The Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of March 25, 2013 are…
We started off the week with an encouraging report about weight loss among people who suffer depression and more. People with serious mental issues like depression can lose weight with a program that provides counseling, nutrition information, and exercise classes. The weight loss results proved significant and were on par with people who don’t suffer from mental health issues. Read more: Successful Weight Loss Program For Patients With Serious Mental Illness.
Our second article of the week is about how sodium intake guidelines are being ignored worldwide. Most Fibro patients feel better when they cut back on processed foods, but overall adults seem to be overindulging in sodium: Daily AHA Recommended Amount Of Sodium Ignored By Majority Of Adults Worldwide.
WHAT’S STOPPING YOU FROM HEALING FROM FIBROMYALGIA? is our third top article of the week, by Sue Ingebretson. Learn the ways that anxiety and fear could be preventing you from healing.
Fourth up this week, Depression Can Rob Us Of The Full Benefits Of Healthy Behaviors Both exercise and light to moderate alcohol consumption offer anti-inflammatory benefits. However, depression may rob the body of these benefits by inhibiting the anti-inflammatory effects. This is just one in another of a long list of potential dangerous side-effects that accompany depression.
And the Top 5 closes with an unusual but informative piece called The Best Cars for Fibromyalgia. Make sure to slow down and check it out. (Get it?!? I know, I know. Sigh.) But it’s something few people write about, so see what Fibro blogger Sarakastic has to say about the subject.
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