The Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of February 18, 2013 are…
This week started out with an important study about how insomnia, bad dreams, and suicide connect. The study claims that targeting specific sleep problems will cut down on suicide in at-risk people. Read Insomnia Study May Lead To Reduction In The Risk Of Suicide In People With Depressive Symptoms for more about this crucial study.
An important development happened this week with Fibromyalgia Not One-Size-Fits-All Disorder, as if you didn’t already know that! But German researchers actually do believe that fibromyalgia is a population continuum rather than a categorical disorder. Hopefully, this discovery leads to better treatment options and an eve better understanding of the many ways that fibro patients experience suffering.
>13 WAYS FIBROMYALGIA IS LIKE DOWNTON ABBEY: Part II is another “dramatic” look at how fibromyalgia is just like Downton Abbey. Except for the money. And the style. And that fabulous estate…
The fourth article of the week deals with prescription opioid painkiller overdoses and reveals that other drugs— given to help mental health—are often involved.
2010 figures show that overdose deaths are continuing to rise. This sobering fact plagues our country as well as other parts of the world. For more facts, read Psych Meds Often On Board in Opioid Overdoses (CME/CE).
And our last article kicks off the weekend with some tips on how to budget and pay the bills with CFS and fibromyalgia, so you can enjoy this weekend as well as whatever else you want to do! Learn to organize despite fibro fog and fatigue with Bills & Budgets with Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
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