213 Ideas for Improving the Quality of Your Life
'The Fibromyalgia Relief Book' is the first practical self-help book for the millions of people worldwide who suffer from fibromyalgia (FM) and is the follow up to Miryam Ehrlich Williamson's bestselling book, 'Fibromyalgia: A Comprehensive Approach'.
A form of soft-tissue rheumatism with symptoms similar to those of chronic fatigue syndrome, FM is an incurable and, in many cases, an extremely debilitating syndrome. Symptoms range from mild to severe and disturb sufferers' sleep patterns, inhibit their physical movement and drastically disrupt their cognitive and interpretive skills.
Miryam Ehrlich Williamson, herself a person with FM who has learned to control this painful syndrome, has spent six years consulting with health professionals and others with FM. The result of this extensive research is 213 proven pointers designed to help those with FM improve their quality of life. Every aspect of daily life is covered, from dietary changes to pain and stress relief, as well as the many personal issues surrounding family and sexual relationships. With good humour and tact Williamson suggests ways in which FM sufferers can become more proactively engaged in their health, well-being and medical treatment as well as suggesting simple and practical ideas for making the home and workplace more FM friendly.
'The Fibromyalgia Relief Book' is a unique and valuable guide to a more comfortable and rewarding lifestyle for anyone who suffers from FM or any of the many illnesses associated with the syndrome. It will be of enormous benefit for anyone caring for, or living with, an FM sufferer.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 02 / 2000
- 137 x 212mm