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Celeste Cooper
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RN, author, and freelance writer on chronic pain and fibromyalgia
RN, author, and freelance writer on chronic pain and fibromyalgia

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How Can A Pea Cause So Much Pain? Defining Myofascial Trigger Points
Pain
generators of things like headache, pelvic muscle and organ dysfunction, spinal
disease, joint dysfunction, TMJ, and much more can often be attributed to the presence
of myofascial trigger points in over-stressed or injured muscles. So what are
they, h...
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Muscle pain, tightness and restricted motion of myofascial pain syndrome and fibromyalgia are prominent forms of chronic musculoskeletal pain. What you should know. +Fibromyalgia by ProHealth
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5 Things You Should Know About Dysautonomia If You Have Fibromyalgia
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post, 5
Things You Should Know About Dysautonomia If You Have Fibromyalgia , originally appeared on ProHealth . Because the article continues to
garner attention, I am sharing it in its entirety here on  The Pained
Ink Slayer . _________________...
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2018 Musings From The Pained Ink Slayer
Celeste on Amazon I
am blessed to have wonderful people who collaborate. So many give of themselves
in an effort to offer support to those suffering with chronic pain, FM, ME/CFS,
myofascial pain, CRPS/RSD, Lupus, Migraine, Lyme's Disease, Ankylosing
Spondy...
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The very nature of fibromyalgia is its unpredictability, which means we must pace with vigilance, especially during the holidays. +Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & M.E. by ProHealth
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The benefits of biofeedback on chronic pain. Is there a device to help us assess the way our body reacts to our thoughts?
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Could Biofeedback Be On Your Chronic Pain Gift List?
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study on the effects of mindfulness (a
type of meditation focusing on the present without judgment) looked at changes
in the brain and pain sensitivity. The results showed that those of us with higher innate mindfulness report less pain.
Higher mindfulnes...
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Maybe there's something to this gene therapy.
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More than a coincidence? The GERD-Fibro Connection.

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