Another month gone by quickly with Autumn on the horizon. I hope my readers have had a great summer and enjoyed some of my posts. This month’s 21 …21 REASONS TO READ THROUGH BACK PAIN BLOG UK’S POSTS FOR AUGUST…
With still an alarming number of GP’s poo pooing the symptoms of Fibromyalgia it is important that you know how to get the best treatment for it.
News 800 recently wrote an article on this saying that the first step in this process is to arm yourself with the facts. Fibromyalgia is a real disorder. The American College of Rheumatology created criteria in 1990 and 2010 that doctors have used for research studies and in clinical practice. A 2016 revision of the criteria is the most recent effort to improve on these and includes three characteristic features:
- Significant and widespread pain
- Severe symptoms (such as fatigue or “brain fog”) present for at least three months
- No other clear explanation for these symptoms
Fibromyalgia often coexists with mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression, but it is not caused by mental illness. Fibromyalgia is not “in your head,” but it…
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I don’t know about you but I have been baking lots more during lockdown, but it has given me the chance to be quite choosy and really study recipes. I had boxes of old recipe books so I decided I would go through them all and try out some of my old recipes. But then you end up with a load of books around you and some recipes that need the weights changing.
So, I bought this lovely new recipe book to put my new found recipes in (see below) which is a great size. You can write down any recipes you love in it. Prompts will also help you do that easier – areas for ingredients, directions, times for preparation and cook, and it is only £6.97 from Amazon so what’s not to like about it.
As I was going through all my books I found my original GCSE…
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Getting out in the snow is difficult for anyone and not advised for many in case they slip but the snow won’t be around much longer so we have no excuse to get outside and walk.
Walking, they say can improve your health ten fold and some say a 10 minute brisk walk is enough and others say 20 minutes but if you can start with the 10 minutes you will soon see the benefit. It can increase cardiovascular fitness, strengthen bones, reduce excess body fat, and boost muscle power and endurance. It can also help with lower back pain.
White blood cells and antibodies help in determining any illness faster. When you exercise daily, they modify these cells, helping you identify and prevent any disease. Daily workout also lessens the stress hormones that are responsible for many diseases.
If you find walking a bit boring or monotonous you could…
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