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Stefan Chmelik on Fibromyalgia

posted on 8th September 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

 

FMS is better described as a number of potential symptoms, rather than a disease in itself. You could have several symptoms from the many that may be present, and it is the combination that leads to an FMS diagnosis.

Muscle pain is always a feature, but digestive problems, sleep disturbance and emotional issues are all common. I have found that there are certain factors that are nearly always present with someone suffering from FMS, and that it is only through understanding and addressing these aspects that meaningful change can be made.

Someone with FMS may well feel depressed, but this can be a response to the condition rather than the cause of it. I also frequently find that people are likely to be hyperventilating or
breathing badly, and it is essential to change this for improvements made through treatment to stick.

Although not usually a condition that is quick to respond to treatment, an appropriate combination of diet, acupuncture, herbs, supplements, breathing, relaxation and discussion can bring about lasting improvement.

 

 Stefan Chmelik on Fibromyalgia

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