Take a jug of hot water (around a pint), a table spoon of Turmeric and 2-3 slices of lemon (depending of taste) plus some honey, again to taste and mix together. You can drink hot or cold.
Jacqui has taken to drinking this and finds it refreshing. She also says it makes her feel more alert.
Why not give it a try, its a nice drink and a good alternative to coffee and tea.
For further information on Turmeric, click on the link.
This is a reading recommendation from Jacqui.
Candida Cure is book on the causes and cures of yeast and fungal overgrowth, known as candida.
This is available from all book bookshops – but this is a link to Amazon if you prefer to buy on-line. This link provides a further information about the book too.
There are a lot of websites offering advice and information about fibromyalgia, fatigue and chronic pain conditions. We include some we have found to be of particular interest in our links section. If you come across a site that you think should be shared with other people, please email and let us know.
Whilst the days might not be too cold at the moment, it is worth planning ahead for the time things get a bit chilly.
The NHS provides some useful information about coping with the cold.
Click on this link to find out more advice on keeping warm and well during the colder months.
Happy New Year to all our readers and followers.
To start the year, some information you may find of interest.
There are lots of information sources out there and we try to highlight some that catch our eye. Do please explore some of the sites and sign up to newsletters, so you can receive them directly.
Please think about your older neighbours during the colder weather.
Perhaps knock on their door and check that they are okay.
They may welcome someone picking up some provisions for them … or you could just offer a hot mug of soup which might cheer them up.
Jackie has picked up this book which you might find interesting.
Fibromyalgia: A Guide to Understanding the Journey is available for £3.29 from Amazon
Details and how to order click here.
There is a closed group on Facebook which you can join and which you might find interesting and of use.
Click on the link for access.
We’ve picked up an interesting article from another website on the impact of chronic pain on relationships and things worth considering.
Jacqui uses PACE to remind her of how to manage life with fibromyalgia.
Do you have any other mnemonic devices to help you through the day? Let us know, it may help someone else.