Saturday, 2 July 2011

FMSSAS eNews 11.07.02

Hi to all my fibro friends!
As I write the sun is shining.  Has summer arrived?  Or is it another false alarm?  Here is another mixed bag for you, information, some possible treatments, and a bit of fun for good measure.
26.  Don’t just look, observe . .  Don’t just swallow, taste . .  Don’t just sleep, dream . .  Don’t just think, feel . .  Don’t just exist, live. . .
Dr JACOB TEITELBAUM will be in the UK giving a presentation to fibromites
Sometime between August 1 and 6 (date and venue and time to be confirmed) in Bath, Somerset.  
I will let you know the date, time, venue and  details of  the programme and tickets when available. 
 Stress & Body-Pain      Part 2 
The 48 Hour Recovery Period in Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
“Have you ever noticed it takes you a couple of days to recover from a stressful event or over exertion? A 48-hour recovery period is one of the few consistent features of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.”
Understanding Fibromyalgia Pain
7 Types of Fibromyalgia Pain
You hear a lot about "fibromyalgia pain," but those of us with fibromyalgia (FMS) experience several kinds of pain.
Listserv Co-cure articles
1.      Fibromyalgia: when distress becomes (un)sympathetic pain
2.      Abnormality of circadian rhythm of serum melatonin and other biochemical parameters in fibromyalgia syndrome.
3.      Possible role for glutamic acid decarboxylase in fibromyalgia symptoms: A conceptual model for chronic pain
4.      Drug Class Review: Drugs for Fibromyalgia: Final Original Report
This Cure Works – understanding toxicity and putting environmental illness on the map
"Don't Treat The Symptoms. Treat The Cause.  I Discovered What's Causing My Chronic
Fatigue And Beat It."
The Pain Doctor
Discover why some doctors are hailing this as “one of the most effective painkillers” you could ever try... a chance to soothe your back pain, muscle and joint pain, rheumatism, sciatica, fibromyalgia, migraines and sports injuries.   You can claim tax relief if you are chronically sick or disabled.
Active Circulation Formula
Active circulation is essential to good health. On the other hand, poor circulation can cause many problems: varicose veins, phlebitis, haemorrhoids, problems with veins, heavy and swollen legs, heart and brain problems, etc. Clearly, any of us can suffer some degree of circulation-related health problems.  Active Circulation is a fantastic natural remedy for preventing all these risks and curing all the problems caused by poor circulation.
HydroCare Rehydration
Revitalise your skin, make those dull eyes dazzle and shift that flab and ugly cellulite by effectively rehydrating your body everyday with the isotonic drink that has taken the medical and nutritional community by storm.
Female Heart Attacks
Not specifically related to fibro but a warning every woman should heed and be aware of.
Five Ways To Boost Your Energy
Feel drained by late morning or mid-day? Well, you’re not alone. But these energy- boosting tips can change all that!
Medifocus Digest Alert – Fibromyalgia June 2011-07-01
Each month hundreds of thousands of consumers and healthcare professionals search the National Library of Medicine's Medline database seeking the latest information on their disease/condition. Conducting a thorough and effective Medline search is both a time consuming and daunting task. At Medifocus, we have developed an effective solution to this problem: each month our staff of expert researchers searches Medline for the latest advances in research and clinical medicine for over 70 diseases / conditions. We do this with one goal in mind: to empower you to effectively take control over your health.
And lastly – a bit of fun!
The mysteries of July and all the 1s - + moneybags!!!
That’s it for now!  Have a good weekend.  I hope you find the need to read!


N.B. I would like to point out to you all that the information in my eNewsletters does not necessarily infer endorsement by the charity Fibromyalgia Support for Surrey & Sussex.   Any advice or recommendation of a medical or legal nature must always be discussed with a qualified professional. The charity cannot be held responsible for omissions and/or errors.
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.  I also include various awareness and local issues as well as general health considerations.  Anyone wishing to reproduce any of the above items in printed form should seek permission from the originators.

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