I am an avid reader. I have read a lot to fuel my fight against chronic pain, fatigue and insomnia. At all times I am reading something about health and wellness. Here I have collected all of the books I’ve discussed over the years for you.
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In this post I share my top five books for fighting fibromyalgia. If you want to be really targeted, you could read the first two and be well equipped.
After three pregnancies and first years I have consumed a lot of information about pregnancy and breastfeeding. This is my list of eight of the best books, and they are not the general ones you would suspect.
I love knowledge and information gathering and Oster has done it for me here. She explains the research, the data and her own conclusions while leaving you to make your choices. She talks coffee consumption, medicines and more.
I love yoga for chronic pain and fatigue. This is another one of Kurin’s easy to understand seven steps to using yoga for helping with chronic fatigue.
I can’t really have a complete list about what I have written about on my blog without including my books! I am so proud that I managed to write these. They are the compilation of my experience and research.
While not about fibromyalgia specifically, it is about living well and we all need to do that.
While I usually write pragmatic ideas for managing chronic pain, this is more about managing the emotional impact of it.
This book is written by a fellow kiwi! It is a good introduction to adrenal fatigue and how to treat it, adrenal fatigue is often lurking about in long term chronic illness.
I am obsessed with sleep so I really enjoyed this book about it, it is packed with good research too.
The first book I read by Kurin – I love yoga and use it regularly. Kurin spells out how and why to use it.
A fellow fibro fighter’s journey – it is a good read.
The Chronic Pain Manual: A Really, Real Manual on Pain by Nikki Albert
The reviews are good and say it is funny which is a nice change on the subject of chronic pain!
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If audio books are more your speed, as they are for me with three little ones, you know you can get a free trial of Audible on Amazon here. I’ve recently started reading a lot more audio books as the hands free option is far easier to access with the wee ones. You will get access to two audio books, plus two Audible Originals, and other cool membership options for 30 days. Cancel anytime if you don’t want the full subscription.