The Causes of Fibromyalgia are very complicated and unclear, it used to be incurable and unbearable!

Research shows that fibromyalgia may be associated with widespread inflammation and chronic infection, which triggers an extensive immune reaction and can cause the human body to produce antibodies to attack its own cells located in the muscles, ligaments, nerve system, even organs. These are reasons why fibromyalgia patients develop symptoms, not only of pain in the muscles and joints but also anxiety, depression, insomnia, palpitation, and digestive disorders. 

In the meantime, many people with autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn’s Disease,  tend to develop fibromyalgia symptoms.

Diabetes patients also develop fibromyalgia because the high concentration of blood sugar is damaging the lining of blood vessels, nerves, soft tissue, and organs, similar to massive inflammation all over the body, and nerves become sensitized or neuropathy results.

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The Causes of Fibromyalgia are very complicated and unclear, it used to be incurable and unbearable!

Research shows that fibromyalgia may be associated with widespread inflammation and chronic infection, which triggers an extensive immune reaction and can cause the human body to produce antibodies to attack its own cells located in the muscles, ligaments, nerve system, even organs. These are reasons why fibromyalgia patients develop symptoms, not only of pain in the muscles and joints but also anxiety, depression, insomnia, palpitation, and digestive disorders. 

In the meantime, many people with autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn’s Disease,  tend to develop fibromyalgia symptoms.

Diabetes patients also develop fibromyalgia because the high concentration of blood sugar is damaging the lining of blood vessels, nerves, soft tissue, and organs, similar to massive inflammation all over the body, and nerves become sensitized or neuropathy results.

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The Quadra combo symptoms of chronic fatigue, chronic pain, insomnia, and depression are depriving patients’ way of life. 

There are about 3 million Americans who are suffering from fibromyalgia. “Fibro” Means “fiber”, “myo” means “muscle”, and “algia” means “pain”. Its official term was established in 1990. The patient’s body becomes very inflamed, which means the body is chronically on low-grade fire, so the energy is burnt out, the nerve is on fire, the brain is restless and depression is very common.

Causes for Fibromyalgia (inflammation, Toxin and Hormone)

✅ Autoimmune disease
✅ Diabetes
✅ Infections
✅ Other disease (kidney disease, liver disease, connective tissue disorders and hypothyroidism)
✅ Alcoholism
✅ Exposure to poisons
✅ Medications (Chemoteraphy)
✅ Trauma or pressure on the nerve
✅ Vitamin deficiencies (B-1, B-6 and B-12 — vitamin E and niacin)

The conventional medical treatments for fibromyalgia are comprehensive, but the challenging part is that those medications are often creating many unwanted side effects. You might be quite familiar with the following medications or have tried several of them.

The good news is with weMED’s Holistic Wellness Program, almost all of our fibromyalgia patients’ symptoms and inflammation are reduced, mood, sleep, and energy becomes greatly improved. 

The keys to treating fibromyalgia are 1) Reduce inflammation through better nutrition and utilizing acupuncture, by the way, Harvard Medical school reports that acupuncture is the best tool to clear inflammation without producing unwanted side effects; 2) Detoxification through avoiding sensitive foods, improving digestion, improving liver and kidney function (weMED has a unique program to improve kidney eGFR function) 3) Balancing hormone to minimize high cortisol level, which is triggering a cascade of hormone imbalances in the body.

Co-Analgesics for Fibromyalgia

  • NSAIDS
  • Acetaminophen
  • Antidepressants
  • Anticonvulsants
  • Corticosteroids
  • Neuroleptics
  • Antihistamines
  • Analeptics
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Antispasmodics
  • Muscle relaxants
  • Systemic local anesthetics

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