Whether it’s yoga class or a pre-workout warm-up, stretching has become an accepted practice when it comes to preventing injury. However, even those of us who know better can always find ourselves with less time than we’d like for physical activity, and when we’re pressed for time, stretching is usually the first thing to go.Read More
If you are one of the more than 15 million Americans who suffer from fibromyalgia, you know how difficult it can be living with an “invisible” illness. Fibromyalgia causes terrible pain throughout the body, affecting the fibrous tissue between muscles in the chest, back, head, and extremities. This terrible condition also tends to manifest a severe sensitivity to touch as well as other symptoms, including gastrointestinal problems, difficulty sleeping, numbness or tingling, and most commonly, chronic fatigue.