Sam-e

How SAM-e Reduces Fibro Symptoms

SAM-e And Fibromyalgia SAM-e (pronounced “samm-ee”) has been prescribed in Europe for decades. It was originally developed in 1952 in Italy as a treatment for depression; however, patients also reported pain relief and inflammation relief as a side effect. In addition to depression, SAM-e has demonstrated positive results for treatment of other conditions according to…

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4 Easy Steps To Reduce Fibro Flare Ups

If you’re one of millions of Americans living with fibromyalgia, then you already know how insidious fibro flares can be. Not only must you endure chronic muscle pain, fatigue, “brain fog,” difficulty sleeping, and more; sometimes, for no obvious reason, the number of symptoms increase or existing symptoms become increasingly intense. These “flares” or “flare…

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Morgan Freeman Speaks About His Fibromyalgia

A little over a year ago, Esquire magazine published an insightful article about Morgan Freeman. During a day spent with Freeman at his home in Mississippi, the author of the article Tom Chiarella recalls noticing Freeman was in pain, as they walked around his property Freeman revealed to him that he was a long time…

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How Malic Acid (Malate) Helps Fibromyalgia Pain

Fibromyalgia is a crippling chronic condition estimated to affect around ten million Americans. Despite increasing acknowledgment of fibromyalgia as a serious illness, and despite multiple attempts to treat its symptoms (generally widespread muscle and joint pain, chronic fatigue, fibro “brain fog,” and more, depending on the individual), we still don’t have a clear biochemical or…

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How Alpha Lipoic Acid Helps Fibromyalgia Pain

  Despite the fact that fibromyalgia is estimated to affect around ten million Americans, the underlying processes (biological, neurological, biochemical, and so on) responsible for fibromyalgia remain little understood. Unfortunately, this lack of understanding means that fibromyalgia remains difficult to diagnose and extremely difficult to treat effectively. Recently however, scientists have had success treating fibromyalgia…

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