Good Living with Fibromyalgia by Arthritis Foundation, Dorothy Foltz-Gray
Nearly 5 million Americans live with the mysterious chronic illness fibromyalgia, dealing with daily pain, depression, discomfort, and fatigue. Now, they can learn the latest scientific research about their condition, along with ways to treat their symptoms. The Arthritis Foundation's Guide to Good Living with Fibromyalgia, the latest installment in the Arthritis Foundation's "Good Living" series of books, shows people with fibromyalgia ways to self-manage their condition and achieve good living. The Arthritis Foundation's Guide to Good Living with Fibromyalgia is also designed as the companion book to Fibromyalgia Self-Help Courses at the Arthritis Foundation chapters around the country.
The Arthritis Foundation's Guide to Good Living With Fibromyalgia includes:
Clear explanations of the latest medical research on fibromyalgia Ways to achieve an active, fulfilling life through exercise, stress reduction, and positive attitude. Accurate, practical information on supplements and other alternative therapies for fibromyalgia Interactive exercises for fighting stress, depression, and other challenges
The Arthritis Foundation's Guide to Good Living With Fibromyalgia champions self-management as the key to achieving better overall health and happiness with this chronic condition.