Fibromyalgia is described as a chronic pain condition but there is a whole lot more to it than that. Fibromyalgia affects multiple systems in the body including the central nervous system and the autonomic nervous system. Therefore, someone with fibromyalgia can have a wide variety of symptoms. Some fibromyalgia symptoms seem so bizarre it can make you feel like you have lost your mind.
I live with daily tension-type headaches and frequent migraines. Both can cause photophobia (sensitivity to light), during and between attacks. This is true for cluster headaches as well. So, if you suffer from frequent headaches (no matter what kind), read my review to see how Axon Optics therapeutic glasses help provide natural relief for headaches and light sensitivity..
Do you ever get up from a chair, walk a few steps, and then hit with a sudden wave of dizziness? It happens to me all the time. Dizziness upon standing, fatigue, brain fog, headaches, pain, blurry vision, and even excessive sweating can be caused by the blood flow abnormalities seen in fibromyalgia. So I am really excited to tell you about a therapeutic device called the Hummingbird. The device helps improve blood circulation, which in turn, alleviates the related symptoms associated with inadequate blood flow.
If you have asthma you know how terrifying it can be when you feel like you can’t breathe during an asthma attack. It can be hard not to panic when you feel like you are suffocating. But that is the worst thing you can do. I have learned it is best to monitor my symptoms and try to prevent asthma attacks from happening. I have been using a free asthma app from Health Storylines to track and monitor my asthma symptoms.
We’ve all heard the old adage “you are what you eat”, but have you ever stopped to think how true that is? Eating a healthy diet gives your body energy and boosts immunity, even without a medical condition. In this guest post, food blogger, Kristin recommends some foods to eat that can help you deal with fibromyalgia pain and fatigue.
Most people know that ginger helps relieve upset stomach and nausea. But did you know that ginger acts as a natural pain reliever? In this guest post, Stephen explains some of the health benefits ginger has to offer, why ginger may ease fibromyalgia pain and ways to get more ginger in your diet.