Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue
Fibromyalgia simply means pain in the muscles and connective tissue. Because this diagnosis has just recently been used by many physicians there is little help offered by our medical system.
With Chronic Fatigue it is the same. It’s a label that doesn’t really say much about why or how to treat it.
Minimal help is offered by most physicians for either of these conditions. Symptoms are often treated with anti-inflammatories, anti-depressants and pain medications. These do not address the origins of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue but simply offer some degree of relief.
For both of these conditions there are numerous causes. Some of them include the following;
- Nutritional Deficiencies
- Suboptimal Levels of Various Hormones
- Chronic Silent Infections
- Poor Quality of Sleep
- Poor Gut Ecology
- Inadequate Digestion of Food
- Food Allergies
- Gut Inflammation
- Underlying Auto-immune Conditions
- Overgrowth of Yeast and Opportunistic Gut Bacteria
- Poor Assimilation of Nutrients
Of course the approach to treating these two conditions depends upon the underlying cause. These are investigated through lab testing, darkfield microscopy and electro-dermal screening. Each cause has specific therapeutic approaches.
Here is a list of a few of them;
- Various Herb Formulations
- Whole Food Supplements
- Specific Glandulars Made from Nucleoproteins (RNA & DNA)
- Essential Fatty Acids
- Detoxification Using Infrared Saunas
- Intravenous Nutrient Protocols including Lidocaine
- Oxidative IV Therapies including Ozone & Hydrogen Peroxide
- Constitutional Hydrotherapy
- Neural Therapy
In order to effectively address Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia a comprehensive assessment is absolutely essential. By assessment we mean the investigation of the underlying causes. Without this a physician is shooting in the dark and using natural substances or pharmaceuticals to reduce symptoms.
Either approach is, over the long term, mostly ineffective and will likely cause the person’s condition to further decline.