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9 OF THE BEST SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR HEALTH MAGAZINE FOR CHRISTMAS…

It’s all about giving at this time of year and a lovely gift to give someone you know who may be in pain is a magazine subscription. There are lots of health magazines delivered through your door or read on your iPad. There are also lots of offers for magazine subscriptions at the moment. Here are some suggestions.

Natural Health Magazine – Subscription 6 months £21.99

I love it and look forward to a new one coming through the letterbox every month. It covers lots of complementary therapies and holistic living which I am very interested in as well as natural remedies, healthy eating, beauty and lots more.

Happiful Magazine which you can get free as an e-magazine or delivered for £5.99. Happiful Magazine wants to create a healthier, happier, and more sustainable society. Their aim is to provide informative, inspiring and topical stories about mental health and well-being. They want to break the stigma of mental health in our society and shine a light on the positivity and support that should be available for everyone, no matter their situation.

The award-winning Happiful magazine is packed with content to support positive mental health and wellbeing. From good news and real life stories to expert tips and stigma-smashing features. 

Subscribe for only £5.99 per month*

BackCare have a magazine called Talkback is a full-colour glossy magazine produced quarterly which includes the following editorial content:

  • Back product testing and the latest gadgets
  • Health and Excercise
  • Exercises and tips on preventing back pain
  • Patient-centred approaches to treatment
  • Research News
  • BackCare Professionals Section
  • Readers Letters
  • Interview with Back Pain Celebrities

If you join BackCare you get sent the magazine every four months or you can buy a subscription,

The Fibromyalgia Magazine deals with the areas that matter to their readers: This magazine has so much you won’t want to put it down from research, awareness raising, legal advice, benefits advice, news, support groups, treatment advice, pain management and much more. It is £43 –

This Listing is for 1 Year Subscription to your door (£3.58 per month)

They also offer a monthly digital subscription here. (£1.99 per month)

  • Medical Research News
  • Campaigning
  • Lobbying
  • Awareness Raising
  • Legal Advice
  • Benefits Advice
  • Worldwide news
  • News from local support groups and charities
  • Treatment Advice
  • Pharmaceutical News
  • Alternative Therapies
  • Pain Management
  • Online directory of all support groups and phone friends
  • A nationwide directory of FM resources
  • Opinion and Entertainment from our unrivalled team of columnists

Arthritis Inspire Magazine –  Inspire magazine is a quarterly members magazine for members packed with features, news, tips and information.

Inspire is a quarterly magazine packed with features, news, tips and information on how to live well with arthritis and related conditions.

Our Winter 2022 edition includes:

  • advice for setting achievable new year’s resolutions
  • keeping a pain diary
  • what’s new in arthritis research
  • festive recipes, reader’s top tips and much more.

https://www.versusarthritis.org/newsletter/inspire-magazine/

Another Arthritis Uk Magazine is Arthritis Digest which is £15 for six issues.

Arthritis Digest magazine is published six times a year and summarises the latest research in the arthritis arena making it essential reading for anyone affected by the painful condition.

Informative, upbeat and packed full of news and reviews about drugs, pain relief, superfoods, products and services, each issue has a star celebrity interview and true stories.

Arthritis Digest magazine informs readers and encourages them to learn, try new ideas and explore their options.

The ME Association produce a quarterly magazine, ME Essential, which required reading for any ME sufferer. Members of the ME Association receive a quarterly magazine – ME Essential – delivered straight to their door. It features exclusive interviews, keeps them up-to-date with medical and scientific developments and includes stories about how people cope with the disease.

Well Being Magazine print for 6 months £27.49 or digital for £7.97 for six months – it has articles, reviews, health and fitness, beauty, travel, food and drink. WellBeing is the World’s leading journal of natural health and living.  A refreshingly intelligent reading experience, WellBeing offers inspiration for a way of life that is authentic and soulful.  Reportage reviews the latest developments (or revived ancient practices) in natural living, and in-depth articles both challenge and inspire pragmatic action in the real-world balance of work, life, family and community.  WellBeing reaches an increasingly sophisticated audience of citizens of the global village. 

OM Yoga & Lifestyle Magazine – Print 6 months £24 Digital – 12 months for £25.99

Focusing on more than just yoga poses, this health and fitness magazine is perfect for any yogi looking for advice on how to keep their mind as flexible and relaxed as their body.

A subscription to OM Yoga & Lifestyle magazine will not only bring you exercise guides from certified yoga coaches, but it will also offer you healthy-eating advice from nutritional experts, as well as reviews of essential yoga kit.

The regular ‘Ask OM’ feature allows readers to get their yoga and lifestyle-related questions answered, while the ‘OM Spirit’ section focuses on topics ranging from how to get better sleep to how to minimise stress.

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LDN and Fibromyalgia — Dr Colin Holloway

Low Dose Naltrexone Easing Pain from Fibromyalgia and Other Painful Conditions Jarrod Younger PhD When researchers began to look at how low the dosage of naltrexone could be and still be effective in helping patients overcome addiction, unexpected things began to happen. A low dose of the drug had a paradoxical effect. Given an hour […]

LDN and Fibromyalgia — Dr Colin Holloway
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RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AWARENESS WEEK 13th – 19th SEPTEMBER, 2022…

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the body’s immune system attacks and damages the joints and, sometimes, other organs. RA is a chronic and inflammatory disease that causes pain, swelling, stiffness, and loss of function in the joints and other areas of the body.

Some people think that Rheumatoid Arthritis is just like any regular arthritis like osteoarthritis, which is caused by normal wear and tears and affects the cartilage in joints. The biggest problem in people getting it mixed up is that quite often people who have Rheumatoid Arthritis quite often develop Osteoarthritis.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) seems to affect more women than men probably because of the actions of female hormones in their body mechanisms. There is no clear-cut scientific reason why this is so, but some school of thought refers to the nature of women and their role in reproduction.

Most people who start with this disease are aged between 30-60. However, anyone can actually get RA but you find the older have it worse than the younger but that’s just because they have been living with the disease for longer.

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AWARENESS WEEK – 13th – 19th September – Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week (RAWW) is an annual campaign created by NRAS to raise awareness of the condition and eliminate misconceptions by educating and informing friends, family, and employers of those with RA and the general population about what rheumatoid arthritis truly is.

Since the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS) was founded in 2001, one of our key aims has been to increase public understanding and awareness of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) as distinct from other forms of arthritis. Whilst we have come a long way, there still remains a significant challenge in clarifying the misconceptions based on RA.

In 2013, NRAS started a campaign called Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week (RAAW) to raise awareness of the condition and eliminate these misconceptions by educating and informing friends, family, employers of those with RA and the general population about what rheumatoid arthritis truly is. RA is very different to osteoarthritis (OA) in that it can strike at any age over 16. It is an auto-immune disease, which is a key differentiating factor to OA and means that in addition to joints, it can affect internal organs such as the heart, lungs, and eyes. There are very serious consequences to late diagnosis or lack of targeted appropriate treatment.

Touch Medical Media writes that although there is no cure for RA, early diagnosis and treatment mean that many people affected can go for longer periods without ‘flare-ups’ – sometimes months or years. As Peter C. Taylor notes, “There have been enormous advances in the development of effective treatments for this condition in recent decades and there are now many available medications.” 

Awareness of the condition and catching the signs early are integral to receiving the most effective treatment. NRAS’s aim is to spread greater awareness of what to look out for, so more people seek the right help sooner, and also to dispel myths surrounding RA through their 2022 #RAFactOrFiction campaign (get involved). 

touchIMMUNOLOGY supports Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week (RAAW) and its global goal to find better treatments and improve the lives of people with RA. Learn more by delving into the content library of video interviews, conference highlights, journal articles and clinical trial updates.

Source: NRAS Back Pain Blog Touch Medical Media