Archive for January, 2016


Pain Medications 101: Know The Risks

There are millions of people in the US taking pain medications for acute and chronic pain. There are several kinds of pain medications including over the counter pain medications, narcotic-like pain medications, and narcotic pain medications. There are risks in taking all of these pain medications and, before you take them, you should know the […]

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What Is Fibro Fog And How To Deal With It

Fibromyalgia is not just a condition of chronic pain and tender points. There are brain effects that seem to go along with the disease although doctors don’t know exactly how the brain and the pain of fibromyalgia are interrelated. What Is Fibro Fog Many patients who suffer from fibromyalgia also experience cognitive dysfunction, known as […]

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10 Tips To Improve Your Mental State When Living With Pain

Tips To Improve Your Emotional And Mental State When Living With Chronic Pain Dealing with chronic pain can exact a toll on your emotional and mental state of being. You may be constantly stressed by your pain and may even suffer from depression because the pain is affecting all areas of your life and your […]

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Short Bursts of Physical Activity May Ease Fibromyalgia Pain

Fibromyalgia is one of the more difficult chronic pain syndromes to treat. It requires a holistic approach that includes medications, a better diet, exercise, and other lifestyle changes in order to feel better. More than ten million US adults, mostly women, suffer from this disease and are looking for answers as to how to deal […]

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5 Tips For Very Active People Dealing With Fibromyalgia Pain

If you are used to being very active and suddenly get a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, it can come as a big shock. Things that used to be easy to do become much more difficult and you will find that your energy level is much less than it used to be. There are things you will […]

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Oxygen Chamber Therapy For Fibromyalgia

A recent study was undertaken on women with fibromyalgia. They were given hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which is usually used in those suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning or the bends in scuba divers. The women showed a reasonable degree of pain relief after receiving this form of treatment. What Is Oxygen Chamber Therapy?

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