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Is there a cure for Fibromyalgia?
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they don't know what causes it without a cause, there can be no cure.
Sadly the answer is no, at least at this point in time. Although there are medications that are supposed to help reduce the pain. Fibro's pain comes from the fact that the nerves in your muscles are extremely active and are constantly firing. This causes pain. The medications that are out there such as lyrics try and suppress those firings. I have heard that it does work however for some people, the side effects just cause them to become sick and dont help them. Someday in the future we may be able to cure it but not quite yet.
My mother has Fibromyalgia, it is a constant battle everyday.. There are no certain cures for this illness however there are many ways to help reduce the pain and flare-ups.. You basically have to adjust your lifesyle.. Going for regular massages, excersizing, (biking, swimming and walking) cutting down on coffee. biofeedback, hypnosis, chriropractor, acupuncture, rest, elimination of stress can help reduce the pain. Hopefully one day we can find a cure!
Fibromyalgia is an autoimmune disease in which the body attacks its own soft tissues. You can greatly reduce the pain and damage of Fibromyalgia by doing QiGong and by using some therapeutic grade essential oils and nutritional supplements. The combination of QiGong and using an oil blend called ImmuPower will balance your immune system and stop your body's attack on itself. Drink NingXia Red to supply your body with high quality antioxidants, take JuvaTone to detox your liver and and Sulfurzyme as a source of organic sulfur. All these measures should greatly reduce the effects of Fibromyalgia. Contact me if you need more information.


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