Special Issues on Fibromyalgia

Special Issues on Fibromyalgia

Symptoms | Diet and Nutrition | Relationships | Fibro Meds Kit | Top 25 Meds Chart

The Fibromyalgia Network has carefully packaged topics that are in high demand by patients. A description of each special issue is given below.


Fibromyalgia: Why You Have So Many Symptoms

If all you had was muscle pain, it would be so much easier to understand your illness. But what do your achy muscles have to do with your sleep difficulties, profound exhaustion, digestive problems, memory and concentration deficits, lack of balance and coordination, skin sensitivities, and a variety of seemingly unrelated symptoms?

Why You Have So Many Symptoms offers evidence-based, comprehensive  explanations from more than 20 researchers. The better you understand what is going on with your body, the more equipped you will be to develop strategies to minimize your symptoms. This Journal-sized special issue offers 32 pages and covers a variety of topics and symptoms including:

  • Muscular knots, aches, stiffness, cramping, twitching
  • Why those knotted trigger points are the source of many symptoms
  • Too much fatigue, too little energy, and too weak to move
  • What’s going on to cause your brain fog and trouble finding the right words?
  • The role your nervous system plays in generating symptoms such as dry eyes and mouth, dizziness, and cold extremities
  • How your dysfunctional brain and spinal cord are magnifying your pain and a host of other sensory sensitivities, such as loud noises and clothing textures
  • Why good sleep can be so elusive
  • How your fibro affects your mood and emotions
  • The impact of hormones on your metabolism, leading to weight gain and hypertension
  • Digestive disorders, skin sensitivities, neck strain and more …

Available now for only $12.50, which includes free shipping in the U.S. Click here to order.


Diet and Nutrition

Reduce symptoms, lose weight, and live better with fibromyalgia.

Could the foods you eat be making your fibromyalgia symptoms worse? Are there certain dietary choices that might benefit you? Even if you think you’re eating a nutritious and balanced diet, find out why it may fall short of meeting your body’s needs.

Fibromyalgia disrupts your digestive system, potentially interfering with the absorption of important nutrients and adding to your symptoms. Altered hormones and metabolic controls are also common in fibro. Not only do these factors contribute to your pain and fatigue symptoms, they may also be at the root of a perplexing weight gain.

Learn all you can about dietary factors possibly undermining your treatment success in our Journal-sized, 32-page special issue packed with a variety of topics:

  • Improving digestion and reducing abdominal cramps
  • Connections between sleep and appetite
  • Hormonal malfunctions in fibro that may compound your symptoms
  • Metabolic factors contributing to fat storage around your waist and weight gain
  • Nutritional basics and test results you should know
  • Diets most commonly endorsed for their health benefits
  • Food ingredients that might be making you worse
  • Supplements to consider for reducing pain and improving brain power, energy, sleep, and more …

Click here to order our Diet and Nutrition issue at a special pre-press price of only $12.50, which includes free shipping in the U.S. Expected to be mailed around March 30th.


Relationships and Fibromyalgia

Special Issue: RelationshipsDoes your spouse and family question you when you say you are not up for participating in a physical activity with them? Do you always feel as though you look much better than you feel? Or, perhaps your partner is just pretending that your “fibromyalgia phase” will be over within a few months, and you can both get back to living life as it used to be. These are just a few of the strained relationship problems that you are probably facing, given the invisible nature of your symptoms, but there are ways to resolve them.

The Special Issue on Relationships is a 20-page collection of helpful advice on the social aspects of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Experts weigh in on how to keep your personal relationships strong, enjoy intimacy in spite of pain and fatigue, and help children (or grandchildren) cope with your fibromyalgia. Improve your emotional well-being by learning to handle hurtful comments and unwanted advice. Plus, find out how to help others relate to your condition, improve communication, and keep a positive attitude.

Don’t let the obstacles brought about by fibromyalgia put a strain on your relationships. Click here to order the Special Issue on Relationships, available for only $9, which includes free shipping in the U.S.


Fibromyalgia Medications Kit

Your sensitivities to medications may inhibit you from trying new treatments, but what if one prescription offered you better odds at success than another? Find out what the experts in the field and other patients are saying about meds used to treat fibromyalgia in this Fibro Meds Resource Kit.

This Kit not only reviews all three of the FDA-approved medications, Lyrica, Cymbalta, and Savella, but also discusses many other drugs being used by fibro patients today. In addition, the Kit clearly discusses side effects, “need to know” drug information, comparisons, and includes the New “Top 25 Meds Chart and State Referral List” (see below).

Overall, more than 80 pages of information can help you get ahead of the game when considering a treatment for your fibromyalgia symptoms. Find out what you need to know before your doctor hands you a prescription and sends you on your way.

This $29 value is being offered while supplies last for only $14, which includes free shipping in the U.S. That’s more than 50% savings upon individual purchase. You will not find this unbiased quality of information packed in a single source for you anywhere else. Click here to read the contents and order this important Fibro Meds Resource Kit.


Top 25 Meds Chart and State Referral

Do you want to know what other fibromyalgia patients are taking to relieve their pain? Interested in changing what you are currently doing because the side effects are becoming unbearable? It’s hard to guess where to begin or what to expect when you start a new treatment. Stop guessing.

More than 3,400 Members of the Fibromyalgia Network responded to a recent survey and told us which medications were most successful. We drew this all up on a convenient, color-coded chart that describes how different medications work and lists top side effects and tips. The Top 25 Meds Chart comes with the current Physician Referral List for your state (50 U.S. states) and registered Support Groups in your area. Click here to order your Top 25 Meds Chart and State Referral List for $5.

Note: The Top 25 Meds Chart and State Referral List is already part of the larger Fibro Meds Resource Kit noted above. You do not have to order both.