To the moms with fibromyalgia: I've spoken with the children of hundreds of women with fibromyalgia. What I hear over and over? 'My Mom was the best! We would watch movies and hang out together. She was always there when all the other moms were not.' Meanwhile the moms felt that they hadn't done enough. I say God bless you. You're all great moms!
Below is a wonderful truth written by an unknown author.
It's cold and flu season again. And it's not only the holidays that make this time of year so expensive. Because Americans collectively suffer a billion colds every year, shelling out $3.5 billion annually for doctors and nonprescription treatments.
As so many of you with fibromyalgia know, addressing gut health issues is a critical topic. In light of that, I'd like to introduce Leah and Monte Kline and their excellent upcoming event, Gut Health 3.0. Enjoy!
Your thyroid gland produces hormones that regulate your metabolic rate, which impacts how much energy you have. Although it doesn't get much attention, consuming sufficient iodine is critical for a healthy thyroid. Since fibromyalgia at its core is an energy crisis, it's important that those with FMS are aware of symptoms that might suggest iodine deficiency. Let's look at seven symptoms of iodine deficiency and what you can do about it.