In his article in The Oprah Magazine titled 4 Treatments for Fibromyalgia, Dr. Oz cited the Western Medicine, Energy-based, Psychological and Nutritional approach in the treatment of fibromyalgia pain.
Pain is a sign that there is something wrong with the body. Always see our primary physican first before resorting to any form of alternative medicine.
Energy practices like Yoga,
Quigong, Tai Chi and Reiki
benefits all fibromyalgia
I am glad I found Reiki.
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I had back pains, migraine headaches, brain fog, fatigue, sleep apnea, irritable bowel, listless legs and arthritis. No one at home believed my aches and pains. My doctor gave me narcotics but the pain relief was always temporary. Turning my head around to check for on coming traffic was painfully difficult so driving was a gamble. Using the washroom was a chore. Depression was a constant companion and sleep offered little respite. I thought it was all part of growing old. It never occured to me that these were all symptoms of a condition called fibromyalgia.
Fortunately we have the internet and there is a wealth of information regarding Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia. I was not alone. There are many like me who are looking for a magic pill or cure. Like them I tried many things just to feel better. A holistic approach in fibromyalgia pain management works for me.
Fibromyalgia detoxification or elimination of toxins is a slow and unending process. We need all the spiritual aid and mental fortitude that we can muster to get us through each day with fibromyalgia.
There is still no cure but the chronic pain condition can be managed for healthy living.
We exist in many levels of reality. A Russian nesting doll is a good analogy. Three levels that we can relate to are our physical, mental and spiritual levels. When we get sick we need to address these different parts of ourselves to be whole again.
Getting enough sleep
breaks the fatigue cycle.
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Cultivate a healthy mind.
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