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Welcome to Natural Pain Relief For Fibromyalgia

 

Chronic Pain Relief

There is so much advice out there about chronic pain but what really works?

Sufferers are so mislead by the media because there is such a big profit opportunity from people who are desperate to end their pain.

– Drug companies advertise on tv that their pill is the secret to living a great life as they list off their side effects that take up half the commercial time.

– Tylenol companies advertise that their pain pills “get you back to normal”.

Is that what the world has come to? We are normal if we are drugged up on prescription medications and pain meds?

We are so desperate to find relief we try this and that only to find that it isn’t
really working.

We have to put up with side effects such as:

– weight gain, head aches, stomach pain, swelling, constipation, diarrhea, decreased sexual desire or ability, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, increased sweating, loss of appetite, increased appetite, sore throat, tiredness, trouble sleeping, vomiting, weakness.

Then there are the more severe symptoms of:

– severe allergic reactions such as  rash, hives, itching, difficulty breathing,
tightness in the chest, swelling of the mouth, face, lips or tongue, unusual
hoarseness, bizarre behaviour, bloody or black tarry stools, blurred vision,
confusion, dark urine, decreased concentration, decreased coordination,
fainting, fast or irregular heartbeat, fever or chills, hallucinations, memory
loss, mouth sores or ulcers, new or worsening mental or mood changes eg.
aggressiveness, agitation, anxiety, depression, hostility, impulsiveness,
irritability, panic attacks, restlessness, pale stools, red swollen, blistered
or peeling skin, ringing in the ears, seizures, severe or persistent dizziness
or headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, tiredness, weakness, trouble sleeping, sluggishness, stiff muscles, stomach pain, suicidal thoughts or attempts, tremors, trouble urinating, unusual bruising or bleeding, unusual weakness, vomitting that looks like coffee grounds, yellowing of the skin or eyes.

Then we have the unfortunate who experience

– heart attacks, strokes, kidney damage, liver damage, successful suicides, anaphylaxis shock and even death.

That is quite a list isn’t it? And all from these drugs that are going to help with your pain and change your life as you know it. Helping you with your pain. That list came mostly from the Cymbalta side effects list, one of the drugs of choice for Fibromyalgia.

I looked to the medical system for years and I experienced a long list of the above and a near death situation. If I didn’t have such a big will to live I wouldn’t be here. Well believe me, if you keep taking pills year after year you WILL develop stomach problems along with a wide array of new symptoms. It seems like you keep adding illnesses to your list of conditions and they keep adding pills for the symptoms which mostly come from the pills. It is like a domino effect that keeps you falling the wrong way, into a chronic pain syndrome instead of out of pain, you become weakened and more dependant on everyone.

There is another way and I am finding my way out of the deep dark hole of our current medical system that didn’t work for me. It was weakening my body to a point that I didn’t find much reason for living. Nothing worked, pills had me to a point that I couldn’t eat anything because it caused so much internal pain, I couldn’t sleep, I couldn’t wake up, I was in a permanent brain fog and on and on. There was only one way to describe it, MISERY. I went for help and ended up getting more symptoms, more pain, more disbelief from sceptic doctors, more frustration and a lot of pills.

Now today is different. I am still in pain but I have learned how to deal with my it on such a positive level. My stomach is so much better, I have less symptoms, I can sleep better, the brain fog is gone, I know my triggers, I know how to deal with each symptom, I know when and what contributes to my pain and I feel alive instead of near death. That alone is worth it’s weight and gold. Before I dreaded living the rest of my life in the state I was in, now I feel there is a light and I am looking forward to being pain free one day. I look forward to having grandchildren one day and being able to be with them instead of them sitting in my wheelchair with me or lying in my death bed.

If you want to learn to live your life with your pain opposed to suffering your life away with pain, I invite you to sign up for my newsletter and follow my path to wellness. I want to help you help yourself out of a very hard life of the
chronic pain cycle. The answer isn’t in a pill bottle but in a wide array of
solutions. I can help!

Please read some of my articles that might help you and browse around the website. There is lots of information that will hopefully help you understand where some of your pain might be coming from.


http://naturalpainreliefforfibromyalgia.com/category/medicine


http://naturalpainreliefforfibromyalgia.com/category/fibromyalgia-info


http://naturalpainreliefforfibromyalgia.com/category/what-the-heck-is-in-our-food


http://naturalpainreliefforfibromyalgia.com/category/dangerous-foods


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Welcome to Natural Pain Relief For Fibromyalgia


Fibromyalgia Suicides –
Could There Be a Link to Antidepressants Like Cymbalta and Lyrica?


Fibromyalgia Suicides


What a complicated and frustrating condition Fibromyalgia can be,  getting
diagnosed. There is so much constant, severe, unexplained pain with Fibro, it is
sometimes even hard for the sufferer to believe that someone could possibly be
in that much pain and  fatigue without a reason why.


It can be met with doubt and scepticism from doctors who believe it is in the
patients head which can be quite defeating for a patient who is seriously
suffering. 


The mystery of Fibro can cause a lot of emotional turmoil in a patients life.
The unknown is hard to deal with. When you don’t know what is causing your pain,
you can’t fix it which leads to a lot of frustration, you lose all hope.


There are multiple symptoms, fatigue, pain all over, muscle pain, tender points,
sleep difficulties, brain fog, digestive disorders to name a few. It is
miserable.


The list of symptoms seems to grow as we gain more awareness of Fibromyalgia.
When you experience the same symptoms and your life is disappearing as the years
go by. Nothing you have tried has made any difference in your condition and you
have no answers, it starts to play on your soul. 


This is why it is so important to have a good support system, someone who
understands and believes you are having pain. This type of support could be very
helpful for those who feel suicidal.


You have to believe that you will get through this, that there is a way to gain
your strength back and reduce some of the pain and discomfort. They are finding
more answers everyday.


Don’t go it alone, we all need help sometimes. Make sure you seek out the right
kind. You don’t want to find a group of depressed people to get you out of your
depression.


Finding a support group, a friend, a  family member, a therapist, an
inspirational group, dr, naturopath dr, homeopathic dr or a church can be a good
place to look for support. Whatever works within your beliefs. Watch a comedy
every night if that is what it takes. Remember, it is only temporary, whatever
it is, it will pass and you will get through it, actually, you did get through
it, you are here and you are alive.


I am wondering if Fibromyalgia
suicides could be linked to the use of antidepressants.
 Check
out these videos before you decide to use antidepressants drugs like Prozac.


I also checked the ask
a patient website and they are reporting feeling suicidal thoughts from Cymbalta.
 See
for yourself. Lyrica
users are reporting brain fog and suicidical thoughts
. Is the brain fog
from the medications? Mine seems to have cleared up since I went off all the
drugs. My mind is clearer now and I don’t feel like a walking zombie anymore
either.



http://www.askapatient.com/viewrating.asp?drug=21427&name=CYMBALTA
 



http://www.askapatient.com/viewrating.asp?drug=21723&name=LYRICA




I am here to help you feel better and hopefully avoid some unnecessary heartache
and pain.


Feel free to leave a comment or an experience you


have had with Cymbalta or Lyrica. The more we talk


and share, the more people we can help. 



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Living inside a body that has chronic pain can be overwhelmingly devastating some days. I can totally understand how some people who cannot tolerate pain well could resort to suicide. I have an extremely high pain tolerance but some days it takes over the soul and you just feel like giving in.

You know what helps me? I feel sorry for myself, then I cry and then I get up, shake the dust off and get back on the horse. I listen to my favorite songs EXTREMELY LOUD! I dance my butt off and feel the music inside my soul and I forget the whole world for a few moments. So whether you are a rock and roller, a country dude or classical, why don’t you give it a try? You are in pain anyways right? What have you got to lose?

You know the saying “dance like no one is watching”.  Give it a try who cares if you don’t have the beat, no one can see. It always releases endorphins for me and makes me happy. It is sometimes the only way I can warm myself up too, my thyroid is sluggish. So anyone who has thyroid issues and gets really cold, this works great for that as well.

I think the secret to living with chronic pain is to keep your mind off the pain as much and as often as you can.

Find your triggers and abide by them. Keep a distant memory of how bad the pain can get and be determined that you will not let yourself get that way again. If a certain activity causes you extreme pain, don’t do it anymore or find a different way to do it that won’t cause pain.

Find what works and stick to it!

Find someone who can be support for you. I don’t mean just any support but someone who can lift you up and help you put a smile back on your face! Negativity can make things worse for you, try to avoid it at all costs.

Keep on truckin’! Write all your problems in this blog if it helps, it’s all yours. What ever works, keep it up. What ever makes it worse, avoid!

I have lots of article, check out the website. I have been behind in my blogging because I have had to catch up on inside and outside work and that means more back and neck pain for me. I promise to catch up on all the topic my commenters have asked for.

 

Citizens Commission on Human Rights International has labelled Psychiatry as labeling kids with bogus mental disorders. Please watch this video and read the article below. I added the side effects and mortality rate information of psychiatric drugs:

http://naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=79F04FDDB029F7E5DF59E508D1281DE0

http://www.cchrint.org/

The “experts” warned that the fifth version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), scheduled for publication in 2013, “could mean that soon no-one will be classed as normal. . . . [M]any people previously seen as perfectly healthy could in future be told they are ill.”

This is not news. More than 200 hundred years ago Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832) warned: “I believe that in the end humanitarianism will triumph, but I fear that, at the same time, the world will become a big hospital, each person acting as the other’s humane nurse.”

http://www.cchrint.org/2011/03/29/the-illegitimacy-of-the-%E2%80%9Cpsychiatric-bible%E2%80%9D-by-thomas-szasz-professor-of-psychiatry/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Here is a link to side effects from drugs used to treat psychiatry. Here are a few from a search I did for Canada:

Self-Harm, Suicide Risk/Suicide Attempts/Suicide

Mortality Risk Increased

Heart Problems, Cardiac Events

Skin Problems/Reactions, Hypersensitivity Reactions, Multi-Organ Sensitivity

Dependence, Addiction, Medication Abuse, Hallucinations, Delusional Thinking, Sensory Disturbances, Confusion, Cognitive Impairment, Dizziness, Amnesia, Memory Loss, Depression

Mortality Risk Increased

Birth Defects

Death/Sudden Death, Agitation, Irritability, Heart Problems, Cardiac Events, Stroke, Cerebrovascular Events, Hallucinations, Delusional Thinking, Sensory Disturbances

Death/Sudden Death, Blood Pressure Changes, Heart Problems, Cardiac Events, Stroke, Cerebrovascular Events

Here is the:

International Warning and Studies on Psychiatric Drug Search Engine

Please check it out before you take any psychiatric drug or if you are considering giving your children these drugs:

http://www.cchrint.org/psychdrugdangers/drug_warnings.php

Here is a handy search engine with the side effects reported to the US FDA for psychiatric drugs:

http://www.cchrint.org/psychdrugdangers/medwatch_psych_drug_adverse_reactions.php

Some recent news:

British doctors illegally prescribe

ADHD drugs to children as young as

four

Friday, April 01, 2011 by: Jonathan Benson, staff writer

http://www.cchrint.org/

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Welcome to Natural Pain Relief For Fibromyalgia

 

I did a search on Lysol after I saw the commercial saying it was recommended by pediatricians. My mother was big on spraying Lysol and she died of breast cancer so it really spiked my curiosity. My father had prostrate cancer and I had cervical cancer at the age of 20 so I am looking for any clue or link. I have discovered a link on Endometriosis/Dioxins/Cancer, see:

http://naturalpainreliefforfibromyalgia.com/188

I am a survivor, my Father beat his prostrate cancer but my Mother died of Breast Cancer. Just to encourage you, you can beat it. One thing that might be of help, my Father and I don’t sit too long, we are always on our feet. My Dad suffered from heart disease so it was hard for him to breath when he walked but it didn’t stop him. I have joint, organ and muscle pain so it is painful for me to keep going but I do. My Mother was quite crippled with her arthritis and what I believe she also had undiagnosed Endometriosis and Fibromyalgia herself but she was told for years it was in her head so she gave up on Doctors. The lesson I learned from my parents early deaths is no matter how painful, I will not give up because once you get down, it is hard to get back up and you might not! Don’t let cancer eat you up like it did my Mother. It is too painful to get up, see a chiropractor, osteopath, acupuncture, massage therapist or physical therapist to help you relieve the pain enough so you can get moving. We weren’t meant to sit, we will stagnate to our death and pain pills only lead to more complications. See:

http://naturalpainreliefforfibromyalgia.com/484

 

LYSOL Ingredient: 
CARBON DIOXIDE Ingredient Sequence Number: 01 Percent: 4.0% 
ETHYL ALCOHOL (ETHANOL) 79% Ingredient: 
ETHYL ALCOHOL

(ETHANOL) Ingredient Sequence Number: 02 Percent: 79%

2-PHENYLPHENOL (SARA III) Ingredient Sequence Number: 03  Percent: .1%

Go to this website:
http://www.herc.org/library/msds/lysolspray.htm
and click on the blue highlighted area for ethyl alcohol and 2-phenylphenol and read the side effects. It is harmful to humans.  It is something that goes in windshield washing
fluid, anti-freeze, rubber as well as cosmetics and preservatives in food. Ewww! There is a long list of side effects too.


I went to another website to find information on the ingredients and here is what they had to say about Lysol’s ingredients. My point here is to show how we can become ill without even realizing we are intoxicating ourselves. We are counting on the government, the FDA, the medical establishment to be protecting us. After all isn’t’ that why they are getting paid so well?

Researching Ethanol:

Here are some interactions you should know from: http://kroger.staywellsolutionsonline.com/RelatedItems/26,233

 

What drug(s) may interact with ethanol?

 

    • amprenavir

 

  • barbiturate medicines for inducing sleep or treating seizures
    (convulsions)
  • cefamandole
  • cefoperazone
  • cefotetan
  • disulfiram
  • glutethimide
  • medicines for anxiety or sleeping problems, such as diazepam or
    temazepam
  • medicines for diabetes
  • medicines for hay fever and other allergies
  • medicines for high blood pressure
  • medicines for mental depression
  • medicines for mental problems and psychotic disturbances
  • medicines for pain
  • medicines for Parkinson’s disease
  • medicines for stomach ulcers
  • metronidazole
  • phenytoin
  • warfarin

 

http://sideeffects101.com/drug-side-effects/ethanol-completed-suicide.htm

Ethanol Side Effects Report 5163783-1

Ethanol side effect was reported by a Physician from UNITED STATES on Nov 09,
2006. Female patient, 66 years of age, was diagnosed with suicide attempt and
was treated with Ethanol. After drug was administered, patient experienced the
following side effects: completed suicide.
Ethanol dosage: unknown. During the same period patient was treated with
ACETAMINOPHEN. Patient died. 

Ethanol Side Effects Report 5163783-1

Ethanol side effect was reported by a Physician from UNITED STATES on Nov 09,
2006. Female patient, 66 years of age, was diagnosed with suicide attempt and
was treated with Ethanol. After drug was administered, patient experienced the
following side effects: completed suicide.
Ethanol dosage: unknown. During the same period patient was treated with
ACETAMINOPHEN. Patient died.

Ethanol Side Effects Report 5163780-6

Ethanol side effect was reported by a Physician from UNITED STATES on Nov 09,
2006. Female patient, 53 years of age, was diagnosed with suicide attempt and
was treated with Ethanol. After drug was administered, patient experienced the
following side effects: completed suicide.
Ethanol dosage: unknown. During the same period patient was treated with
ACETAMINOPHEN, Cocaine. Patient died.

Ethanol Side Effects Report 5163784-3

Ethanol side effect was reported by a Physician from UNITED STATES on Nov 09,
2006. Female patient, 51 years of age, was diagnosed with suicide attempt and
was treated with Ethanol. After drug was administered, patient experienced the
following side effects: completed suicide.
Ethanol dosage: unknown. During the same period patient was treated with ACETAMINOPHEN.
Patient died.

Ethanol Side Effects Report 5600975-9

Ethanol side effect was reported by a Physician from UNITED STATES on Jan 04,
2008. Female patient, 49 years of age, was diagnosed with suicide attempt and
was treated with Ethanol. After drug was administered, patient experienced the
following side effects: completed
suicide. Ethanol dosage: unknown. During the same period patient was treated
with
HYDROCODONE BITARTRATE, BENZODIAZEPINE DERIVATIVES
.
Patient died. 

Ethanol Side Effects Report 5163782-X

Ethanol side effect was reported by a Physician from UNITED STATES on Nov 09,
2006. Female patient, 46 years of age, was diagnosed with suicide attempt and
was treated with Ethanol. After drug was administered, patient experienced the
following side effects: completed suicide.
Ethanol dosage: unknown. During the same period patient was treated with
Acetaminophen. Patient died. 

Ethanol Side Effects Report 5600974-7

Ethanol side effect was reported by a Physician from UNITED STATES on Jan 04,
2008. Male patient, 34 years of age, was diagnosed with suicide attempt and was
treated with Ethanol. After drug was administered, patient experienced the
following side effects: blood pressure
increased, cardiac arrest, completed
suicide. Ethanol dosage: unknown. During the same period patient was
treated with AMPHETAMINE SULPHATE, BUPROPION,
ACETAMNOPHEN W, BENZODIAZEPINE DERIVATIVES. Patient died. 

Ethanol Side Effects Report 5163785-5

Ethanol side effect was reported by a Physician from UNITED STATES on Nov 09,
2006. Female patient, 26 years of age, was diagnosed with suicide attempt and
was treated with Ethanol. After drug was administered, patient experienced the
following side effects:completed suicide.
Ethanol dosage: unknown. During the same period patient was treated with ACETAMINOPHEN,
ETHYLENE GLYCOL. Patient died. 

Ethanol Side Effects Report 5163781-8

Ethanol side effect was reported by a Physician from UNITED STATES on Nov 09,
2006. Female patient was diagnosed with suicide attempt and was treated with
Ethanol. After drug was administered, patient experienced the following side
effects: completed suicide. Ethanol
dosage: unknown. During the same period patient was treated with
ACETAMINOPHEN. Patient died. 

 

 

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