Latest fibromyalgia blogger articles

You can gain deeper insight into fibromyalgia with these informative articles. People living with fibro share their personal experiences, shedding light on the ways this chronic pain condition impacts their lives and those around them. This week we have four articles on food and many other helpful subjects including recent fibromyalgia research, how to handle the holidays, and using a symptom tracker and foods.
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This includes both global and UK awareness days at Back Pain Blog UK. Have you heard of Blue Monday or Paget's disease?

Melissa vs Fibromyalgia explains how to plan your day using pacing.

Dale talks about his exeriences with yoga including the benefits he sees and how to begin. 

Baking Cookies with Fibromyalgia... Or Not is about the difficulties and decisions of baking cookies and keeping up family traditions.

How Chronic Pain Warriors Handle The Holidays is a friendly letter style post about one persons thoughts around how they view and also manage the holidays, her wishes and memories and how she sees herself. 

Did you know that ''sending a blessing benefits both the bless-or and the bless-ee. It has a transformational effect on both you and the recipient.''

Is where Susan talks about the difficult year she had in 2023... a death in the family, perimenopause symptoms, deression and grieving.

''Black, white, green, oolong, rooibos, flavoured, herbal. Loose leaf or bagged. Milk and sugar or straight up. Tea comes in many varieties and the steps to crafting the perfect cuppa have been hotly debated for years. Black tea is the UK’s most popular type and confers the most benefits, but however you take it, you’ll be glad to know there will be at least a few extra perks besides the comforting taste. Here are x surprising health benefits of drinking tea. Put the kettle on, grab a cuppa and enjoy!''

In this article we find out about the lions message for humanity.

''Despite its prevalence, fibromyalgia remains a complex and poorly understood condition with no known cure. However, significant research efforts are underway to unravel the mysteries of this chronic pain syndrome. Here’s a snapshot of the current state of fibromyalgia research.''

According to this article living with fibromyalgia can be made easier by following an anti-inflammatory eating plan. It lists the inflammatory foods to avoid so you can help reduce pain levels and improve nutrition.
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Omega 3 is crucial for managing fibromyalgia. Read this article to find out its hidden benefits, foods that contain it and why flaxseeds in your diet can make a significant difference to your pain. 

A christian women's persective on ways to overcome the depression caused by living with fibromyalgia and other chronic illnesses. 

From Fibro Friday week 483
  1. 10 Health Awareness Days for January 2024
  2. How To Use Your Symptom Tracking to Plan Your Day (Pacing Well)
  3. Fibro And The ‘Y’ Word!
  4. Baking Cookies with Fibromyalgia... Or Not
  5. How Chronic Pain Warriors Handle The Holidays
  6. Biology of Blessing
  7. When Everything Collides
  8. 10 Surprising Health Benefits Of Tea Drinking
  9. The Unyielding Majesty of the Lion’s Roar
  10. Fibromyalgia and the Current State of Research
  11. 10 Foods That Cause Fibromyalgia Symptom Flare-ups
  12. Why Omega 3 is so important when living with fibromyalgia?
  13. Sufficient to the day
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