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Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of March 11, 2013

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The Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of March 11, 2013 are…

We started the week with exciting news about anti-aging. Both aging and stress are largely associated with fibromyalgia. A recent anti-aging breakthrough might be the key to fibromyalgia and other diseases like Alzheimer’s and Type II diabetes. The paper about this breakthrough shows that a single anti-aging enzyme can be targeted by drugs, an amazing feat that holds the key to longevity and living well within that longer time frame. Check out Breakthrough In Anti-Aging Research to find out more.

Nematode round worms have helped researchers learn about the molecular key to exhaustion. Exhaustion comes in many forms. No matter the form, all beings that miss sleep make-up on sleep. Sleep loss is stressful plus results in a type of “paying-the-piper” behavior. Read more: Molecular Key To Exhaustion Found Following Sleep Deprivation.

Quality of life is such an important factor when treating illness. Use Of Adjunctive Antipsychotic Medications In Depression says that while antipsychotic meds offer some improvement in depression symptoms in adults, little evidence exists that these meds offer a significant improvement in the quality of life. Furthermore, they come with terrible side effects such as weight gain and a loss of interest in life.

5 TIPS TO GET YOUR HEALTH DERAILMENTS BACK ON TRACK offers such wonderful tips to get your health back on track. Keep this article handy after you read it because this advice will always be needed.

And we close the week with an article about sleepwalking called Sleepwalkers Sometimes Recall What They Did And Why. Many myths exist around sleepwalking, so this article wants to open people’s eyes to the truth by reporting on efforts to clarify what sleepwalkers remember and why they do what they do, based on fifteen years of studies.

Have a wonderful weekend!



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