Friday 5: August 5, 2016 fibromyalgia and ME/CFS news

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National Pain Report: Spanish study finds ai chi water therapy reduces fibromyalgia pain and improves overall quality of life.

Pain News Network: Is your doctor threatening to reduce or eliminate your use of opioids for chronic pain? It seems a lot of doctors have misunderstood the intent on the Centers for Disease Control’s new opioid prescribing guidelines. You might want to print this story out and take it to your next appointment…

Integrative Practitioner: Dr. David Brady believes as many as 2/3 of fibromyalgia patients may be misdiagnosed. Find out what else it could be instead of fibromyalgia.

Wellness Mama: “Adrenal fatigue remedies and recovery” (Adrenal issues are common among those of us with fibromyalgia and/or ME/CFS and can aggravate symptoms, especially sleep.)

Grace is Sufficient: “Why you need a bedtime routine

August 5, 2016 fibromyalgia and ME/CFS news

This post is part of Being Fibro Mom’s Chronic Friday Linkup!

This week on FedUpwithFatigue.com…

The European League Against Rheumatism has released revised recommendations for the management of fibromyalgia. Find out what EULAR suggests as the top treatments for fibromyalgia!

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  1. Maisi Thomas says:

    I’ve read your bio, reviewed your LinkedIn Profile, and many of the links on your site. As a chronic pain sufferer, I daily research, read, and review studies and articles in medical journals, on professional medical associations’ websites (i.e., ACA, ISFP, APA), follow trials/research related to chronic pain (i.e., Harvard Medical School – David Borsook;PhD, MD; University of Michigan – Daniel Clauw, MD), complete medical continuing education courses related to pain, neuroscience, traumatic stress, psychology of pain. I have a graduate degree and two health care licenses which allow me to serve people in pain. Your website does have helpful information. I would suggest, however, that if you want to be taken more seriously, that blogger’s stories should not have the same degree of validity as a report from the CDC, that if you do believe there is no 1 pill/cure – then remove the add for the supplement. People need hope, realistic hope.

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