If you happened to have missed the last two weeks Post, I mentioned that May 12th was Fibromyalgia Education and Awareness Day. Sponsored by the National Fibromyalgia Association (NFA), a Non-Profit Health Organization, whose mission is to “Develop and Execute Programs Dedicated to improving the Quality of Life for People with Fibromyalgia.”
I also mentioned that since Fibromyalgia is such a Complex Condition, that instead of trying to fit all of this information in Just a Single Post around the 12th of May, I’ve decided to Write a Series throughout this Entire Month.
The First Part, Which You can Read HERE, Defined What Fibromyalgia is. The Second Part, Which You can Read HERE, Discussed What the Symptoms of Fibromyalgia are, This Third Part Will Discuss What You Can Do to Ease the Symptoms of Fibromyalgia, Followed by the Final Fourth Part That Will Answer the Question: How Can Chiropractic Care Help Fibromyalgia? Which Will Be Posted Sometime Next Week.
What Can You Do to Ease the Symptoms of Fibromyalgia?
Unfortunately, the Cause of Fibromyalgia is Still Not Known, so there is No Proven Prevention, and (as with Many Chronic Disorders) there is No Known Cure or Universally Accepted Treatment for Fibromyalgia, so treatment is typically aimed at Symptom Management.
The Symptoms of Fibromyalgia however, have been shown to Get Better or Even Go Away when Healthy Lifestyle Changes are implemented! These Key Factors of a Healthy Lifestyle are: Physical Fitness, Healthy Eating, Getting the Appropriate Amount of Sleep, and Reducing Stress. If You Would Like Some Useful information Regarding All This You can Read some of my Previous Post Series Titled: ‘Family Fitness’ HERE , ‘Healthy Aging’ HERE, ‘Sleep Awareness’ HERE, and ‘Stress Awareness’ HERE.
A Combination of implementing the Above Healthy Lifestyle Changes and Specific Treatments to Help Relieve the Symptoms of Fibromyalgia including; Manipulation and other Types Physical Therapies, as well as, Patient Education and Counseling, and Support Groups All have been Shown to be Helpful to Manage, Control, and Relieve the Symptoms of Fibromyalgia.
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