Living with Fibromyalgia

Environmental Therapy and Fibromyalgia Syndrome

Environmental therapy is an alternative form of treatment to help fight fibromyalgia. Through changing your environment you can decrease your exposure to negative elements, increase your intake of positive minerals, adjust your home to help you feel at ease, and increase your positive relationships. Your personal environment, as well as […]

Fibromyalgia and Alcohol: Can you Drink?

For many people, sitting down with a nice glass of wine or socializing with friends over a few cold ones is an enjoyable experience often embellished in their life. Some enjoy this event only on occasion while others do so on a more frequent basis. But when a condition as […]

5 Best Job Ideas For Fibromyalgia Patients

Fibromyalgia, a chronic debilitating condition affecting various areas of the body, oftentimes makes it difficult for an individual to maintain employment due to the pain, swelling, fatigue and other symptoms associated with the disease. But this isn’t to say that jobs for individuals with this condition are unavailable. Many people, […]

Connection Between GMOs and Fibromyalgia

If you have been following health news at all, it is relatively likely that you have heard something about GMO’s. It’s important that we understand GMO’s and other chemicals, and how they can affect diseases like fibromyalgia. What do they do? What harm can they bring if we don’t keep […]

How Fibromyalgia and ATP Low Levels Connected?

ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate. It is something that the body produces to promote muscle health and to carry oxygen and other nutrients in the body. ATP & fibro have a very definite connection. Recent studies have narrowed down the role of ATP in fibromyalgia flare-ups and symptoms that make […]

4 Quick Tips To Control FibroFog

Fibrofog is, perhaps, one of the most frustrating things that you can deal with as part of your fibromyalgia. We all want to make sure that we remember what is going on during our day and that we’re able to cope with everything that is going on in our life. […]