Effects of guided imagery on biobehavioral factors in women with fibromyalgia
Psychoneuroimmunological relationships in women with fibromyalgia
Guided imagery as a treatment option for fatigue: a literature review
Integrated review of the association of cytokines with fibromyalgia and fibromyalgia core symptoms
The purpose of this article is to describe and synthesize the results of research studies focused on the relationship of cytokines with FMS and core symptoms of FMS. The integrated review suggests that there is some empirical evidence for the relationship of cytokines with FMS and core symptoms of FMS; however, there is little consistency among study findings and most research to date has notable methodological limitations. Although the use of cytokine biomarkers must be considered exploratory at this time, future biobehavioral research focused at understanding the relationships of FMS with cytokines and its core symptoms may lead to a better understanding of this complex syndrome. This knowledge may ultimately contribute to the development of interventions for symptom management that address not only the symptom manifestation but also a potential biological mediator of symptoms.
Absorption: an individual difference to consider in mind-body interventions .
Relaxation and Guided Imagery in Hispanic Persons Diagnosed With Fibromyalgia
Psychometric Properties of Spanish Versions of the FACES II and Dyadic Adjustment Scale
Effects of Guided Imagery on Outcomes of Pain, Functional Status, and Self-Efficacy in Persons Diagnosed with Fibromyalgia
Depression and burn wounds
DEPRESSION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: NURSING CARE AS A GENERALIZED RESISTANCE RESOURCE
The idea of imagination: An analysis of “imagery”