Links to Think #009 Fibromyalgia Edition

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Links To Think #005 Fibromyalgia Edition

What Can I Do To Change My Life? EP:000 - Concepts, Ideas, Thoughts & Bullsh!t
Let’s establish a foundation to the development of a healthy mindset. Living with the many ways chronic illness changes your life, places stress on your life, making you feel damaged,…
5 Tips for Meaningful Meditation
Are you getting all you can out of your meditation? Is it meaningful meditation? Turn Your Meditation into Meaningful Meditation By Harper Harmon For some, meditation is the way to calm…
Why Lavender Oil is MORE Effective Than Xanax, Valium and Prozac for Relieving Anxiety
Despite all the advancements in technology designed to make our life easier, researchers are finding that we are more stressed than ever before (1). Approximately 40 million adults in the…
Easy Ways to Organize Your Medical Life
by Donna Gregory Burch Posted 10/20/17 One of the best tidbits of advice my mom gave me in my 20s was to always request and save copies of my medical records. I was healthy at the time, so…
THE DREADED CHANGE OF SEASONS WHICH AFFECTS ALL FIBROMYALGIA SUFFERERS...
It’s that time of year that all Fibromyalgia sufferers dread. As the seasons change from summer to autumn then winter.
Easy Bone Broth Recipe - How to Make Bone Broth
If you’ve never made a bone broth recipe before, your stock pot is about to earn its keep. Once you see how easy, delicious, and versatile this homemade bone broth is, you’ll wonder how you…
3 Surprising Tips for Better Sleep - Rebuilding Wellness | Sue Ingebretson

Do you feel like better sleep is a thing of the past? Does it feel as if the whole world drops into blissful slumber as you stare at the ceiling?

For those of us with fibromyalgia, CFS, arthritis, MS, and other chronic illnesses, a common thread related to sleep disturbances is that familiar “tired but wired” feeling. Our over-active brains turn on conversations, images, and feelings that we can’t seem to turn off.
CRYOTHERAPY FOR CHRONIC PAIN...
An article on Health Central says that lately, researchers have been studying the potential health benefits of cryotherapy using cold air chambers. Cryotherapy started in Japan and uses a…
I`m not disabled I`m Chronically Ill - Living Creatively with Fibro
You may be wondering at this point why? So I hope to enlighten you and you never know you may even agree with me. When you think about disability things that come to mind are the loss of…
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How To Make Marijuana Tea - Leaf Science
Marijuana tea is popular in many parts of the world, including Jamaica and India. Tea is an alternative way to consume marijuana that does not involve smoking. It is easy to prepare at…
The Complete Guide To Fasting & Reversing Type 2 Diabetes: A Special Interview With Dr. Jason Fung
“Everyone has a physician inside him or her; we just have to help it in its work. The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well. Our food should be…
Links To Think #005 Fibromyalgia Edition
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Links to Think #003

Intimacy With Chronic Illness - Concepts, Ideas, Thoughts & Bullsh!t
Intimacy is scary shit. It is being honestly connected in an emotional way. Like he/she can read your mind. Your soul is just so clear to that person. It is having faith in, and courage to,…
When pain brings with it depression
1 in 5 people will develop a mental illness in their lifetime. And you know chronic pain increases those odds. Hell, with fibromyalgia we are 30% more likely to develop depression, 3 times…
Losing weight with chronic pain: Tom`s story
It was Summer 2001 and life was great! Awesome friends, a partner in a successful company, pursuing my Master’s degree in counselling, playing sports, and travelling. I was living a good…
Effective ways to avoid Social Isolation with Fibro - Living Creatively with Fibro
Fellow Sufferers If you are suffering from chronic pain, even if you have not been diagnosed with anything at this point (It can take many months or in some peoples case years to get the…
Life Rules: Behavioural Phrases to Live By
Kids with Asperger’s work best with rules and lists to follow. This applies in more or less every aspect of their lives. It’s major part of their development and as a parent, it’s up to you…
IV KETAMINE INFUSION FOR FIBROMYALGiA...
A very interesting read on (IV) ketamine infusion therapy from Fibromyalgia Treating Anyone with fibromyalgia knows that there are hundreds of treatments that address the varied symptoms of…
Measuring Beyond the Pain Scale
As part of Pain Awareness Month, NeuroMetrix Chief Commercial Officer Frank McGillin has written a series on chronic pain. We are republishing his comments on the Pain Scale. The other…
When another symptom crops up
The most frustrating thing about chronic illness is the spontaneous occurrence of another random symptom that doesn’t fit into the puzzle you already have. I have been getting these massive…
Are you spending too much time with the wrong people? - Counting My Spoons
The last few months have found me making a strong effort to spend more time with the right people, and less time with the wrong people. It was as I sat at a dinner with the Oska Wellness…
Tools & Resources
I created a few different journal pages to help me track my progress, you are welcome to use… I hope it helps you! MyFoggyBrain’s Wellness Workbook – Journaling Your Way to a Healthier…
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The Benefits Of Malic Acid For Fibro and CFS

Malic Acid: The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia connection.

Malic acid is a natural substance found in fruit and vegetables – one of the richest sources being apples. It is also naturally present in your body’s cells and large amounts of it are formed and then eventually broken down again on a daily basis. It possesses many health-related benefits such as boosting immunity, maintaining oral health, reducing the risk of poisoning from a build-up of toxic metals and promoting smoother and firmer skin.

Malic acid plays a vital role in improving overall muscle performance, reversing muscle fatigue following exercise, reducing tiredness and poor energy levels, as well as improving mental clarity. These actions can make it a beneficial treatment for sufferers of fibromyalgia and CFS (both these conditions involve muscle pain, joint tenderness and low energy levels).

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