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Far InfraRed Sauna Technology (FIRST) and nutritional aids to help reverse symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia (CFS/FMS).

CFS-FMS_FIRST-Aid is closed to posting.

Access to the messages archive is available to all. There is a lot of good information for anyone willing to search for it. You may want to start by reading msg#2325, "Feeling Great", then search the archives for other messages posted by its author. To save you time, all the posts from this member have been compiled and put

here. [click here]

I've tried to make a difference; To a few people I have. I will continue to help those that want my help but will do so in another forum. The new CFS-FMS_FIRST-Aid forum is at:


The new group is available to those that are able to take an active part in helping to find the solution to CFS-FMS and are willing to share their experiences so that others may learn from it. If you would like to join others in helping find some answers to CFS-FMS go to the new forum, register, and then email me requesting to join the new CFS-FMS_FIRST-Aid group.

CFS-FMS will only be a hopeless condition to those that suffer with it that have no hope of getting better. The substance of hope is faith; And, faith without works is dead. Therefore, hope requires action on our part. To say, "I hope", and to do nothing is just wishful thinking.

If you have a hope of reversing symptoms of CFS-FMS, join others that have a similar hope and are actively trying things to help make that hope a reality.

All the best,
email: clements@xmission.com

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  • 278
  • Fibromyalgia
  • May 19, 2003
  • English

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