Category Archives for "Fibromyalgia Remedies"

How These 7 Amazing Foods Relieve Your Fibromyalgia Pain

“We are what we eat.”

We have heard this phrase for a lot of time without blinking an eye and thinking what does this mean.

If you have overall good health, then it might not mean much to you, but if you are suffering from fibromyalgia condition, then you need to pay close attention to what you eat.

Our body is very efficient and unique and has natural self-repair mechanism.

We have lost this ability to self-heal in our modern-day stress filled lives. Our ancestors used natural herbs and remedies to cure themselves.

Continue reading

How to Treat Allodynia and Fibromyalgia Skin Pain

Do you feel hurt when someone gives you a hug, and wonder why does my skin hurt?

People not suffering with fibromyalgia condition often find it hard to understand this situation.

It is no doubt that fibromyalgia symptoms come in different forms, but some of us feel the pain even by light touch which is felt as a burning sensation on the skin.

Healthy people do not experience any pain when someone touches them or when they brush their hair or get exposed to mild warm or cold temperature.

Continue reading

Get These Vitamins For Surprise Relief From Fibromyalgia

Have you ever seen those commercials on TV where they say get these vitamins to get relief from problems due to old age or other chronic conditions?

You might be skeptical about the bold claims made in those commercials, but there is some truth between the vitamin deficiency and the symptoms in the fibromyalgia patients.

See, the vitamin is not only just essential for the overall health and well-being.

There have been many studies which have suggested that fibromyalgia symptoms such as chronic pain, muscles and joint pains, headache, insomnia, depression and anxiety are closely related to symptoms which are caused due to low levels of vitamins.

Continue reading

Is Serotonin Surprisingly The Ultimate Cure For Fibromyalgia?

Can you identify the relation between these two following symptoms?

A patient suffering from fibromyalgia condition has widespread muscle pain, inflammation, cognitive difficulties, swelling and tingling in limbs, depression and a lack of muscle strength.

A person with low serotonin level experience symptoms of insomnia, chronic headache, painful mensuration, muscle cramping, cognitive difficulties, and depression.

If you said that low serotonin level and the fibromyalgia conditions are related then you are right.

Continue reading

Relation Between Paresthesia and Fibromyalgia: The Ultimate Guide

Here is a little scenario for you,

You have been working on your desk working diligently to complete the project, and you were so engrossed in completing the project that you did not even become aware how long you have been sitting there and finishing the report.

Once you finish your project, you take a sign of relief and try to get up from the chair but you can’t.

It seems like your leg just got numb and is not able to carry your weight anymore. You have this shooting sensation of tingling going through your nerves.

Continue reading

Does Fibromyalgia Cause Fever?

If you have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia then you know all very well that it is chronic condition which causes pain the muscles, fatigue, sleep disorder and dizziness.

Fibromyalgia is hard to diagnose and sometime it can take up to five years for the average person to be diagnosed. Several people complain that they have a low-grade fever and they tend to put the cause of fever on Fibromyalgia.

Although there could be several causes for the fever and it becomes important to identify the correct reason for the fever before any treatment can begin.

Continue reading

7 Foods Which Could Trigger Your Fibromyalgia (You Won’t Believe #3)

Have you ever taken a meal and found that after a little while you start having pain, headache, fatigue and inflammation in your body?. 

If you been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, then you know all too well that something has triggered your fibromyalgia symptoms.

Fibromyalgia is not a rare condition; it is, in fact, one of the most common rheumatic illnesses. Despite volumes of international research, the cause of Fibromyalgia remains unknown.

Continue reading