What does it feel like to live with fibromyalgia? “Imagine last night you drank more wine than you should have but had no water or food. You went to bed late and got up early, feeling stiff, achy, and tired,” says Chanchal Cabrera, a British herbalist, fibromyalgia patient, and author of Fibromyalgia: A Journey Toward Healing (McGraw-Hill, 2002). People with fibromyalgia feel that way all the time, she says.
You want a sure fire hiccup remedy? Ask just about anybody. There are as many favorite treatments as there are people. Sorry to say, most don’t cut the mustard. But a few truly are outstanding. Over the years, I have accumulated more than a few.
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Raise your hand if you are feeling a little stressed right now. That’s OK, it’s not unusual. Today’s world is awfully frantic and ill at ease. Many folks, maybe the majority, end up with anxiety that can be on the verge of disabling.
Stress plays havoc on our bodies and leads to a host of uncomfortable symptoms. But these gut clenching feelings are not the end of the story. Not when we can call upon effective herbal anti-stress herbs.
If you are among the 8% of Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies, your attention may be captured more by pollen counts than by summer barbeques. If you’re one of the sniffling, sneezing and itching eye squad, you probably rely on drugs and inhalers for momentary relief — and are likely looking for something more. And these yearly struggles with pollen aren’t just uncomfortable, they bring along some serious physical and mental fatigue.