Tired of Popping Pills for Pain?

By Roberta Fernandez, BCH, CI, CPHI

Pain. Just the word itself hurts—and causes major stress.
The sciatica shooting sharply down your leg.
The agonizing contractions of childbirth.
The constant aching and throbbing of that migraine.
The constant pain and exhaustion of fibromyalgia.

Drugs for that pain: Oxycontin, Vicodin, Percocet. For a few weeks, a few months, years.

What if you could feel pain differently?
What if you could turn down the volume—or not feel pain at all?

I am a Board-Certified Hypnotist ...

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Thrive this Summer with these Great Tips from Fibro Bloggers

By Donna Gregory Burch

Ah summer! For many people, it’s time for cool dips in the pool, burgers on the grill and long walks on the beach.

But for those of us with fibromyalgia, the summer heat and humidity can cause our symptoms to flare and worsen.

Since so many of us struggle during the summer months, I decided to reach out to some of my fellow fibromyalgia bloggers and ask for their best tips for managing the challenges that ...

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