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        Tips To Help You Decorate A Room Around A Red Persian Rug

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        Tips To Help You Decorate A Room Around A Red Persian Rug
        Red area rugs are increasingly becoming more popular in recent years, and this is partly because red provides a great opportunity as a flooring color to complement the entirety of your living room, dining room, kitchen or bedroom. A lot of people...
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          Fibromyalgia

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          What is Fibromyalgia It is a nerve condition that  affects around 3% of Americans, mostly women. In simple terms, it is a chronic dull pain often together with tenderness that comes and goes moving from one region of the body to another....
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              • Red area rugs are increasingly becoming more popular in recent years, and this is partly because red provides a great opportunity as a flooring color to complement the entirety of your living room, dining room, kitchen or bedroom.

                A lot of people are interested in buying a red persian rug for their home, but then they have trouble figuring out how to develop their room’s interior design around their new area rug. We’ve teamed up with the industry experts at Rug Source to help us develop this list of home decorating tips to help you better understand how to make the most out of your red rug’s aesthetics and combine it with the rest of your room.

                So below are some of the décor tips to keep in mind when you have a red Persian rug!

                Be Sure To Complement Your Red Rug With Rich Wall Colors

                A lot of people want to play it safe with their wall colors when they choose to invest in a red Persian rug, but you should know that rich wall hues will only add to your rich flooring colors.

                One of the best things you can do with a vibrant area rug is combine it with bold wall colors that unites everything together in a way that’s not too overpowering. Deep, warm colors will go very well with your red rug!

                Try To Keep Your Large Pieces Of Furniture Neutral

                There’s no denying that your new red Persian rug will be the focal point of your room from a design standpoint, and many of these rugs will provide bold, bright colors and patterns. There’s more than likely going to be a lot going on within these types of area rugs, which is why you should make the other main elements of your room more neutral to give your eyes a solid resting place.

                This means keeping your furniture colors rather neutral to complement your red flooring, and then consider bringing in other artwork and flowers that complement this newly developed neutrality.

                Match The Red Rug Color With Your Room’s Accessories

                Gracefully blending a red rug into your home’s space can be a little easier when you add in some small accessories that match your Persian rug. It’s important to be rather selective in terms of what you bring into your room that coincides directly with such a bold décor like a red Persian rug, which is why it’s generally best to keep these complements to small accessories like pillows, flowers, coffee table accessories and much more.

                Keep A Design Theme In Mind, And Then Choose The Persian Rug That Matches Accordingly

                Your home’s space should always feel very warm and welcoming, and your new area rug should only add to this type of ambience. It’s important to consider the colors that already exist in your room if you’re not willing to paint or redecorate, and this is one of the reasons why many interior designers will recommend purchasing your rug prior to your furniture.

                It’s important for rug shoppers to always be honest with themselves when they’re looking through their best options, and to always go with the overall look and décor that matches your original idea for your room.

                Reach Out To The Rug Source Specialists To Learn More About Red Persian Rugs!

                Finding a high-quality red Persian rug can be a lot easier said than done, which is why you should always put your trust in online outlets that have a seemingly endless inventory of these types of area rugs.

                You can learn more about the Persian carpets from Rug Source by clicking through the link at the top of the page!

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                  Mark Larkin published a blog post Fibromyalgia

                  What is Fibromyalgia

                  It is a nerve condition that  affects around 3% of Americans, mostly women. In simple terms, it is a chronic dull pain often together with tenderness that comes and goes moving from one region of the body to another. Those with underlying conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or spinal arthritis are more at risk of developing fibromyalgia. Currently, there is no targeted diagnosis of the disease. Providers often use differential diagnosis meaning that they rule out other causes of pain first. Usually, the common signs complementing fibromyalgia are fatigue, feeling unrefreshed waking up, memory decline, pain lasting more than three months, and pain radiating throughout various regions of the body.

                  Symptoms

                  Common symptoms other than pain include tenderness to touch, tiredness, sleep problems, memory, or decisional thinking. Some have reported depression, anxiety, headaches, digestional issues, urinary problems, pelvic pain, or temporomandibular disorder (jaw pain, face pain, or ear ringing).

                  Causes

                  Unfortunately, there is no definitive answer to what causes fibromyalgia. There are those who believe that a traumatic event such as emotional trauma, multiple injuries, or illness such as a viral infection can play a role in fibromyalgia. Others say that the nervous system and the brain can be the root cause because unlike other chronic pain health conditions like arthritis, fibromyalgia does not involve the immune system, inflammation, or joint/ muscle disorder.

                  Pain Control

                  It is likely that there is an imbalance of levels of chemicals that influence how our body recognizes pain when dealing with fibromyalgia. These chemicals are produced at an adequate level when the cells and the mitochondria work harmoniously within the brain and the nervous system. The mitochondria are the energy-making factories within the cells and are important in overall cell function. Thus, if mitochondria dysfunction is the cause of the chemical imbalance, then supplements to increase mitochondria can be considered as a remedy to control fibromyalgia-associated pain. For example, vitamin C can help combat mitochondrial issues. Potentially, vitamin C can act as a protectant of the mitochondria by ‘feeding’ necessary nutrients to strengthen energy production. Other than natural remedies, there are many prescription drugs to optimize pain tolerability. Some drugs work to block the pain transmission to the nerves which decreases the activity of the pain transmissions to the brain. Also, there are drugs to modulate the chemicals that affect the brain as well. It is best to avoid opioids to manage fibromyalgia. Taking opioids for a long time can worsen the pain sensitivity and work against the desired outcome of pain management. Always discuss options with the provider for the best results.

                  Reference:

                  1. ​​Jahan F, Nanji K, Qidwai W, Qasim R. Fibromyalgia syndrome: an overview of pathophysiology, diagnosis and management. Oman Med J. 2012;27(3):192-195. doi:10.5001/omj.2012.44.
                  2. Wesselink E, Koekkoek WAC, Grefte S, Witkamp RF, van Zanten ARH. Feeding mitochondria: Potential role of nutritional components to improve critical illness convalescence. Clin Nutr. 2019 Jun;38(3):982-995. doi: 10.1016/j.clnu.2018.08.032.
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