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This new revised edition tells sufferers everything they need to know about fibromyalgia (FM), but can't find anywhere else. It will assist and educate the layperson in recognizing and treating FM--what it is, how to detect it, and whom to consult about it, all in simple, straightforward language. The authors cover the gamut of exercise, diet, drugs, and emotional considerations.
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The Classic Guide to FM Pain is Back in Its New Expanded & Updated Third Edition!
If you suffer from widespread muscle pain, stiffness, and fatigue, you are not alone. You may be one of the 10 million Americans who has fibromyalgia. Whether you have constant or intermittent pain, When Muscle Pain Won't Go Away is the groundbreaking, one-of-a-kind guide that tells you everything you need to know about fibromyalgia: how FM is diagnosed, basic symptoms and conditions, treatment options, and simple pain-relieving exercises. It also offers useful techniques for coping when FM affects your personal life and work performance, answers to the most commonly asked questions about FM, and much, much more.
When it first appeared in 1992, When Muscle Pain Won't Go Away helped thousands of people make sense of the frustrating and little-understood syndrome called fibromyalgia. It gave people with chronic muscle pain a reliable source of sensitive, sound information that they couldn't find anywhere else. Now, no longer seen as simply a musculoskeletal disorder, FM has been shown to impact the gastrointestinal, neurological, cardio/pulmonary, and automatic nervous systems as well. Completely revised and updated to include these recent medical findings, the third edition of When Muscle Pain Won't Go Away includes:
FM in children
The newest medications and therapies
Alternative medicine in treating FM
New information on raising FM awareness
An FM online information source list
In straightforward language, Gayle Backstrom, who has FM, and Dr. Bernard R. Rubin explain the latest findings in fibromyalgia research and demystify this chronic muscle pain syndrome.
If you think you have FM or know someone who does, there is no better resource to turn to!About the Author:
Gayle Backstrom (Denton, TX), the author of "The Resource Guide for the Disabled" and "When Muscle Pain Won't Go Away," has had fibromyalgia since childhood. She has taught college courses in technical writing and business communications.
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Book Description Taylor Pub, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0878338918
Book Description Taylor Pub, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. Revised. Seller Inventory # DADAX0878338918