Studies show that poor cellular energy production due to poisoning of the energy-producing machinery of the cell (the mitochondria) is a common characteristic in both fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. In studies at the Abington Memorial Hospital in Pennsylvania, rheumatology researchers found that fibromyalgia patients suffer from a condition that could be described loosely as “muscle toxicity”, in which
structures called mitochondria within muscle cells were inefficient in their production of energy. In addition, fibromyalgia sufferers were found to have smaller than normal muscle fibers that exhibited misshapen mitochondria that were not found in normal subjects. - taken from Foodsforfibromyalgia
How can you combat this daily loss of energy? By assuring your body has an adequate break to rest during the day. Take time to fix up that bedroom of yours to an oasis of peace. By doing so, you won't mind seeking a quiet reprieve in the afternoon allowing your body to rebuild its reserves. One great way is by reading. Reading allows the mind to quiet giving the body that much needed time to relax, rebuild, and detox.
All reads mentioned here are page turning books. These type of novels get you rushing to your little corner of peace each day to rejuvinate!
Book Description The Husband by Dean Koontz
Release Date: May 30, 2006
With each and every new novel, Dean Koontz raises the stakes—and the pulse rate—higher than any other author. Now, in what may be his most suspenseful and heartfelt novel ever, he brings us the story of an ordinary man whose extraordinary commitment to his wife will take him on a harrowing journey of adventure, sacrifice, and redemption to the mystery of love itself—and to a show down with the darkness that would destroy it forever.
What would you do for love? Would you die? Would you kill?
We have your wife. You can get her back for two million cash. Landscaper Mitchell Rafferty thinks it must
be some kind of joke. He was in the middle of planting impatiens in the yard of one of his clients when his cell phone rang. Now he’s standing in a normal suburban neighborhood on a bright summer day, having a phone conversation outof his darkest nightmare.
Whoever is on the other end of the line is dead serious. He has Mitch’s wife and he’s named the price for her safe return. The caller doesn’t care that Mitch runs a small two-man landscaping operation and has no way of raising such a vast sum. He’s confident that Mitch will find a way.
If he loves his wife enough. . . Mitch does love her enough. He loves her more than life itself. He’s got seventy-two hours to prove it. He has to find the two million by then. But he’ll pay a lot more. He’ll pay anything.
From its tense opening to its shattering climax, The Husband is a thriller that will hold you in its relentless grip for every twist, every shock, every revelation…until it lets you go, unmistakably changed. This is a Dean Koontz novel, after all. And there’s no other experience quite like it. - taken from Amazon