6 Non-Prescription Alternatives to Try For Treating Fibromyalgia

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By Hot Health March 27, 2017 11:54
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6 Non-Prescription Alternatives to Try For Treating Fibromyalgia

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Alternative Treatments For Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a condition for which taking medicines may not be enough. The medication for this health condition needs to be balanced with regular exercise and a healthy diet. When you do these things in combination, only then might you see improvements in the pain. In addition to these, opting for certain relaxation techniques and getting a chiropractor treatment can also be tried.

Fibromyalgia is a condition which is believed to affect approximately five to six million people most of them being females. There is no harm in trying out all the alternative medicines there are for Fibromyalgia in order to find out the one that suits you the most. Nutritional supplements are a good alternative medication for Fibromyalgia as these aid in decreasing fatigue and pain—two of the most common problems experienced by people suffering from Fibromyalgia.

Magnesium is another alternate medication for Fibromyalgia. Magnesium is found quite effective in relaxing the muscles and prevents the onset of muscle spasms. 

Herbs can also be used as an alternative Fibromyalgia medicine.

Ginkgo Biloba is an excellent herb that has multiple antioxidant properties which not only helps in improving brain function but also enhances blood circulation in the body.

Ginger, because of its anti-inflammatory properties, is another great solution for Fibromyalgia as it aids in reducing the pain and swelling.

Turmeric is another antioxidant which also has anti-inflammatory properties that helps in curtailing the pain and swelling of the muscles.

Olive leaf is great for the immune system and work great for alleviating fatigue.

Guaifenesin, developed from the guaiac tree, for centuries has been used for medicinal purposes. It was approved by the FDA in 1952. It is mainly used to treat coughs. It helps loosen the mucus in your lungs (due to allergies, colds, or the flu). How does guaifenesin come into play with fibromyalgia?

Dr. R. Paul St. Amand created the guaifenesin protocol for treating fibromyalgia in the 1990s.  His theory was that the GP would work by removing excess phosphates from the body. He concluded that patients with FM have an abundant amount of phosphate deposits in their body and the GP would remove them, thus reducing their symptoms.  When looking at the many comments of people with FM who have tried this, it is apparent Dr. R. Paul St. Amand may be onto something with GP (1).

Such natural medications are more recommended for Fibromyalgia as opposed to the drug medications since they have lesser side-effects and the tendency of a patient to become to addicted to these is very less. Natural medicines work on a more deeper level and rid the root of the problem.

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