Fibromyalgia can be a life-long condition that requires a complete life-changing treatment. There is no “cure” for fibromyalgia. However, there is hope for those who are open to looking at their condition from many different angles. If you’ve tried conventional medical treatment, you know that you’ve hit many brick walls. It is difficult to believe that anyone outside of this realm can tell you that there is a solution. This is a life-threatening, debilitating condition. You deserve the best treatment for your condition. Doctors have indicated that you have an autoimmune condition and that there is no real treatment for fibromyalgia. They also suggested that you manage your symptoms and use anti-inflammatory steroids.
Conventional medicine can only offer painkillers to manage the severe pain of fibromyalgia. Because most of these opiates are highly addictive, addiction can be a problem with these painkillers. Fibromyalgia is best treated as an infectious disease. Dr. Garth Nicholsen M.D., the head of the Institute for Molecular Medicine has done extensive research on this topic. There is plenty of evidence to suggest that fibromyalgia may be caused by an infectious pathogen, called mycoplasma. Lyme disease, a spiral-shaped bacteria caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, may also be a cause of fibromyalgia. These conditions can be difficult to diagnose and test for because they lack a cell wall and can hide in the cells. They are not often found in the bloodstream.
Fibromyalgia can be treated as a chronic, hard-to-treat infection. People tend to recover faster than when they are treated with other methods. These pathogens can cause nerve damage, brain damage, and muscle tissue destruction. They can cause irregular heartbeats. They can cause heart irregularities, disrupt hormones, and even throw them out of balance. It’s no wonder you feel so miserable. People have tried to minimize your problem and treat you as if you are exaggerating. This is both tragic and unfair. I have found that there are many effective therapies that can help you regain your life after suffering from fibromyalgia.
People experience temporary symptoms aggravations as they heal. This is known as Jarrisch-Herxheimer reactions or herxing. Many people experience a significant improvement in their quality of life in three months. This can continue for a year and lead to a more normal lifestyle. Different people react differently to different conditions and immune systems. Essential oils were a cornerstone of my protocol. Essential oils are powerful natural substances that have many properties. They can be antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving. These substances can also cross over the blood-brain barrier and can be used to treat fibromyalgia brain problems. They can improve oxygenation and blood circulation throughout the body, and in particular the brain, which can help increase energy levels.
Improved brain health can help with the severe insomnia many sufferers of fibromyalgia feel. Fibromyalgia can cause severe disruptions in the brain’s sleep-wake cycle control area. The essential oils can be applied to the area of your head that houses the sleep center (the back of your head just above the neck). This can help improve sleep. Essential oils can also be used to treat pain problems that cannot be treated with other methods. I believe that the oils kill the pathogens in the area of pain. If this is true, the oil can actually be used to remove the root cause of the pain and not just mask it.
Essential oils may be able to alleviate the symptoms of chemical sensitivity many sufferers of fibromyalgia feel. I believe that chemical sensitivities are caused by disruptions in liver function and body’s natural detoxification process. This is due to a pathogen that hasn’t been properly identified that causes the disruption. Based on my own experiences with essential oils and what I’ve read about the possible causes, this is how I feel. My chemical sensitivities disappeared when I used essential oils regularly to the lower right rib cage region, just above my liver. This is strange, as essential oils are aromatic substances that people with chemical sensitivities should avoid. This is my personal observation of the benefits essential oils can provide for this condition.
A holistic treatment for fibromyalgia also includes herbs that are antibacterial and herbs and nutritional supplement that have been traditionally used to treat gout. It is important to take supplements and participate in activities that improve blood circulation. Hypercoagulation is a condition in which the blood can cause scar tissue to form too easily in people with fibromyalgia. Your blood could become too thick due to too much fibrin (the substance that causes scar tissue). Natural supplements may be able to correct this condition. This can be especially true for certain digestive enzymes. This one issue can often lead to a significant decrease in pain, increased energy, and better cognitive function.
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Massage, bodywork, and other types of exercise can all be very beneficial. Combining massage and essential oils can significantly increase the effectiveness of both. Deep massage increases the penetration of essential oils into the tissues. It can also help to break down scar tissue in areas that are causing pain or disrupting your body’s natural functioning. Even if they cause a temporary aggravation, heat therapies can be beneficial for people suffering from fibromyalgia. Infrared heat lamps, saunas, hot baths, and hot tubs can all be helpful, especially when combined with essential oils. If given in sufficient potencies, homeopathic remedies may also prove to be helpful for fibromyalgia sufferers.
To work, the remedy must be matched to the person’s symptoms. Glonoinum, causticum and aurum metallicum are some of the remedies that I have found to be effective. To reap the full benefits, these remedies should be taken one at time for a few days. These therapies are based on my own experience in treating these symptoms and treating others who have the same symptoms. These therapies are not intended to replace conventional medical advice and treatment.
Muscle arthritis refers to muscle pain in the body. There are many types. Dermatomyositis is the first. This causes soreness, pain, inflammation and a dry rash. The rash can be seen on the neck, back, chest, shoulders, and chest. This type of muscle pain can affect the heart muscles and lungs tissues. Fibromyalgia is another type of muscle arthritis. This condition causes pain in the joints and connective tissues. Extreme symptoms include fatigue, sleep problems, anxiety, depression, and sleep problems. To diagnose fibromyalgia correctly, the symptoms must be present for at least three months. Lupus is another form of muscle joint pain.