Hemp and Natural Pain Relief

Hemp Natural Pain Relief

Because Hemp is an anti-inflammatory and has amazing healing properties, it can help reduce the pain of fibromyalgia. Also, Hemp is non-addictive so people shouldn’t be afraid to try it.

Hemp seeds are a good vegetarian source of Omega-3 fatty acids. which help to reduce inflammation, and may reduce your risk […]

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Fibromyalgia and “the second brain”



My second brain said it’s time to slow down!

You know how it is said the stomach is a “Second Brain”? Well, my second brain has been telling me I overdid it!

I am experiencing a nervous stomach, mild headache and some trembling from over-stimulated muscles. I feel the hypersensitivity that we […]

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Restless Legs Syndrome and Fibromyalgia

Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) pain is a common and sometimes devastating condition and is seen frequently in many chronic pain patients. In fact, it contributes to quite a bit of persistent pain, because of the difficulty it causes in terms of getting a good night’s rest.

Pain is broadly defined as “any unpleasant sensation with […]

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Fibromyalgia and a Slow Moving Bowel

Fibromyalgia and a slow-moving bowel—does it have to be this way?

I had worked in the direct care field and I knew what kind of day it would be when I would visit a client’s home and they would be complaining about not having a bowel movement. At first, I didn’t understand the obsession with […]

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Sleep Deprivation or Fibromyalgia—which comes first?


Is this your pet? Yes, it’s mine, too!

Are you getting enough sleep?

In a healthy person, sleep deprivation was shown to cause symptoms of Fibromyalgia, such as brain fog and a heightened sensitivity to pain.

One such study was conducted at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, which found that women […]

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The Benefits of Magnesium for Fibromyalgia

The benefits of Magnesium for Fibromyalgia have been documented in a study headed up by Selda Bagis, M.D., of Turkey and help clarify the link between magnesium deficiency, your symptoms, and how supplementation therapy might play a role in Fibromyalgia. Bagis found the lower the magnesium level, the greater the Fibromyalgia-related symptoms. She says, “All […]

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