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Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of May 20, 2013

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The Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of May 20, 2013 are…

  • So many people suffer from chronic pain worldwide, it’s astounding how little we know about the condition. Seems that since so many people struggle with chronic, debilitating pain, we’d already surefire ways to deal with it. But now, University of Michigan researchers believe they may have made a pain breakthrough, via electrical brain stimulation. Read more:Releasing The Brain’s Natural Pain Medications
  • The right therapy manages Fibromyalgia. However, so much of what we hear about pain is wrong, even in the medical profession. Chronic Pain is Manageable with the Right Therapy #fibromyalgia reveals what one doctor learned from his Fibromyalgia patient who got better without any pills. It’s an interesting new perspective that is gaining momentum.
  • “A Mediterranean diet heavy on extra-virgin olive oil or nuts does more to keep the aging brain agile than simply switching to a low-fat diet, researchers found.”

    Could this help with memory problems not related to dementia? Well, it couldn’t hurt to try. After all, the Mediterranean diet is overall a beneficial healthy one that is easy to stick to and tastes great. Read more: Add Olive Oil or Nuts to Guard Brain

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea Associated With Abdominal Fat Accumulation In Men warns Fibro men, take note: weight and sleep apnea are problems that many Fibro patients experience. Now, a new Japanese study links male abdominal fat to obstructive sleep apnea. The findings could help explain the differences in OSA effects on cardiovascular disease and mortality in relation to gender.

THAT’S IT FOR THIS WEEK—THANKS FOR READING!

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