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Fibromyalgia Pain Relief-Easing the Pain


Looking for fibromyalgia pain relief? Let’s first learn a little more about this disorder. Years ago, doctors did not know how to diagnose people with fibromyalgia. Doctors had to rule out a multitude of other diseases before determining if the patient had fibromyalgia. It was a process of elimination. They did not know if it was the fatigue that caused the disease, or the disease that caused the fatigue. There were many unanswered questions back then, and most people did not know they had fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes pain within the musculoskeletal system and fatigue. There are some tests nowadays to help determine if it is fibromyalgia, such as a physical exam or a blood test. However, these tests are not completely accurate.


Fibromyalgia pain is caused by a shortening, or tightening of the muscles.”—Jacob Teitelbaum, MD.


There are many symptoms of fibromyalgia. Some of them include pain surging throughout your body, fatigue, or even cognitive difficulties. This disease affects many areas of the body that may cause one to feel weakness, memory issues, and even mood changes throughout the day. There are many people who suffer from this horrid disease, and it happens more often in women than in men. Unfortunately, Fibromyalgia is incurable, but with the proper treatment, it can help ease the pain.


While there are many medications to take for this disease, no one wants to be bogged down with all those prescription drugs. They are unnatural. People who suffer from fibromyalgia tend to not get a lot of sleep because they are in so much pain all the time. While the pain killers and muscle relaxers help the pain and sleeping, you don’t necessarily need to be on them. I interviewed my mother, who has been living with fibromyalgia for 15 years, to get more insight on this disease. She told me, “The key is relaxation. Just by doing ten minutes of yoga and having that pure moment to feel calm and relaxed is a major part that helps me with sleeping.” This intrigued me. I could not figure out why doctors would prescribe so many medications if all you needed to do was relax. Then I read about Jacob Teitelbaum’s new protocol.


Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, is an expert on Fibromyalgia and the pain it causes. Not only has he studied it for years, he has also lived through the disease himself. He is the author of six bestselling books, the director of the Practitioners Alliance, and the lead author of four studies on effective treatment for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. After years of dedication to researching this disease, Dr. Teitelbaum has developed a new and effective way to treat fibromyalgia. He calls it S.H.I.N.E. Each of the letters stand for a different step in the treatment. The protocol includes, sleep, hormones, infections, nutrition, and exercise. The S.H.I.N.E protocol has been peer reviewed and 90% of the subjects produce a 91% improvement in quality of life. The muscles that shorten and tighten up “respond to restful sleep, focused nutrition, and restoring healthy functioning of the hypothalamus.” – Jacob Teitelbaum, MD.


Fibromyalgia is a very common disease. There are millions of people suffering from this disease all over the U.S. This is because it is misdiagnosed and misunderstood. Dealing with fibromyalgia pain is very difficult, and the prescriptions seem to make it easier. But try adding a more natural treatment to the mix. Exercise daily, eat healthier meals and get quality sleep. While there is no cure to fibromyalgia, following these simple steps can help decrease the amount of pain.

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