Having successfully treated thousands of people with fibromyalgia, I can tell you for a fact that it IS possible to regularly get eight hours of solid sleep a night. And it's amazing how much better you'll feel when you do.
Are you a sugar addict? As with most addictions, by the time people ask this question, the answer is usually yes. A simple way to tell? Stay off sugar for two to four weeks and see how you feel.
With 18% of the average American diet coming from added sugar, sugar addiction in the U.S. is becoming the rule rather than the exception. Many people actually eat their weight in sugar every year! And if you're tired, achy, brain fogged, anxious, and unable to lose weight, sugar addiction may be the reason why.
Stress is a funny word. Loaded with the emotional bias of being a "bad" thing, the word stress can be quite deceiving, making it harder to handle than it needs to be. So I'll offer a new way to look at it—and very effective ways to address it.
In my last blog post, I began a discussion of my top 10 tips for more affordable and simpler treatments for CFS and fibromyalgia. In that article I went through the 1st 5 tips on my list. In this article, I'm presenting the remaining 5.