The Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of February 11, 2013 are…
The first article featured this week is Nerve Stimulation Cuts Down on Migraines. As some people reading this know first-hand, migraines can be life-halting and even add to the stress of fibromyalgia. A new non-invasive device prevents the formation of the nasty pains.
Expanding Mental Health Care For Vets covers a very important issue that affects the whole country as well as fibromyalgia patients. The trauma and stress of combat sometimes results in fibromyalgia. The armed forces recognize this as a legitimate health concern. Find out what is being done to help our nation’s vets stay mentally healthy.
Our next post is not the norm, and that’s a good thing. 13 Ways Fibromyalgia is Like Downton Abbey examines the mutual drama and pain shared between this dramatic British television classic in the making and the stress of fibromyalgia. “Don’t be defeatist dear. It’s so middle class.” Ha!
Our fourth top article Study Suggests Link Between Untreated Depression And Response To Shingles Vaccine supports the theory that depression plays a significant role in how the body reacts to aspects of physical health, including vaccines. Don’t miss this article, as depression plays a large role in fibromyalgia.
And the last top article of the week reveals that older black and white women react the same to Vitamin D dosages: Recommended Vitamin D Doses The Same For African-American And Caucasian Women will help our readers with Vitamin D concerns.
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