4 Simple Ways to Treat Fibromyalgia Naturally

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Have you struggled to find an effective natural fibromyalgia treatment for pain relief?

Fibromyalgia is a prevalent medical condition affecting around 10 million people in the United States alone and 3-6% of the global population, and up to 90% of fibromyalgia patients are women.  Chronic pain is one of the most common fibromyalgia symptoms.  Other common symptoms include chronic fatigue (chronic fatigue syndrome), muscle pain, poor sleep quality, and symptoms that overlap with irritable bowel syndrome.

Based on studies and the widespread pain, researchers believe the disease has origins in the central nervous system.

How to Treat Fibromyalgia Naturally

Below are our favorite fibromyalgia treatments, including natural treatments, lifestyle changes, and home remedies, that have anti-inflammatory effects to provide lower levels of pain.

These natural remedies give you the relief you’ve been searching for without the side effects of prescription drugs.

Let’s take a look at the natural treatment options!

Follow a Fibromyalgia Diet

Studies show that a mostly raw vegetarian diet consisting mostly of fruits, vegetables, carrot juice, salads, nuts, bread/grains, and seeds helped reduce fibromyalgia symptoms and improve the quality of life for patients.

An additional study offered even more specific instructions, suggesting that sufferers follow a ‘low-FODMAP‘ diet, which avoids short-chain carbohydrates poorly absorbed by the body. You’ll want to avoid excess sugar in all its forms (often ending in ‘-ose’), excess alcohol or caffeine, lactose in cow’s milk, certain fruits like apples, and honey, among other foods.

Add in foods high in Omega-3 fatty acids like salmon, herring, walnuts, or eggs to reap their anti-inflammatory benefits.

This is one simple lifestyle change you can make to help your immune system fight fibromyalgia pain!

Take the Best Dietary Supplements for Fibromyalgia Pain Management

  • Vitamin D deficiency is common in many countries today and makes symptoms worse for patients with fibromyalgia, so taking a supplement can help you boost those low levels and reduce flare-ups.
  • Omega-3 fatty acid supplements provide anti-inflammatory benefits that can reduce chronic pain. Just make sure to consult your health physician to ensure no interactions are taking place between high blood pressure medications and omega-3 supplements, as the omega-3s improve circulation.
  • The green lipped mussel oil used in GLX3 provides the healthiest and most potent benefits.  Plus, it contains additional Omega-3s in the New Zealand Olive oil we use in each capsule along with antioxidant properties from Vitamin E Oil. Make sure find out which green lipped mussel dose is right for you!
  • Magnesium Citrate deficiency is prevalent in patients with fibromyalgia, and a magnesium supplement can help reduce pain intensity felt at tender points. It also helps to fight insomnia that often accompanies chronic pain diseases.   

Look for Natural Treatments and Exercises for Fibromyalgia

  • Tai Chi and Yoga are both excellent Chinese complementary therapies for treating fibromyalgia. A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed practicing tai chi twice a week for 60 minutes each Reduced stress, increased flexibility and range of motion, reduced morning stiffness, reduced heart rate, decreased muscle tension and improved sleep quality all result from these slow-moving exercises. Check out these 5 yoga poses for chronic pain related to fibromyalgia and arthritis.
  • Massage therapy using soothing essential oils can target ease widespread pain around your body. Tell the masseuse where you’d like him or her to focus on for maximum benefits, and remember to breathe through the pain when they hit the tender points!
  • Regular exercise or movement of any kind can help you get the blood flowing, move those muscles, and reduce pain and inflammation.  But this doesn’t mean you need to drag yourself to the gym: go for a walk outside, throw a ball, or walk your dog. Swimming is also great as the strain is less on your joints and muscles when your weight is supported in the water

Reduce Your Stress with Stress Management Techniques for Fibromyalgia

  • Short-term, goal-oriented therapy like cognitive behavioral therapy helps to reduce stress and depression in patients battling with chronic pain caused by fibromyalgia. Patients noticed improved sleep quality as well.
  • A mindfulness meditation practice can help you reduce stress and lower heart rate while improving sleep.  This helps to cope with the stress and inflammation of fibromyalgia on your own.

In Closing: Natural Remedies are Best to Manage Fibromyalgia Pain

Switch up your diet, pick an exercise to gently get your body moving, and reduce stress catch up on lost sleep!

Natural remedies are the best way to fight fibromyalgia pain without the unhealthy side effects of prescription drugs.

Make these changes, and don’t forget to check out our Green lipped mussel oil for an easy and natural anti-inflammatory boost!  

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