What is Fibromyalgia? How can we help?


In general, treatments for fibromyalgia include both medication and self-care strategies. The emphasis is on minimizing symptoms and improving general health. No one treatment works for all symptoms but trying a variety of treatment strategies can have a cumulative effect.

Prescription medications can, over time, deplete the body of essential nutrients, the ramifications of which may take years to manifest, as well as the sleep hormone melatonin, which further contributes to disrupted sleep patterns. It is widely recognised that that the majority of prescribed medications come with side-effects, many of which mimic the symptoms they are meant to relieve, such as fatigue, pain, brain fog.


Complementary Therapies 

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