- What is Fibromyalgia?
- Dealing with Chronic Pain
- Chronic Pain Disorder
- Fibromyalgia Treatment
- Natural Treatments
There is no specific diet recommended for those suffering from fibromyalgia. However, a well-balanced diet is essential to good health and will help to maintain strength and energy. There are no studies that have compared diets and found one to be superior to another for people with fibromyalgia.
These nutrients are all part of a healthy diet. Most can be found easily in everyday foods. Paying attention to diet and the nutrients in the foods you eat can allow you to concentrate on the nutrients thaat are important to treating fibromyalgia symptoms, such as fatigue, depression, muscle pain, and others. Although diet alone can not cure fibromyalgia, it can go a long way towards helping you to feel stronger and more full of energy, with less pain and fatigue.
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Fibromyalgia is a prevalent condition that affects many people in the United States. Approximately 3.7 million Americans have Fibromyalgia. That is 1 in every 73 people.
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