To help control and even prevent numerous health problems, more movement and less eating are absolutely necessary. This is not true of every fibromyalgia case or every chronic illness. Type I diabetes is not caused by diet or exercise or other lifestyle choices. Some fibro cases stem from a variety of causes, such as war-related trauma.
But obesity is also a factor in the development of fibromyalgia. So if your fibromyalgia stems from weight issues or weight issues have developed because of fibromyalgia or another illness, you need to rethink how you handle managing activity, diet, and pain.
It’s vital, even affecting hormone health.
A new healthy hormone study study shows that a healthy lifestyle proves pivotal to healthy hormones. From a Medical News Today article:
“Epidemiologists estimate that about 80 percent of the most common diseases are linked to severe overweight and obesity and a sedentary lifestyle. Obese people are at an increased risk for cardiovascular diseases, vascular diseases, hypertension, (edit: Type II) diabetes and cancer. This lowers their life expectancy. Weight loss and physical activity help to counteract this. Women who lose weight lower their breast cancer risk. Regular physical activity lowers the risk of developing breast, colorectal and cervical cancers.”
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