Fibro Pain, Chiropractic Medicine And Irritating Needles
For many fibromyalgia sufferers, it can be difficult to even know if you have the disease as the symptoms for fibromyalgia can be common in a number of other side diseases as well. Some people don’t want to know yet it is always recommended to get the knowledge so that you can better fight the condition and fight it off effectively. Here are a couple of the questions you should ask yourself if you think you might have fibromyalgia:
? Do I have joint pain lasting for more than 60 days without relief in the same spot?
? Do experience a number of other symptoms like depression or anxiety before the joint pain occurs?
? Am I fatigued after the joint pain has dissipated?
By answering yes to these questions, you can have a better idea of your situation and you might want to check with your primary care physician to get a list of fibromyalgia treatment options as they are the only way to stop the condition.
Stimulating Your Pain Points
Acupuncture as a therapy originated as traditional Chinese medicine. Acupuncture is based on the premise that there are patents of energy that flow through the body are and essential to total body health. Acupuncture uses stimulation of specific acu-points on the skin by inserting needles that range in length. A typical treatment involves the use of 5 to 15 needles and the generally the acu-points vary during each treatment session. Acupuncture aims to treat the particular symptoms that are unique to each Fibromyalgia sufferer. Individual treatment is vital for achieving relief as each person deals with and experiences differing Fibromyalgia symptoms. Studies have proven that in fact acupuncture can be beneficial to providing relief in Fibromyalgia sufferers especially in regards to pain and relaxation which aids in lessening fatigue. Many individuals who have used Fibromyalgia as a course of treatment for Fibromyalgia symptoms reported having an overall decrease in pain after only one session, and most reported an ability to fall asleep naturally and sleep deeper and longer on the nights that followed an acupuncture session. Other areas which acupuncture can be of benefit to Fibromyalgia Sufferers are by:
« Lessens Pain
« Lessens Fatigue
« Increasing Energy Levels
« Increases Relaxation
« Aids in Immunity (Better overall Health)
« Very Low Risk
« No Drug Interactions
Feeling The Pain All Over
Fibromyalgia and pain are often simultaneous and the fibromyalgia patient struggles on a daily basis with symptoms like: muscle spasms, muscle weakness, nerve pain, twitching and even occasional palpations along. The frustrating part about fibromyalgia is that the symptoms are only one painful aspect of this condition. Fibromyalgia comes with other life complications that have been known to leave serious and even permanent effects on the body. The painful sensations mentioned are felt in areas of the body where soft tissue exists and soft tissues exist in eighteen different places on the body. If you were to stop for a moment and consider just how many areas of the body are surrounded by soft tissue than the realization of just how painful and uncomfortable fibromyalgia is might sink in a little more. The following is only a few of the places where soft tissue predominates and where fibromyalgia pain could be felt.
vii. Rib Cage
Care For Your Fibromyalgia Chiropractically
Chiropractic care regularly falls within the category of alternative treatment; however it is becoming much more accepted by both the mainstream medical community as well as an acceptable form of Fibromyalgia treatment. The main determination behind the concept of chiropractic care is to aid in lessening symptoms of pain and other issues by correcting any imbalances in the skeletal configuration. The forms of adjustment of the skeletal structure are made through techniques such as stretches, adjustments, as well as manipulations where the imbalance can be restored and results in lessening of symptoms. Chiropractic care as used for Fibromyalgia treatment has become increasingly more popular because of the ability for chiropractic care to benefit the Fibromyalgia sufferer and offer pain and stress relief that is so often related to Fibromyalgia. Many Fibromyalgia sufferers suffer from ongoing backaches, foot pain, or leg cramps, and chiropractic care can aid in lessening those symptoms.