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Natural Remedy for Fibromyalgia


Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition characterized by widespread pain in the muscles, ligaments and tendons, as well as fatigue and multiple tender points. Fibromyalgia is more common in women than in men.

What causes Fibromyalgia?

Presently, the exact cause of Fibromyalgia is unknown. Fibromyalgia can, but does not always, start as a result of some trauma (such as a traffic accident), major surgery, or disease. Some evidence shows that Lyme Disease is a common trigger of Fibromyalgia symptoms. Because the nature of Fibromyalgia is not well understood, some physicians believe that it may be psychosomatic or psychogenic.

What are some natural remedies for Fibromyalgia?

Click here for an alternative medicine for the treatment of Fibromyalgia.

Reduce stress. Develop a plan to avoid or limit overexertion and emotional stress. Allow yourself time each day to relax. That may mean learning how to say no without guilt. But try not to change your routine completely. People who quit work or drop all activity tend to do worse than those who remain active. Try stress management techniques, such as deep-breathing exercises or meditation.

Get enough sleep. Because fatigue is one of the main characteristics of Fibromyalgia, getting sufficient sleep is essential. In addition to allotting enough time for sleep, practice good sleep habits, such as going to bed and getting up at the same time each day and limiting daytime napping.

Exercise regularly. At first, exercise may increase your pain. But doing it regularly often decreases symptoms. Appropriate exercises may include walking, swimming, biking and water aerobics. A physical therapist can help you develop a home exercise program. Stretching, good posture and relaxation exercises also are helpful.

Pace yourself. Keep your activity on an even level. If you do too much on your good days, you may have more bad days.

Maintain a healthy lifestyle. Eat healthy foods. Limit your caffeine intake. Do something that you find enjoyable and fulfilling every day.



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