Common symptoms of fibromyalgia include; chronic, widespread pain that can be disabling, fatigue in body and mind, sleep disorders, irritable bowels, memory and concentration difficulties, chronic headaches, TMJ, anxiety and depression. Conventional medical treatment includes anti-depressants, muscle relaxants and chemical painkillers.
Though between 7 and 10 million people in the US alone suffer from fibromyalgia, it is frequently misdiagnosed and under-recognized. It is often referred to as “The Invisible Disease” because its sufferers don’t look sick. Abnormalities do not appear in any blood test, X-ray, thyroid test, HIV test, liver scan, MRI, or CT scan. Symptoms are felt all over, yet traditional medical tests can find nothing wrong. Sufferers are often misdiagnosed with hypochondria, Alzheimers, or psychological problems, leading to depression and despair.
Fortunately, the existence of fibromyalgia is becoming better understood in the medical community. The American College of Rheumatology published criteria for its diagnosis in 1990. Eighteen “tender points” have been detected on the body, and pain caused by gentle pressure on at least 11 of these 18 points is the only known way to receive an accurate diagnosis of fibromyalgia.
Dr.Adam can assist with this type of screening. Once the challenge is clear,she offers natural solutions to be symptom free in less than six months.
Though researchers do not agree on the cause of fibromyalgia, there is a viable theory that is supported by research as well as by the personal experiences of Linda T. Nelson, ND, PhD, M’lis Company founder, as well as many M’lis clients. This belief is that fibromyalgia is not caused by one factor, but by a lifetime of symptom suppression and disease progression.
We believe that the progression of fibromyalgia begins with the chicken pox virus (HHV6) very early in life. The virus becomes dormant in the body, waiting until a depletion of the immune system to reactivate into the next stage. Over the course of many years, a person may experience cold sores or herpes, shingles, mononucleosis, Epstein-Barr, or chronic fatigue. These are the different levels of disease progression, and some or all may be experienced before fibromyalgia develops. If these viruses are not eradicated completely from the body at the time that they manifest, (as is usually the case when chemical drugs that ‘stuff’ symptoms rather than cleansing them from the body are taken as a solution), they are stored in the body until a later time.
When the immune system is compromised through illness, stress, injury, or unhealthy lifestyle choices, the progression of disease finally leads to fibromyalgia. At this point, the symptoms have become debilitating and affect every facet of a person’s life. The onlyway to put an end to fibromyalgia and the symptoms that accompany it is to assist the body to regain control over the virus that has been in the body for years. This can be accomplished through dedicated lifestyle change that allows the body to rebuild and heal by its own power.
Detoxification to eliminate toxins and wastes, strengthen vital organs, and assist in viral eradication.
Juice therapy to provide the enzymes that are essential for digestion, absorption, energy and new cell growth.
100% nutrition through supplementation and healthy eating to strengthen the immune system and help the body regenerate.
Herbal formulations to help ease pain and stress.
A gradual exercise program to maintain joint and ligament strength and help decrease the amount of muscle pain felt in these areas while becoming stronger and healthier.
Imagery and Manipulation to benefit body and mind.
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