Natural is the way to go! These Supplements and Herbs for Fibromyalgia can relieve your pain.
Why do I recommend supplements and herbs for fibromyalgia?
In 2009 I was diagnosed with a condition called Ulcerative Colitis.
Like fibromyalgia the causes are unknown.
Like symptoms of fibromyalgia, it can be painful.
There is no cure for colitis, there is no cure for fibromyalgia.
It shook me!
I was young, physically active, not a care in the world.
Stuff happens I guess.
Anyway I tell you this because I was instantly prescribed two medications.
One was Lialda the other was Mercaptopurine.
I tried the Lialda and it did help. When my Doctor told me that Mercaptopurine would lower my immune system, I had to draw the line.
I still remember coming home and just staring at the pill bottle.
I Never took one.
Instead I cleaned up!
1.Cleaned up my Exercise (more intense)
2.Cleaned up my Diet (meats,poultry,fish and vegatables)
3.Cleaned up my Attitude (make something good out of bad),
And I began taking Omega 3 fish oil.
I stopped taking the Lialda and have not looked back.
It's been close to a year now without any flare up's, thank GOD!
I still have both pill bottles in my medicine cabinet, not for an emergency but for Inspiration!
I have no problem with anyone taking prescription medicine, if it helps.
Personally I like the natural route, although you still need to do your homework and be cautious about anything you are ingesting.
Most women I have talked to don't like the feeling they get from their fibromyalgia medication. Some of them complain of feeling fatigued after taking them.
Symptoms of fibromyalgia, such as Trigger Points or Sleep Disorders are among the worst for sufferers.
I know that many of you have probably tried all you could in attempts to stop the pain and find some rest. Although there is no cure for fibromyalgia, there are supplements and herbs for fibromyalgia you can take.
These are just some fibromyalgia supplements to consider.
If you are currently taking prescribed medicine for fibromyalgia, continue. If you want some alternative medicine for fibromyalgia, here are a few natural supplements and natural herbs for fibromyalgia.
Fibromyalgia Supplements, Minerals, and Herbs for Fibromyalgia.
If you are going to take vitamins, fibromyalgia supplements, or herbs for fibromyalgia, you need...............
Water, Some signs you may not be getting enough of this precious mineral:
chronic pains in the joints and muscles, lower back pain, headaches and constipation. Sound Familiar.
How much do you need? I hate to be rude but just look. If your urine is yellow, you need more water. Your urine should exit you body clear. Another simple way to measure how much you need is to divide your body weight by 2.
Example: you weigh 140 ponds divided by 2 equals 70 ounces of water per day. There is no better way to clean out all of the nasty stuff we take into our bodies.
I have been taking melatonin for about a year now. My best client recommended it to me and it has really helped me to begin the sleep process at night.
Melatonin gained it's popularity as a sleep promoting agent, and that's exactly what it is.
It is a hormone that directly affects the sleep cycle and has been widely useful in the treatment of insomnia. It is a fibromyalgia supplement that will induce rest
For women who suffer from fibromyalgia the absence of restful sleep will result in a lack of muscle endurance.
If you think you are alone, 70% to 90% of fibromyalgia sufferers are not sleeping enough, Hang in there, take a breather and......... relax.
5-HTP is another supplement found to have some positive effects on fibromyalgia.
Like Melatonin it is sold as a dietary supplement for uses as a natural antidepressant and sleep aid.
Anti-Inflammatories like Lyprinol and Glucosamine, have been studied and found to have anti-inflammatory effects on fibromyalgia pain and stiffness.
Some of the new fibromyalgia research is stating that fibromyalgia is a inflammatory disorder.
Magnesium is a mineral used to help the muscles relax.
Many women with symptoms of fibromyalgia, describe the pain from there fibromyalgia tender points/trigger points, as feeling like a charlie horse.
Calcium is a mineral that will help your muscles contract.
Many fibromyalgia sufferers have been shown to have a deficiency in both Magnesium and Calcium.
Antioxidants have come to the forefront of fibromyalgia research. There has been a link found in fibromyalgia pain associated with Antioxidant damage.
One popular antioxidant is Tumeric. An Indian spice that has been proven as a antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. It's been shown to have positive effects on the immune system and may relieve other symptoms of fibromyalgia like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (I.B.S.) and Arthritis.
Coconut Oil for fibromyalgia is gaining some popularity. It helps to reduce pain while increasing your energy. It is abundant in Lauric Acid which provides the building blocks which kill virus bacteria and fungi. Use Virgin oil.
L-Carnitine has been used by other fibromyalgia sufferers as a energy booster and for others who suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Coenzymeq 10 is another anti-oxidant used for muscle support and energy prior to engaging in any type of fibromyalgia exercise.
Omega 3 Fish oil has been around for some time. Omega 3's will drive down your cholesterol and strengthen your heart. It has also been used as a anti-inflammatory.
I started taking Omega 3 fish oil after I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis. I had decided that I didn't' want to live on medication. I am cautious to say they have cured me, but it sure feels like it.
St. John's Wort and Kava Kava have been used as natuarl antidepressants and shown to help anxiety, insomnia, and stress, all symptoms of fibromyalgia. These are two great herbs for fibromyalgia.
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Vitamin E and D are both being taken by other fibromyalgia sufferers for muscle pain and healthy bones.
A deficiency in either one is found to have negative effects if you symptoms of fibromyalgia.
Vitamin D is so natural that all you need to attract it is sunlight. A good 15-25 minutes a day under the sun should do the trick.
Everything listed are all natural fibromyalgia supplements that you should look into before purchasing.
If you are using any prescribed medication please ask your pharmacist if it is o.k. to take any vitamins, supplements or herbs for fibromyalgia. Some combination's of supplements and medication should not be mixed.
These are just some of the many things other fibromyalgia sufferers have added to there to diets to cope with fibromyalgia.
Supplements and herbs for fibromyalgia may not exactly be a fibromyalgia cure, but they will move you in the right direction.
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