Alternative Fibromyalgia Treatment:

Allopathic doctors would call Fibromyalgia, a disease. However, Fibromyalgia is not a true disease at all. The true disease is a nutritional and hormonal deficiency or imbalance. If your doctor is bound and determined to treat a symptom, instead of the true disease, then I would suggest that you should find another doctor. Find an alternative doctor that will understand how to treat your true disease, without pharmaceutical drugs.

Fibromyalgia should be called a nutritional and hormonal disorder. We can find the solution to the problem, by testing for nutritional and hormonal deficiencies. Fibromyalgia will start to develop, from a hormonal prospective, as we age. We all ( both men and women ) begin to lose both progesterone and testosterone. We also start gaining a very powerful hormone estradiol. Estradiol is about 300 times more potent in the body, than either progesterone or testosterone and therefore it occupies the cell sites, that should be occupied by progesterone and testosterone. For information on Hormone Saliva Testing: Click Here

Nutritional problems can start before birth. What the mother does during pregnancy, can set the stage for the child's nutritional problems. We would be much healthier if we simply stay away from problem foods, such as non-organic meat, fruits and vegetables. Non-organic foods are actually poisoned with un-natural hormones and pesticides. To simplify this, we need to know that we can defeat the symptoms, of what we have been told by allopathic doctors are diseases. When we get our nutrition and our hormonal problems balanced, we can begin to strengthen our immune system, which is the only way we are going to correct the true disease, nutritional and hormonal deficiency.

Our chances of being healthy would be greatly increased, if we would eat meat products, from free range farms and eat organic fruits and vegetables. Also as important, would be the elimination of pasteurized milk and all grains, from your diet. However, raw milk from grass fed, free range cattle that has not had un-natural hormones added, would be beneficial.

There is hope for people afflicted with Fibromyalgia without resorting to controversial painkillers. Some 5 million people in North America, mostly women between the ages of 20 and 50, are suffering from Fibromyalgia. In one survey, about one-quarter of those diagnosed with this condition were unable to work. Others found Fibromyalgia seriously affected their job performance. This widespread disorder is characterized by aching pain and stiffness in the fibrous tissue of the muscle joints. Most sufferers say they ache all over and are particularly sensitive to pressure in certain tender points around the neck, shoulder, chest, hip, knee and elbow regions. The pain has been described as burning, aching, throbbing and stabbing. It's usually more pronounced in the morning and when one is trying to relax. Fibromyalgia is often associated with stress, lack of sleep, anxiety and physical strain.

While Fibromyalgia is not fatal, nor the cause of any permanent damage, it is so debilitating that those who suffer from it are often seriously effected in their performance. About one-quarter of people with the disease are unable to work at all. This has a profound effect on their families and social life too. Virtually unheard of a few years ago, this bizarre condition is often associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and has totally baffled the allopathic medical community. Since they have not found a cause nor a therapy, many patients are being told they just have to live with it. For a physician to diagnose Fibromyalgia, the patient must have widespread pain in all four quadrants of the body, for at least a three month period. To be considered widespread, pressure pain must be found in at least eleven of eighteen specific tender points. But fighting Fibromyalgia is now possible. Holistic lifestyle changes can help to both prevent the condition and offer relief to those experiencing the various symptoms. These changes include stress modification techniques, regular exercise and a good diet with a high quality whole food supplementation program. it's also a good idea to include Omega 3 Salmon Oil with your daily supplement program.

Here Are Some Of The Symptoms Of Fibromyalgia:
Difficulty Sleeping Tingling Of The Hands And Feet Extreme Fatigue Numbness
Difficulty Thinking Irritable Bowel Syndrome Stress Headaches
Mood Swings Irregular Menstrual Periods Foggy Thinking Dizzyness
Insomnia Menstrual Cramping Anxiety Attacks Irritability

Conditions Also Associated With Fibromyalgia

Many other physical conditions are found frequently along with fibromyalgia.* Each of these can and do occur separately; however, they are also quite commonly associated with fibromyalgia.

*Pellegrino, MJ. Fibromyalgia: Managing The Pain. Columbus: Anadem Publishing, 1993.

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