The Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of January 21, 2013 are…
Our first article is all about how quinoa is NOT an amazing grain. That’s because it’s an amazing seed! It’s also gluten-free which means you might want to make it part of your fibro diet. It’s versatile and a little goes a long way, so try it out. Read SOWING THE SEEDS OF CHANGE WITH QUINOA for more info.
Next, make sure to review Discovery Of Surprising Connections Between Our Well-Being And Giving, Getting, And Gratitude, especially as Valentines Day is just around the corner and you might be looking for a way to spark up the connection with your partner. The answer: sleep! Yes, though it doesn’t sound like much of romance booster, it really helps. That’s because it enhances and solidifies feelings of gratitude and more between partners. Fibro patients do experience a lot of sleep problems, so this one offers some interesting insights.
Our third top article also covers insomnia, but with a much different angle and concern. Study Explores Whether Sleeping Pills Reduce Insomniac’s Suicidal Thoughts discusses a study done by the Medical College of Georgia Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior at Georgia Regents University on how insomnia by itself predicts suicide and whether or not sleeping pills help reduce such thoughts. Along with fibromyalgia, depression frequently comes up as an issue among fibromyalgia patients.
Review Focuses On Nutritional Factors That Help Preserve Muscle Mass, Strength And Performance In Seniors is an article that explains how The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) Nutrition Working Group recently reviewed how nutrition affects Sarcopneia. Sarcopneia the medical term for what the general population refers to as a gradual loss of muscle mass. The review focuses on an acid-based diet, protein, vitamins B and D. Read up on this to learn how to keep yourself strong.
The last Top 5 article for this week is about pelvic pain and vulvodynia in relation to chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and fibromyalgia. Pelvic pain really needs its own diagnosis and treatment, even in relation to CFS and fibromyalgia. It can stem from vulvodynia, but no matter the cause it remains a complicated matter that usually doesn’t receive the attention it deserves.
And that’s it for the Top Five Fibro Articles this week. Enjoy the weekend!
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