Thanks to Afternoon Tea4Two | Barmac5 for nominating me for the Liebster award!
I am really tickled, thankyou for nominating FibroFlutters for this award, I shall embed the badge on a widget.
The award is supposed to be for those with under 200 followers, so I have mainly nominated bloggers who have a wordpress following of around 200 or less like me.
All nominees are from my wordpress reader list.… Read More Nomination > LIEBSTER AWARD 2018
One of the most frustrating things about science is that it’s an incremental process. This, however, is a feature, and not a bug; in order to advance our understanding of ourselves and the world around us, we need to test and retest—and retest and retest—everything new thing we think we’ve discovered. That means it’s easy… via… Read More The most underrated scientific breakthroughs of 2017 | Quartz
A superbly written post about how depression, chemical imbalances and medications have been viewed and used over time, including Prozac a super drug released for the use of treating depression 30 years ago. Although it is a longish read it is exceptionally educational for anyone with an interest in the biography of treatments of mental… Read More 30 years after Prozac arrived, we still buy the lie that chemical imbalances cause depression | Olivia Goldhill | Quartz
Hi everyone I hope you are all as well as you can be as we move into hibernation and the darker months of Autumn and Winter. Details for next meeting for FibroFlutters A chance to get together and share our worries, woes as well as all things positive. Last ‘scheduled’ meeting until February as… Read More Fibro Flutters October Meet up
Do you use essential oils? I do and have done for many year now, and I have devloped my own oil blends / recipes for varying things over the years, including blends which were multi-purpose… for economical reasons when money was tight and I couldn’afford to mix multiple bottles of oils. This is a great… Read More Fibromyalgia, Essential Oils, and You | Fibromyalgia news Today | Robin Dix
Okay, we often get asked ‘What is EDS’ (Ehler’s Danlos Syndrome)? How do you know what to look for so you know whether or not to ask your GP for a referral, and/or, assessment. This post is designed to offer, you, its readers, links to where you can find information about EDS in the hope… Read More Ehler’s Danlos Syndrome – places for information
The article discusses the relationsip between Fibro and why we have muscular spasms as well as the differing types of muscle relaxants which are currently being used so it’s a good place to find out about medications for your spasms.… Read More Medical news Article: How Muscle Relaxants can Benefit People Suffering From Fibromyalgia | Welcome to Fibromyalgia Symptoms
The following link takes you to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) and a medical research paper into pain and it goes into intricate detail about what pain is. … Read More Pain: Hope Through Research: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)
This article that was originally printed under the headline ‘revitalised’ dicusses the possibility of a new way using medications that are usually used to treat conditions such as Lymphoma and Arthritis may be the way forward to understanding CFS/ME and how to treat it. CFS first entered the medical lexicon in 1988 to describe a… Read More Article: Chronic fatigue breakthrough offers hope for millions – health – 02 July 2015 – New Scientist
This article which was published in Fibromyalgia News Today on June 18th 2015 and written by Patricia Inacio, PhD discusses ‘an open-label pilot study’ – ‘The Effect of a Novel form of Extended-Release Gabapentin on Pain and Sleep in Fibromyalgia Subjects: An Open-Label Pilot Study‘, which tried out an extended-release form of Gabapentin called G-GR… Read More Article from Fibromyalgia News Today: Novel Form of Extended-Release Gabapentin Improves Fibromyalgia Patients’ Pain Symptoms and Sleep Disorder Fibromyalgia News Today