Research has shown that people with fibromyalgia often have zinc, calcium, and magnesium deficiencies - deficiencies that can be supplemented by drinking eight to ten glasses of mineralized water a day. Although many of the other symptoms of fibromyalgia will need more than water to overcome them; drinking
water can help you feel better, and can ease the pain associated with fibromyalgia.
Chronic fatigue syndrome recovery and fibromyalgia remedies involve taking a hard look at what goes into your body. It even takes overturning a few rocks to discover hidden dangers that can prolong recovery. One of these dangers is bisphenol A (BPA).
New research from the US suggests that people who drink from bottles made of polycarbonate plastic, such as that used to make hard-plastic drinking bottles and baby bottles, have a considerably higher level of the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) in their bodies compared to when they do not. The finding confirms concerns expressed by consumer groups and public health experts, that polycarbonate plastic bottles are an important source of the BPA that finds its way into the human body. BPA has been shown to interfere with
reproductive development in animals, and has been linked to cardivascular disease and diabetes in humans, among other things.
BPA is considered an endocrine disruptor because it mimics estrogen, a natural hormone. It can trick the body into causing reactions that are unnecessary and potentially harmful.
Even trace amounts of BPA exposure have been linked to a number of health
Cancer, including breast cancer
Impaired brain function
Brain and hormone development problems in fetuses and young children
Hyperactivity and impaired learning
Altered immune function
Early puberty and reproductive system abnormalities
Cardiovascular system damage
Resistance to chemotherapy
Spontaneous miscarriages and genetic damage from chromosomal errors
Erectile dysfunction and other sexual problems in men