hypersensitive […]

Pain and Pills Shoulder and Brain why Fibromyalgia

Pain and Pills Shoulder and Brain why Fibromyalgia

Bread. Only the word hurts — and causes a great deal of stress. The sciatica shoots your leg sharply. The agonizing birth contractions. This migraine is constantly suffering and throbbing. Fibromyalgia’s constant pain and weariness. Oxycontin, vicodin, percocet … a few weeks, a couple months, years … medications for that pain. What if you felt […]

Fibro Tips: School and Elizabeth

Fibro Tips: School and Elizabeth

This is the year’s time. The weather is cooling, the hooks change and the fall chaos starts again. Students , teachers and parents must return to school by extension. This is the time. And while a new year of school is exciting, this hectic change can easily lead to a combination of stress, flares and […]

Support Groups and Mary Top 10 Tips

Support Groups and Mary Top 10 Tips

It’s not an easy task to run a successful support group and that’s why we contacted the retired Chairman of the non profitable 501(c)(3) organization, Mary P. Harper, Fibromyalgia Association of Houston, Inc. She has worked for 16 years with her board and has given us some tips for a local support group. First, we […]

Do you feel as if the "chronic disease thief" had been taken from a "health hostage?"

Do you feel as if the “chronic disease thief” had been taken from a “health hostage?”

Inmate in my body — that is exactly what I felt after a car accident for too many years. As I fought with the disastrous effects of fibromyalgia and light brain trauma, I called myself a “health hostage.” I was a health hostage. The management of my physical signs took my painful days — and […]