Experts Provide The Do-It-Yourself Pain Relief Remedies For Fibromyalgia Patients
(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 27, 2015 ) Orlando, FL -- Fibromyalgia patients suffer from symptoms such as chronic muscle pain, decreased energy, fatigue, insomnia and stiffness. However, the good news is that there are some remedies available for them.
Experts provide the do-it-yourself pain relief remedies for fibromyalgia patients. There are millions of individuals who are suffering from the condition. Years ago, patients and even doctors found the condition puzzling.
Leslie J. Crofford, M.D., chief of rheumatology at the University of Kentucky Hospital, stated that patients will be able to get information, diagnosis and appropriate treatment. According to new research, individuals who are suffering from fibromyalgia can make use of arthritis pain relief treatments.
According to The Arthritis Foundation, the prescriptions from doctors often target the hypersensitivity, which is usually triggered by the transmission of pain messages throughout the spinal cord and brain. Individuals who suffer from fibromyalgia can benefit from practicing regular exercise, having a massage or acupuncture and learning from the experience of other patients.
Dr. Crofford stated that starting low and going slow is one of the most important things that patients can do, in terms of increasing physical activity. It is believed that strength-training programs can significantly help improve strength and decrease pain.
According to the researchers at Florida State University, there can be an increase in the upper and lower body strength by 63 percent and 49 percent, respectively. Dr. Crofford also added that through exercise, fibromyalgia patients can experience a reduction in fatigue and increase in confidence.
"The Arthritis Foundation has partly funded a study that found fibromyalgia patients experienced improved physical function through an exercise program that involved strength training, stretching and walking," said VitaBreeze Supplements spokesperson, Michelle O'Sullivan.
Daniel Clauw, M.D., University of Michigan's rheumatologist and professor, believes that validating the symptoms of patients is the key component of treatment programs. Women who suffered from fibromyalgia and who participated in The Arthritis Foundation's Fibromyalgia Self-Help Course experienced more improvement in their physical function.
The researchers at the Mayo Clinic also believe that acupuncture is extremely helpful for fibromyalgia pain relief. In a study, it was found that subjects who received acupuncture treatments experienced improvements in fatigue and anxiety. Massage, on the other hand, is believed to be effective in helping fibromyalgia patients with their chronic pain management.
There are actually several ways to help arthritis sufferers improve their overall health condition. Experts suggest that they make some dietary and lifestyle changes and this means choosing healthy foods over the unhealthy ones and practicing regular exercise.
Using a natural alternative such as curcumin supplements is also considered to be a great pain management option. This remedy is believed to have very powerful anti-inflammatory substances that can significantly help reduce pain and improve the overall quality of life of individuals with arthritis (http://www.amazon.com/Turmeric-Curcumin-Complex-BioPerine-Bio-availability/dp/B00JA4TLTI).
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