Monthly Archives: May 2008

Fibromyalgia and Activities for Strength/Flexibility/Cardiovascular Health

“Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it”, Plato  The search continues for the ultimate regime that strengthens and improves our overall health. From the ‘pump iron’ … Continue reading

Posted in activities and fibromyalgia, core training, dancing, Fibromyalgia, fibromyalgia and cardiovascular health, flexibility, intensity, jogging, pacing, pilates, pool walking, pumping iron, Qi Gong, running, spinning, strength training, stretching, swimming, tai-chi, walking, yoga | 10 Comments

Fibromyalgia and the Chronic Confusion over Cause

“I’m not confused, I’m just well mixed”, Robert Frost  How sad it is that this invisible dis-ease that affects primarily women (although many more men and children are reported to be experiencing FMS than before) has led to so much … Continue reading

Posted in alkalyzing and balancing theory, arthritis, auto immune disease, ayurvedic, bacteria, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, biophysical semeiotics, candidiasis, chaos, confusion re cause, elaine aron, endocrinology, Fibromyalgia, FMS/CFS and viruses, hypermobility theory, hypothalamitis, lupus, menopause, multiple sclerosis, neurological disorder, parasites, SIBO, societal cause, thyroid disease, thyroid gland | 9 Comments

Fibromyalgia and Florence Nightingale

“There is no part of my life, upon which I can look back without pain”, Florence Nightingale To-day, May 12th is International Fibromyalgia Awareness Day. It is also the birth date of Florence Nightingale, born May 12, 1820.

Posted in Fibromyalgia, florence nightingale and fibromyalgia, Gulf War Syndrome, International Fibromyalgia Awareness Day | 21 Comments