There is no known cure for Fibromyalgia, with symptoms ranging from chronic fatigue, headaches, depression, aches and an arthritic muscle disease described as immune compromised muscular skeletal pain.
Some of the general areas fibromyalgia symptoms originate from include:
Pain areas: in the muscles, abdomen, back, or neck
Pain types: can be chronic, diffuse, sharp, or severe
Pain circumstances: can occur at night
Gastrointestinal: constipation, nausea, or passing excessive amounts of gas
Whole body: fatigue, feeling tired, or malaise
Muscular: muscle tenderness, delayed onset muscle soreness, or muscle spasms
Sensory: pins and needles, sensitivity to cold, or sensitivity to pain
Mood: anxiety, mood swings, or nervousness
Sleep: difficulty falling asleep or sleep disturbances
Cognitive: forgetfulness or lack of concentration
Hand: sensation of coldness or tingling
I recently read 10 Causes Of Fibromyalgia Your Doctor Doesn’t Know About and think these are some of the things you should look into, making these changes could also help to reverse Fibromyalgia symptoms that affect your day to day life. Have you ever stopped into a book shop and looked for a health book based on your condition? I found at least 5 books online under R200 each for Fibromyalgia, and I’m sure that costs a lot less than your prescription medication. I mean if someone came up to you and said,”this book is for you, reading this book and applying the changes could change your life and your health”. Would you read it? Or wait for your next appointment to be reminded there is no cure…
Most medications should only be taken for a certain amount of time before side effects start to show. But there have been patients on medications for 10+ years. Does that not sound crazy…? There has been long time discussion on Modern Medication vs. Natural Alternatives which is basically Chemical vs Nature… The only reason why people fail to use Home Remedies is the lack of Knowledge. How to use, how much to use, what compliments this method.
Simply using your diet to fight inflammation – would this not make life a lot easier. Next time you’re at your Dr. ask him a few questions , discuss your options and taking time to find what works for you. Sometimes you answer your own questions no one else can answer, so don’t be afraid to follow your intuition.
Low-impact aerobics exercise will prevent muscle deterioration. Yoga‘s ability to calm the mind and reduce stress may also serve to reduce the main trigger of fibromyalgia attacks, as well as slowly loosen cramped muscles. Yoga for Fibromyalgia has helped patients in more ways than one “conventional” method.
It is a good idea to take a break from supplements for a day or two, taking them at different times, not in a routine. Taking a break on weekends but staying and eating healthy is key. Utilizing supplements as part of your diet, ie: adding Maca Root, Moringa to juices or making Turmeric Tea (Golden Milk) with turmeric is a good example to utilize turmeric and desensitize our taste buds for sugar. Drink this before bed. Alkalizing is important, illnesses thrive in a acidic body.
Cutting out meat, processed foods and dairies and avoiding alcohol, increasing your fluid intake to 8 to 16 cups daily. Sugar is a big NO! NO!
Using Cannabis Oils and Supplements to Compliment natural alternatives for Fibromyalgia
A Fibromyalgia Health Pack is available online!!
By Loreal Nel – BGF Health Help
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