Book deals with living with Fibromyalgia--good ideas for feeling better
This is a good fibromyalgia book to buy if you have just been diagnosed and you are looking for practical advice on how to cope with your illness. Though not as detailed and complete as Starlanyl and Copeland's Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome, it is also less overwhelming and so is particularly good for someone who is feeling overwhelmed, doesn't like a lot of medical information, or has a mild form of the disease. The chapters "You aren't alone", "Making Lifestyle adjustments," and "Practical helps for specific problems" are quite good, as are the three chapters on managing fatigue, stress, and flareups.
A wonderful guide book to dealing with this lousy disorder. Having been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia 13 years ago, and being unable to work, this book helps validate your condition.
Practical tools for managing fibromyalgia. Great ways to help patients cope with this difficult disorder.
Excellent information book, easy to read, not too over technical but not so understated and simple that it makes you roll your eyes. Lots of everyday practical information to try and ask your doctor about. Good book if you have fibro.