Fibromyalgia: Relieve Pain, Find Solutions, and Learn about Ischemic Pain
Publisher: Authors Republic
Date: August 2019
Duration: 3 hours 27 minutes
Book 1: Fibromyalgia - This contains all the information you need to know about fibromyalgia.
In the past decade or so, fibromyalgia has been detected in more and more individuals. The origin of this unfortunate condition can cause a myriad of side-effects and symptoms that can damage and limit a person's everyday functioning. Although the condition is incurable - according to physicians who might hope for a better future epiphany in science to occur at some point - there are definitely treatments, things to take into account, and solutions for minimizing the negative consequences of carrying this condition around.
Certain foods and diets come with using common sense, as well as sophisticated injections, exercises, and other treatments. Diagnostic criteria must be established, in particular for those who tend to undergo said treatments, but when the verity of the diagnosis has been determined, solutions can be sought. This audiobook seeks to enlighten those who are puzzled by the symptoms and limitations of their body and who are attempting to figure out if they have fibromyalgia and what to do about it.
Book 2: Ischemic Pain - Clinicians have discovered a variety of reasons for ischemic pain, and have come up with proven treatments to combat the said issue. Ischemic pain is caused by blood supply to an organ that does not receive sufficient oxygen or nutrients. The consequences can be dire. Cell death and ulcerations are just a few. Stabbing, sharp, biting pain may be a constant irritation to the ones who suffer from ischemic pain. In this guide, medical explanations will enlighten the minds of those seeking for answers. Ischemic colitis, ischemic heart diseases, strokes, and similar conditions and risks will be clarified in greater depth, so that frustrated patients may comprehend the nature of the pain and become more capable on acting on that knowledge to prevent future pain.