How Much Sugar?

Fibromyalgia

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  • 04 May 2014 3:01 AM
    Reply # 1546779 on 377728
    From Wikipedia:
    Its exact cause is unknown but is believed to involve psychological, genetic, neurobiological and environmental factors.
    This suggests that learning to meditate on a regular basis would be a good start.

    JohnN

    Last modified: 04 May 2014 3:08 AM | Anonymous member
  • 02 Aug 2016 1:42 AM
    Reply # 4168432 on 377728
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    I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia about 10 years ago and am on medication.  I have a terrific GP who is incredibly supportive and encouraging.  He is most impressed with my Sugar Free way of life!  3 months down and now that the addiction/withdrawal symptoms seem to have passed I will be monitoring my pain levels from Fibromyalgia.  Who knows, perhaps there is a link with sugar causing inflammation.  My GP explained it this way - it's a misreading of the pain receptors causing the pain.  There seems to be a hyper-sensitivity with some people.  It's funny that "real"pain I can cope with - this fibromyalgia pain does my head in.  If I forget to take my midday Panadol Osteo my body reminds me fairly smartly!  I hope this adds to the conversation.
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