Is There A Cure For Fibromyalgia?
The topic of curing Fibromyalgai is one that is extremely interesting to physicians, scientist, and of course the patients who suffer daily from the condition of Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgai is a condition which affects nearly every part of the body with symptoms of pain and fatigue. The condition of Fibromyalgai can become so overwhelming at times that individuals who have been diagnosed with the condition can’t even complete the simplest of tasks or responsibilities that occur in a normal day.
Fibromyalgai isn’t a new condition. In fact research shows it has been around for centuries, only the term Fibromyalgia wasn’t given until the early 1980’s. However, Fibromyalgai was described as far back as Babylonian times and famous people such as Florence Nightingale, Charles Darwin, and Frida Kahlo have all had symptoms that are now thought to be what is called Fibromyalgai. There has been tremendous controversy over the condition of Fibromyalgia throughout the years; however it is notable to state that Fibromyalgai has been deemed an actual medical condition with real symptoms. It is not a condition which is psychologically related, while there is still much research to be done on the actual causes and factors related to Fibromyalgai it is a real medical condition which in turn needs to be treated.
The symptoms of Fibromyalgai are most often chronic musculoskeletal pain and extreme fatigue. For the individuals who deal with these (and additional) symptoms it can be extremely disappointing to find out that there is no cure for Fibromyalgai, however the good news is that there are options for treating Fibromyalgai in order to reduce the symptoms and occurrences of Fibromyalgai flare ups. While most symptoms include chronic pain and fatigue other symptoms can include insomnia, restless leg syndrome, and dizziness, nausea, ringing in the ears, as well as vision problems, concentration and memory problems, headaches and migraines, as well as joint stiffness and muscle tension. Depression and anxiety are also common symptoms among Fibromyalgai sufferers.
Treating Fibromyalgai involves daily management techniques that will provide the most relief to each individual Fibromyalgai sufferer. There is no one size fits all approach to Fibromyalgai treatment, merely many different options that can be utilized to provide relief on an individual basis. If one treatment option doesn’t provide relief, then the Fibromyalgai sufferer should move on to the next option until they find the treatment plan that allows their symptoms to be decreased the most. Some of the most common treatment options utilized for Fibromyalgai treatment include the following:
- Injection Therapy – one version includes the use of Trigger point injection therapy which can help to lessen the pain of tight, ropy bands of muscles which are located in trigger point areas in order to help alleviate the pain and help these areas to relax. There are two different types of injection therapy, either manual palpitation injection or EMG-guided injection.
- Magnetic Therapy – this can be a very effective form of therapy for those who suffer from Fibromyalgai. Magnetic therapy uses magnets to treat various diseases and relieve pain, including that caused by Fibromyalgai. For Fibromyalgai patients, magnetic therapy can help to reduce stress, relive pain, improve circulation and also help to reverse any degenerative processes that may have been caused by the Fibromyalgai.
- Lifestyle Changes – the use of lifestyle changes for the treatment of Fibromyalgai involves particular attention to diet and nutrition, exercise routines, as well as stress reduction techniques and even smoking cessation, which become adaptations to reducing the symptoms of Fibromyalgai.
- Therapies – such as acupuncture, massage therapy, biofeedback and chiropractic care as well as relaxation techniques such as Yoga and Tia Chi are all therapy options to help reduce the symptoms of Fibromyalgai in those who suffer from them.
- Prescription Drugs – Some of the prescription drugs which are used to treat Fibromyalgai include Anti-Inflammatory drugs, Analgesics, Anticonvulsants, Antidepressants, as well as medications to treat fatigue or to work as muscle relaxants.
- Supplements – are an excellent alternative to prescription drugs because they do not cause side effects and they are not habit forming. Some of the supplements commonly used to treat Fibromyalgai include the use of Vitamin D, SAMe, Fish Oil, B-Complex Vitamins, Magnesium, Brown Seaweed Extract, and even 5-Hydroxytryptophan.