If you read my blog, you know that I love products made by The Fay Farm. This time, I am reviewing their Rejuvenation lotion which is great for use on deep joint and aching muscle pain. In fact, the lotion was made with chronic pain sufferers in mind. The Fay Farm consulted fibromyalgia, small fiber neuropathy, and multiple sclerosis sufferers while developing their Rejuvenation lotion.
Considering 80 percent of the immune system is located in the digestive tract, maintaining a healthy gut is crucial to support overall health and immunity. Two of the most important ingredients for healthy digestion are digestive enzymes and probiotics. So when I was asked to try a product, Daily Body Restore which contains both probiotics and digestive enzymes in one pill, I was happy to do it.
A couple of studies in recent years report that drinking alcohol can help relieve fibromyalgia pain and symptom severity. That seems contradictory since most of us with fibromyalgia cannot tolerate alcohol without feeling sick. In this guest post, journalist Stephen Bitsoli explains what the research says about drinking alcohol when you have fibromyalgia.
How often do you forget to take your medications? Did you already take them? Did you actually take them or are you confusing thinking about taking your meds with actually taking them? It’s easy to become confused especially when taking multiple medications and supplements. Add in pain, fatigue, and brain fog and who knows whether you’ve taken your meds of not. This is called medication non-adherence. It’s a big problem and one that PillDrill can help solve.
Back in November, I was offered the opportunity to try out a pain management device called the Oska Pulse. The Oska Pulse optimizes innovative, cutting edge technology to help reduce muscle stiffness and inflammation, help ease chronic pain and increase mobility. In this post, I am going to tell you how Oska Pulse works and why it is my new favorite pain management tool.
The whole health approach for treating chronic illness emphasizes healing of the whole person – mind, body, and spirit, rather than only the illness itself. It’s an approach that requires you to actively participate in enhancing the quality of your health. But, where do you start? Keep reading for my review on The Whole Health Life book and The Connection documentary. Both offer evidence-based solutions to help you improve your health from every aspect, mentally, physically, and spiritually.