Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is an impairing condition often associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The root is unknown, though there are several speculated causes. Genetics; infections (such as lyme disease); rheumatic diseases (i.e. rheumatoid arthritis or lupus); and physical or emotional trauma (post-traumatic stress disorder) all can contribute to fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is linked to increased release of pain neurotransmitters as well as an increase in pain receptor sensitivity. This means that your nerves are being signaled that “it hurts” more often than normal.

Thankfully, there are solutions to helping you feel better if you have fibromyalgia. Common treatment plans include antidepressants, pain relief therapy, counseling to reduce stress and heal from emotional trauma, sleep aides, and regular exercise at even activity levels each day. Practicing sleep hygiene is also a good way to ensure more restful sleep.

Another helpful option is to switch to the Paleo diet to best fuel your body. It is imperative to add meaning to your daily activities, too. Do something fun and fulfilling every day, such as volunteering time to help others, craft projects, or joining a support group.

Main Symptoms of Fibromyalgia:

Pain throughout the body; Fatigue; “Fibro fog” (cognitive difficulties); Depression; Headache; Lower abdominal pain

Top Five Supplements for Fibromyalgia Treatment:

Adaptogen-Immune; Daily Energy Infusion; End Fatigue Revitalizing Sleep; Traumeel (gel, tablets, or drops); Tri-Fortify Orange Gel

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