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Signs Symptoms of Fibromyalgia and Natural Relief
The signs symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) can be devastating. However, there is hope. Without resorting to controversial painkillers and other medications that have a long history of serious side effects, natural relief from fibromyalgia syndrome is possible,.
FMS affects some 5 million people, particularly women between the ages of 20 and 50. The most common signs symptoms of fibromyalgia are muscular and joint pain, usually associated with stress, lack of sleep, anxiety and physical strain. The aching and stiffness often seems more pronounced in the morning, when trying to relax and in cold or humid weather.
Almost all sufferers complain of extreme fatigue that causes disability and badly disturbed sleep. Many also have depression, but this is usually a result rather than a cause of the condition. Other commonly associated symptoms include irritable bowel, headaches, difficulty thinking, poor short term memory, numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, menstrual cramping, panic and anxiety attacks, dizziness and skin sensitivities. Fortunately, FMS is neither fatal nor permanently damaging.
Alternative therapies have often been found to be the most effective for fibromyalgia. This is because, given the right factors, the human body has a miraculous ability to heal itself. Start by decreasing your daily stress. Tell everyone you’ve got a new lease on life and a prescription to have more fun. Make “feeling good” your number one priority.
Begin a moderate exercise program by taking a walk around the block and gradually building up to a half hour at least four days a week. Of course, if you’re in the throws of FMS, this may seem easier said than done, but just take it slow and easy. If you feel a little sore, find a really good massage therapist and indulge yourself.
The most important fuel for healing is high quality nutrition. Avoid processed foods, sugars, alcohol and caffeine and keep fats below 30% of total calories. Drink plenty of pure, clean water and add more wholesome foods, such as whole grains, fresh fish and colorful fruits and vegetables. But, even when you do your best, it’s virtually impossible to get everything you need from the food you eat. Even the American Medical Association recommends daily nutritional supplements.
My whole food supplement recommendations for relief from fibromyalgia symptoms can be found at www.feel-better.info. These natural, scientifically sound nutritional formulas are the only ones that use pure human food source ingredients, such as traditional fruits, vegetables and whole grains in highly absorbable, easy to digest formulations. They’re also guaranteed to be free from all toxins, heavy metals, pesticides and GMOs, which many experts believe trigger fibromyalgia symptoms.
What’s more, "the Feel Better program" has been proven to work. Thousands of people in over 40 countries around the world, including many former fibromyalgia sufferers, have been using these exclusinve nutritional supplements for up to 50 years to look and feel their absolute best - naturally. All those thoroughly satisfied customers keep coming back for more - because the Feel Better program works!
For details about how these truly natural whole food nutritional supplements from human food sources can support your body to overcome the signs symptoms of fibromyalgia and help you to look better, feel better and have more natural energy, click now on www.feel-better.info.
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