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Natural Pain Relief for Fibromyalgia

There is so much pain in Fibromyalgia. The worst being the unknown. When you suffer from the severe chronic pain one can experience from Fibromyalgia it can be so overwhelming to the patient who has no support or no one who really understands.

It is even harder when you have a critical doctor who doesn’t take your pain
seriously enough. When you are in the dark about all the pain it is hard to function. I can help with a few simple natural remedies that can help you through your crisis.

  • Find a new doctor who understands and believes you.

  • Find someone to talk to who is compassionate and believes you are experiencing real and debilitating pain.

  • Use ice on the painful muscles.

  • Stop using the painful muscle until you have stretched it out to relieve the
    pain. If stretching doesn’t do it, you need to use ice, have a bath in Epsom salts, relax or sleep it off. If you keep working a tight muscle it will
    continue to get into a bigger ball of pain. We are only human and repetitive
    work leads to strained muscles.

  • Stay off the couch! Couches keep you in bad posture and only add to painful
    muscles.

  • Keep your body fit. I know it is hard when you are in pain but from experience, your pain will increase with time if you don’t. Even walking will help. Stretching is best.

  • Be aware of what could be causing you the pain and don’t let yourself get to
    that point. An example is when I am on the computer too long, I experience
    pain in the center of my back, my neck, shoulders and wrists. Be aware of
    how you are sitting, the position of your neck, your shoulders and feet. We
    should be taught good posture in school and how to maintain it. Bad posture
    accounts for a lot of pain and discomfort.

  • Diet is major. A simple solution, eat to survive, don’t live to eat. Natural
    whole foods are best, lots of nutritious fresh foods that are not
    genetically modified. We are digestive enzyme deficient. Eat some live food
    with every meal to help digest it. Stay away from McDonalds! Diet is like
    drugs, hard to get off addictive foods. My advice is one day at a time. If
    you drink those double double Tim Horton’s coffees, cut down 1/2 teaspoon of sugar a day or a week until you can go without it.

  • Don’t rely on caffeine to get you going, it is like sugar, a quick high to
    an abrupt low. Get your body working on it’s own without relying on caffeine or red bull to get you going. If you are that bad, you need to take some R & R time. Get your adrenals checked.

  • If you live in the North and experience pain when it rains or snows, or
    arthritis, try some heat and wish for sunshine and dry weather. They blamed
    all my pain on Fibromyalgia when in fact a lot of it was from the weather.
    My condition can change over night. I was always wondering what I did to
    have so much more pain today than yesterday when in fact it wasn’t me, it
    was the weather.

  •  Vitamin D is our sunshine Vitamin, with out it we can become depressed, SAD and all research is pointing to cancers from lack of Vitamin D. When the sun shines, get outside and absorb 20 minutes of it.

  • Avoid conflict, stress only adds to injury. You need to have a healthy
    relationship with the least amount of stress as possible. It isn’t healthy
    for anyone. If you have conflict, avoid those people, if your job is too
    stressful, seriously consider a change. Even a pay cut is worth it if you
    make a change that removes the stress from your job or a psychopathic boss.

Be well!

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