Second revised edition of FIBROMYALGIA: WHAT CAUSES IT, HOW IT FEELS AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT, originally published in 1995. In the THORSONS HEALTH series, a practical guide to Fibromyalgia, describing symptoms of this disorder and explaining self-help methods such as massage, hydrotherapy, aromatherapy, acupuncture and relaxation techniques.
Fibromyalgia and Muscle Pain: What Causes it, How it Feels and What to Do About it by Leon Chaitow
Sufferers of fibromyalgia (formerly called fibrositis) experience widespread muscle pain and other associated symptoms which may include disturbed sleep, bowel disorders, headaches, anxiety, chronic fatigue and PMS. This book clearly explains what fibromyalgia is and how it affects sufferers, and the various self-help methods which include: massage and self-manipulation for muscle problems; hydrotherapy, aromatherapy and acupuncture; detoxification and skin brushing; relaxation techniques; and amino acids, antioxidants and other supplements