Category Archives: arthritis

Fibromyalgia and Aging: Hope for the new decade

” To be seventy years young is sometimes far more cheerful and hopeful than to be forty years old”, Oliver Wendell Holmes As we age each new year brings hope of change in a positive direction. Less pain, less fatigue, … Continue reading

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Fibromyalgia and the Chronic Confusion over Cause

“I’m not confused, I’m just well mixed”, Robert FrostĀ  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