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Fibromyalgia and Smoking

Ya, we all know smoking cigarettes is not good for us but how do we quit?

Cigarette

Cigarettes are not good for anyone but if you have a chronic illness like Fibromyalgia you are adding a major blow to your health. If you lead a sedentary life and smoke, you are inviting all kinds of disaster into your life.

When I saw the commercial of a surgeon slapping down a major artery and squishing the white, thick, gunk that had totally filled the major aorta to the heart of a dead 32 male, I changed the opinion of my passion for smoking. I will never forget that image and I don’t think they should have take the commercial off the air, talk about reality biting you in the ass! I searched the internet and found a similar commercial. See for yourself.


I quit with laser therapy, which worked for me but I am worried about the long term effects of the lasers as it is fairly new and something that was passed by the FDA?????????? How many drugs did they approve that ended in disaster. It is also very expensive but if done right, it can work..

Be careful as they are also passing off a lot of lasers that aren’t really intended to work for quitting smoking. Kind of like the fake Louis Vuitton, Prada and Coach purses. So if you decide to do laser, make sure it is reputable because you
will be wasting about $300.00 on a fake laser that will have you back smoking in no time.

The patches are full of chemicals as well as the cigarettes so are we just trading up addictions? More toxic drugs for the already sick body!

Zyban gave my husband serum sickness, his body swelled up and went toxic, nasty!! The drugs really aren’t the answer, they only add another possibility of addiction or side effects.

I know that quitting smoking is one of the hardest things to do, definitely in line with heroin and sugar. Whether it is drugs, cigarettes, alcohol or food, an addiction is an addictions. We are all human.

There are real options now!

The Health Ranger recommends 14andOut.com if you are looking to quit smoking. Shawn Cohen has found a way
to do it successfully and is helping thousands. It is also at an affordable price right now. It is regular $59.00 on sale at the time of this post for $39.00. How many packages of cigarettes would it take to pay for that? 

This is the most comprehensive smoking cessation program ever, and it only takes 60 minutes to learn.

What? 60 minutes? You are worth it! If I were still smoking, I would give this a try.

 

Why not give it a try?

What have you got to lose? Cigarettes, smelly breath/clothes/house/car, toxins, addiction, breathing difficulties, scrounging for money to buy cigarettes, risk of lung cancer, heart disease, bronchitis, emphysema, asthma or dying.

 

 

What have you got to gain? Your life, your health, money in your pocket, better health, keep smelling fresh and clean all day, no addiction or chain to drag you into a winter storm for a drag, fresh breath, breathing period and most of all, YOUR FREEDOM! I felt like I was chained to my pack of smokes.

I can tell you something else too, my friends who have stayed smoking have grey hair and I don’t. You also wrinkle up and age your body and skin a lot quicker so you really are giving up your youth and vitality to smoke.


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Smoking is not the cause of your Fibromyalgia but it is not helping either. They really are a limiting belief, you tell yourself you can’t live without them because, believe me, you can life a far better life without them, change your thinking.

Consider your poor thyroid, brain and lungs and how many toxins you are giving them with every drag. Smokers lose teeth too!

Is your body and your pocket book worth the expense of smoking? I think you are worth the consideration of butting out.

What it comes down to is, you have to be ready. Good luck!

If you are suffering from Fibromyalgia, I can help.


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Fibromyalgia fact sheet

What is fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia (fye-bro-mye-AL-ja) is a disorder that causes aches and pain all over the body. People with fibromyalgia also have “tender points” throughout their bodies. Tender points are specific places on the neck, shoulders, back, hips, arms, and legs that hurt when pressure is put on them.

What are the symptoms of fibromyalgia?

In addition to pain, people with fibromyalgia could also have:

  • Cognitive and memory problems (sometimes called “fibro fog”)
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Morning stiffness
  • Headaches
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Painful menstrual periods
  • Numbness or tingling of hands and feet
  • Restless legs syndrome
  • Temperature sensitivity
  • Sensitivity to loud noises or bright lights

How common is fibromyalgia? Who is mainly affected?

Fibromyalgia affects as many as 5 million Americans ages 18 and older. Most people with fibromyalgia are women (about 80 – 90 percent). However, men and children also can have the disorder. Most people are diagnosed during middle age.

Fibromyalgia can occur by itself, but people with certain other diseases, such
as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and other types of arthritis, may be more likely to who have it. Individuals have a close relative with fibromyalgia are more likely to develop it themselves.

What causes fibromyalgia?

The causes of fibromyalgia are not known. Researchers think a number of factors might be involved. Fibromyalgia can occur on its own, but has also been linked to:

  • Having a family history of fibromyalgia
  • Being exposed to stressful or traumatic events, such as
    • Car accidents
    • Injuries to the body caused by
      performing the same action over and over again (called “repetitive”
      injuries)
    • Infections or illnesses
    • Being sent to war

How is fibromyalgia diagnosed?

People with fibromyalgia often see many doctors before being diagnosed. One reason for this may be that pain and fatigue, the main symptoms of fibromyalgia, also are symptoms of many other conditions. Therefore, doctors often must rule out other possible causes of these symptoms before diagnosing fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia cannot be found by a lab test.

A doctor who knows about fibromyalgia, however, can make a diagnosis based upon two criteria:

  1. A history of widespread pain lasting more than 3 months. Pain must be present in both the right and left sides of the body as well as above and below the waist.
  2. Presence of tender points. The body has 18 sites that are possible tender points. For fibromyalgia diagnosis a person must have 11 or more tender points. For a point to be
    “tender,” the patient must feel pain when pressure is put on the site. People who have fibromyalgia may feel pain at other sites, too, but those 18 sites on the body are used for diagnosis.

Your doctor may try to rule out other causes of your pain and fatigue. Testing for some of these things may make sense to you. For instance, you may find it reasonable that your doctor wants to rule out rheumatoid arthritis, since that disease also causes pain. Testing for other conditions — such as lupus, multiple sclerosis, or sleep apnea — may make less lupus, sense to you. But fibromyalgia can mimic or even overlap many other conditions. Talk with your doctor. He or she can help you understand what each test is for and how each test is part of making a final diagnosis

How is fibromyalgia treated?

Fibromyalgia can be hard to treat. It’s important to find a doctor who has treated others with fibromyalgia. Many family doctors, general internists, or rheumatologists can treat fibromyalgia. Rheumatologists are doctors who treat arthritis and other conditions that affect the joints and soft tissues.

Treatment often requires a team approach. The team may include your doctor, a physical therapist, and possibly other health care providers. A pain or rheumatology clinic can be a good place to get treatment. Treatment for fibromyalgia may include the following:

  • Pain management. Three medicines have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat fibromyalgia. These are pregabalin (Lyrica), duloxetine (Cymbalta), and milnacipran (Savella). Other medications are being developed and may
    also receive FDA approval in the future. Your doctor may also suggest non-narcotic pain relievers, low-dose antidepressants, or other classes of medications that might help improve certain symptoms.
  • Sleep management. Getting the right amount of sleep at night may help improve your symptoms. Here are tips for good sleep:
    • Keep regular sleep habits. Try to get to bed at the same time and get up at the same time every day — even on weekends and vacations.
    • Avoid caffeine and alcohol in the late afternoon and evening.
    • Time your exercise. Regular daytime exercise can improve nighttime sleep. But avoid exercising within 3 hours of bedtime, which can be stimulating, keeping you awake.
    • Avoid daytime naps. Sleeping in the afternoon can interfere with nighttime sleep. If you feel you cannot get by without a nap, set an alarm for 1 hour. When it goes off, get up and start moving.
    • Reserve your bed for sleeping. Watching the late news, reading a suspense novel, or working on your laptop in bed can stimulate you, making it hard to sleep.
    • Keep your bedroom dark, quiet, and cool.
    • Avoid liquids and spicy meals before bed. Heartburn and late-night trips to the bathroom do not lead to good sleep.
    • Wind down before bed. Avoid working right up to bedtime. Do relaxing activities, such as listening to soft music or taking a warm bath, that get you ready to sleep. (A warm bath also may soothe aching muscles.)
  • Psychological support. Living with a chronic condition can be hard on you. If you have fibromyalgia, find a support group. Counseling sessions with a trained counselor may improve
    your understanding of your illness.
  • Other treatments. Complementary therapies may help you. Talk to your physician before trying any alternative treatments. These include:
    • Physical therapy
    • Massage
    • Myofascial release therapy
    • Water therapy
    • Light aerobics
    • Acupressure
    • Applying heat or cold
    • Acupuncture
    • Yoga
    • Relaxation exercises
    • Breathing techniques
    • Aromatherapy
    • Cognitive therapy
    • Biofeedback
    • Herbs
    • Nutritional supplements
    • Osteopathic or chiropractic manipulation

What can I do to try to feel better?

Besides taking medicine prescribed by your doctor, there are many things you can do to lessen the impact of fibromyalgia on your life. These include:

  • Getting enough sleep. Getting enough sleep and the right kind of sleep can help ease the pain and fatigue of fibromyalgia. Most adults need seven to eight hours of “restorative”
    sleep per night. Restorative sleep leaves you feeling well-rested and ready for your day to start when you wake up. It is hard for people with fibromyalgia to get a good night’s sleep. It is important to discuss any sleep problems with your doctor, who can recommend treatment for them.
  • Exercising. Although pain and fatigue may make exercise and daily activities difficult, it is
    crucial to be as physically active as possible. Research has repeatedly shown that regular exercise is one of the most effective treatments for fibromyalgia. People who have too much pain or fatigue to do hard exercise should just begin to move more and become more active in routine daily activities. Then they can begin with walking (or other gentle exercise) and
    build their endurance and intensity slowly.
  • Making changes at work. Most people with fibromyalgia continue to work, but they may have to make big changes to do so. For example, some people cut down the number of hours they work, switch to a less demanding job, or adapt a current job. If you face
    obstacles at work, such as an uncomfortable desk chair that leaves your back aching or difficulty lifting heavy boxes or files, your employer may make changes that will enable you to keep your job. An occupational therapist can help you design a more comfortable workstation or find more efficient and less painful ways to lift. A number of federal laws protect the rights of people with disabilities.
  • Eating well. Although some people with fibromyalgia report feeling better when they eat or avoid certain foods, no specific diet has been proven to influence fibromyalgia. Of course, it is important to have a healthy, balanced diet. Not only will proper nutrition give you more energy and make you generally feel better, it will also help you avoid other health problems.

Will fibromyalgia get better with time?

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition, meaning it lasts a long time — possibly a lifetime. However, it may be comforting to know that fibromyalgia is not a progressive disease. It is never fatal, and it will not cause damage to the joints, muscles, or internal organs. In many people, the condition does improve over time.

What is the difference between fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue
syndrome?

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and fibromyalgia are alike in many ways. In fact, it is not uncommon for a person to have both fibromyalgia and CFS. Some experts believe that fibromyalgia and CFS are in fact the same disorder, but expressed in slightly different ways. Both CFS and fibromyalgia have pain and fatigue as symptoms.

The main symptom of CFS is extreme tiredness. CFS often begins after having flu-like symptoms. But people with CFS do not have the tender points that people with fibromyalgia have. To be diagnosed with CFS, a person must have:

  1. Extreme fatigue for at least 6 months that cannot be explained by medical tests and
  2. At least 4 or more of the following symptoms:
    • Forgetting things or having a hard time focusing
    • Feeling tired even after sleeping
    • Muscle pain or aches
    • Pain or aches in joints without swelling or redness
    • Feeling discomfort or “out-of-sorts” for more than 24 hours after being active
    • Headaches of a new type, pattern, or strength
    • Tender lymph nodes in the neck or under the arm
    • Sore throat

What if I can’t work because of fibromyalgia?

Many experts in fibromyalgia do not suggest patients go on disability. These experts have found that if patients stop working, they:

  • Stop moving as much during the day
  • Lose contact with co-workers
  • Lose a “sense of purpose” in life

All of these things can make a patient feel more alone and depressed. These three things tend to make fibromyalgia symptoms worse. Deciding to go on disability is a hard choice that you should talk about with your doctor or nurse.

However, if you cannot work because of your fibromyalgia, contact the Social Security Administration for help with disability benefits. You may qualify for disability benefits through your employer or the Federal Government. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) are the largest Federal programs providing financial assistance to people with disabilities. Although the medical requirements for eligibility are the same under the two programs, the way they are funded is different. SSDI is paid by Social Security taxes, and those who qualify for assistance receive benefits based on how much they have paid into the system. SSI is funded by general tax revenues, and those who qualify receive payments based on financial need. For information about the SSDI and SSI programs, contact the Social Security Administration at
800-772-1213.

What research is being done on fibromyalgia?

The National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases sponsors research to help understand fibromyalgia and find better ways to diagnose, treat, and prevent it. Researchers are studying:

  • Why people with fibromyalgia feel a lot of pain
  • How exercise can help patients withfibromyalgia
  • Medicines and behavioral treatments

More information on fibromyalgia

For more information about fibromyalgia, call womenshealth.gov at 800-994-9662 (TDD:
888-220-5446) or contact the following organizations:

Information provided by the Womenshealth.gov

Office on Women’s Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Fibromyalgia fact sheet was reviewed by:

Daniel Clauw, M.D. 

Director of the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center

University of Michigan

Content last updated June 29, 2010.

 

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A Rational Biological Source of Pain in the Skin of Patients with Fibromyalgia

A Science Breakthrough To Identifying Pain of Fibromyalgia is Real

Fibromyalgia Is Not All In Your Head, New Research Confirms

Hallelujah! Shout it from the roof tops, scientists have found a possible explanation for the pain of Fibromyalgia!!! This will give some respect back to the sufferers who have been through cynicism and disbelief!

Researchers discover a rational biological source of pain in the skin of patients with fibromyalgia.

Albany Medical Center neurologist, Dr Rice 

Pain specialist Dr. Charles EArgoffthe study primary investigator

Collaborators 

Dr. James Wymer 
also at Albany Medical College and 

Dr. James Storey 
of Upstate Clinical Research Associates in Albany, NY

Clinical research proposals were funded by Forest Laboratories and Eli Lilly. 


the AV shunts in the hand are unique in that they create a bypass of the capillary bed for the major purpose of regulating body temperature.

A Thermostat for the Skin

In humans, these types of shunts are unique to the palms of our hands and soles of our feet which work like the radiator in a car

under warm conditions, the shunts close down to force blood into the capillaries at the surface of the skin in order to radiate heat from the body, and our hands get sweaty

under cold conditions, the shunts open wide allowing blood to bypass the capillaries in order to conserve heat, and our hands get cold

According to Dr. Albrecht, the excess sensory innervations may itself explain why fibromyalgia patients typically have especially tender and painful hands.

In addition, since the sensory fibers are responsible for opening the shunts, they would become particularly active under cold conditions, which are generally very bothersome to fibromyalgia patients.

A role in regulating blood flow throughout the body

Although they are mostly limited to the hands and feet, the shunts likely have another important function which could account for the widespread deep pain, achiness, and fatigue that occurs in fibromyalgia patients.

“In addition to involvement in temperature regulation, an enormous proportion of our blood flow normally goes to our hands and feet. Far more than is needed for their metabolism” noted Dr. Rice.

– the hands and the feet act as a reservoir from which blood flow can be diverted to other tissues of the body, such as muscles when we begin to exercise. Therefore, the pathology discovered among these shunts in the hands could be interfering with blood flow to the muscles throughout the body.

this mismanaged blood flow could be the source of muscular pain and achiness, and the sense of fatigue which are thought to be due to a build-up of lactic acid and low levels of inflammation in fibromyalgia patients.

– this, in turn, could contribute to the hyperactvity in the brain

alterations of normal blood flow may underlie other fibromyalgia symptoms, such as non-restful sleep or cognitive dysfunctions.

“The data do appear to fit with other published evidence demonstrating blood flow alterations to higher brain centers and the cerebral cortex of fibromyalgia patients” Dr Rice stated.

See diagram and read the full story at:

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The Science

US National Library of Medicine National institute of Health


Pain Med.
 2013
Jun;14(6):895-915. doi: 10.1111/pme.12139. Epub 2013 May 20.

Excessive Peptidergic Sensory Innervation of Cutaneous Arteriole-Venule
Shunts (AVS) in the Palmar Glabrous Skin of Fibromyalgia Patients: Implications for Widespread Deep Tissue Pain and Fatigue

Source


Integrated Tissue Dynamics, LLC, Rensselaer, New York, USA; Center for


Neuropharmacology & Neuroscience, Albany Medical College, Albany, New York


USA
.

CONCLUSIONS:

– the excessive sensory innervation to the glabrous skin AVS is a likely

source of severe pain and tenderness in the hands of FM patients

– importantly, glabrous AVS regulate blood flow to the skin in humans for

thermoregulation and tother tissues such as skeletal muscle during periods of increased metabolic demand

– therefore, blood flow dysregulation as a result of excessive innervation to AVS would likely contribute to the widespread deep pain and fatigue of FM

– SNRI compounds may provide partial therapeutic benefit by enhancing the impact of sympathetically mediated inhibitory modulation of the excess sensory innervation

Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

PMID: 23691965 

My opinioin

So there is the science that they found to confirm Fibromyalgia sufferers are having “real pain”.

Finally! Do you feel a sense of relief? I don’t. The study was funded by the drug companies and they plan to find another drug to help kill the pain.

Is this just a symptom or a result of another cause?

I want to find the reason the shunts are not working properly, how about you?

I am going to return to this statement from above: this mismanaged blood flow could be the source of muscular pain and achiness, and the sense of fatigue which are thought to be due to a build-up of lactic acid and low levels of inflammation in fibromyalgia patients

So I am going to work on reducing or eliminating high lactic acid and inflammatory foods. My new book deals with inflammatory foods so it will be a big help for anyone seeking an alternative way to dealing with your pain. It will be released soon! Stay tuned for help on how to avoid prescriptions. Because I care!

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Could Fibromyalgia be a result of food?

 

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Fibromyalgia and Stress

Stress and anxiety can debilitate you and here is a way we can help without the use of drugs.
Inflammation is a major cause of disease and it comes from what we eat, what we drink and what we think.

Modern way of handling stress is with medications such as Celexa, Prozac, Paxil, Elavil, Effexxor XL, Luvox, Vanatrip or Amitriptyline to name a few. What are the side effects or the long term
effects of taking these drugs. What does it mean to your organs years down the road?

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If you have Fibromyalgia, have had surgery or any other chronic illness, you owe it to yourself to listen to this video. It is showing Fibro caused by virus’s.

Did you have flu-like symptoms when this all started? I did. When I was a kid, I got really sick after my vaccination and I believe it effected my immunity and that is why I suffer today with chronic illness. Definitely worth considering and investigating!

 

Understanding Fibromyalgia

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Fibromyalgia could be one of the most misunderstood conditions which can add more health problems.

You can be treated with multiple medications to see if one might help. To me it is like putting a blindfold on with a room full of people, spinning you around and throw darts blindly to see if you can hit the dartboard.

I am just wondering how you can medicate something no one understands? How do we know if we aren’t making things worse?

I have been there, tried it all. You can take medication until your hair falls out but it won’t “cure” your Fibromyalgia. If it did, after all these years, all the drug trials, wouldn’t we be hearing about it on the news and wouldn’t we all be cured?

What you will find within this website is hope. I work on finding what will harm you so you can avoid it, what will help heal your body so you can work on improving your immunity and what news you need to be informed on so you can make your own informed choices.

A lot of it is probably considered controversial, I say it is just put on the back burner because big pharma can’t profit off of it. If they have used herbal treatments for thousands of years successfully, it’s good enough for me, I don’t need scientific proof. If I am hearing people are being healed of cancer, diabetes and many other diseases, it’s proof enough for me.

I have tried many medications and all of them have given me side effects. I have tried many, many herbs and never had any side effects. I am not telling you to quit your pills and take up herbs. It is all your own choice but if you have been through the pills and it didn’t work, you might want to follow
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Fibromyalgia and Memory Loss

Do you suffer from memory loss?

Are you afraid you may end up with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease?

You don’t have to lose your mind. There are many ways to keep your memory even into a ripe old age.

Between my husband and I. I remember everything, he forgets everything. I drink green tea and take natural meds and herbs. He drinks coffee and takes pills the dr prescribes. He will eat foods that contain aspartame and msg, I don’t.

Life is all about choices isn’t it? Seeing the long term effects of our choices sometimes turns up in ways we don’t expect them to. There are many things that can help your memory but we will start with one. Lets take a good look at green tea.

WebMD says more than a decades worth of research about green tea’s health benefits have shown particularly it’s potential to fight:

  1. Cancer

  2. Heart Disease

Limited studies for:

  1. Lowering Cholesterol

  2. Burning Fat

  3. Preventing Diabetes

  4. Preventing Stroke

  5. Starving Off Dementia

US National Library of Medicine

National Institute of Health

Have 2350 articles on green tea. Here is the conclusions from one study:

PGC-1? Expression Decreases in the Alzheimer Disease Brain as a Function of Dementia

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3052997/

EGCG, ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY TEA POLYPHENOLS AND THEIR SYNTHETIC ANALOGS AND PRODRUGS FOR HUMAN CANCER DETERRENCE AND TREATMENT

Conclusions

Tea polyphenols are powerful bioactive compounds that have anticarcinogenic activity.

They interfere with the initiation, advancement and progression of cancer by regulating critical procedures of cellular expansions, differentiations, apoptosis, angiogenesis and metastasis.

Although tea has actually been consumed for centuries, it has actually just lately been studied substantially as a health-promoting beverage that may act to avoid a many illness including cancer.

Numerous studies revealed that:

  • Tea polyphenols potently cause apoptotic cell death and cell-cycle arrest in lump cells but not in their normal cell counterparts.

  • GTP’s affect multiple organic paths.

This work is supported partly by research grants from:

  • The National Cancer Principle.

  • National Institutes of Health (to Q.P.D.; 1R01CA120009 AND 3R01CA120009-04S1).

  • The Regions of Quality Plan set up under the University Grants Committee of the Hong Kong Unique Administrative Region, China (to T.H.C.; Task No. AoE/P010/01).

With this information in mind, the Cancer Society won’t recommend green tea as a cancer treatment. It may not get rid of cancer but it can help. Don’t we need to just fill our lives with things that help deter illness rather than contribute?

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In Pain? Need Relief?

Have you been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia or suspect you have it?

Frustrated by unsuccessful treatments?

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RELIEVING BODY PAIN FROM
DISEASE NATURALLY!

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Learn how…..

  •   To relieve body pain from disease naturally.
  •   Natural and alternative treatments to relieve your pain without the toxic side effects of drugs.
  •   Visualization can keep your mind off your pain.
  •   To ease stress and stress-related problems.
  •   To renew your life so you can feel alive again.
  •   To find peace of mind.
  •   Water can relieve pain.
  •   To be your own detective to get to the root cause of your pain.
  •   To recognize contributing factors that could be causing more pain.
  •   Understanding illness so you can relieve, eliminate or start reversing it.
  •   To become aware of habits that might be causing you more pain.
  •   Replacing bad habits with good habits can eliminate pain and start reversing disease.
  •   Avoiding certain foods can eliminate pain, symptoms and reverse disease.
  •   Emotions can cause body pain.
  •   Attitudes can cause body pain.
  •   Beliefs can disable you.
  •   To find your “Happy Place”.

Helping you find pain relief!

This is only the beginning. This complimentary book is showing you how to deal with pain so you can prepare yourself for your healing journey.

I have so much to share with you on how to get on the winning side of Fibromyalgia.

I will share the steps I have endured to understanding “it”, the mysterious, misunderstood syndrome called Fibromyalgia that carries so much skepticism, stigma and disbelief.

I will share how I took charge of my own health and have come so much further towards feeling alive and finding pain relief.

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Jennifer Wells

 

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Welcome to Natural Pain Relief For Fibromyalgia

 

NATURAL PAIN REMEDY FOR FIBROMYALGIA

I found a natural pain killing formula for Fibromyalgia from Tony the herbalist.
Finally something that takes pain away and all from your kitchen. It isn’t going
to taste very good but the healing properties and no side effects make it worth
trying. You can make a choice of years of pain killers that cause liver and
stomach  problems.

This formula is for those with Fibromyalgia, restless leg, sore feet and body aches
and pains.

I wrote out Tony Pantalleresco recipe, it is all approximate and he said you can tweak
it to your taste:

1 tbsp cayenne pepper

1 tbsp Hungarian hot paprika

White of palmetto or lemon or grapefruit or oranges (bioflavinoids), he used dried palmetto

1 tsp turmeric

1/2 to 1 quart of distilled water (I use reverse osmosis)

Blend together, then add

About 1/2 fresh pineapple

****He cautions for those who are on blood thinners to not combine with with their warfarin or pills
but to take them 4 hours apart.

I am a long time lover of herbs and have used them for years. I am going to try this recipe to see if
it helps with my Fibromyalgia, sciatica and hip pain. I have read on many occasions that turmeric is very medicinal. It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for years.

If you don’t like drinking the drink I found a recipe that you can put on externally that will
help with pain. It is probably like those hot pepper creams that the doctor prescribes.

Pain

Mix:

1 tsp of turmeric

2 tsp of ginger with water to make a paste

Spread over a cloth, place on affected area and bandage.

You can also add 1 tsp of turmeric to 1 cup of warm milk and drink before bed.

Turmeric has all kinds of healing properties. It is an alternative, analgesic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-allergic, antioxicant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, appetizer, astringent, cardiovascular, carminative, cholagogue, digestive, diuretic, stimulant and vulnerary. Isn’t that incredible from one little herb?:

  •  Detoxifies the liver

  •  Balances cholesterol levels

  •  Fights allergies

  •  Stimulates digestion

  •  Boosts immunity

  •  Enhances the complexion

Many other uses and remedies, check it out!

http://www.turmeric.co.in/turmeric_ayurvedic_use.htm 

http://naturalpainreliefforfibromyalgia.com/natural-pain-relief

 

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