Tuesday, March 13, 2007

What causes Fibromyalgia

Although the cause of fibromyalgia is unknown, researchers have several theories about causes or triggers of the disorder. Some scientists believe that the syndrome may be caused by an injury or trauma. This injury may affect the central nervous system. Fibromyalgia may be associated with changes in muscle metabolism, such as decreased blood flow, causing fatigue and decreased strength. Others believe the syndrome may be triggered by an infectious agent such as a virus in susceptible people, but no such agent has been identified.

The information noted above was Courtesy of ProHealth's ImmuneSupport.com/cat. Click on the title to read more about fibromyalgia on ProHealth's website.

I hope and pray that this information has helped someone today:)


cat said...

Hi Fibroviv,

I can't help noticing, as a reader of your blog who was diagnosed with fibromyalgia 12 years ago, cfids 16 years ago and so on, if you have had your thyroid tested thoroughly or tried a trial of natural dessicated thyroid extract?
It would appear an inordinately large number of people who are diagnosed with fms cfids are actually untreated undiagnosed hypothyroid.
Might i suggest:
as an overview, and then http://www.stopthethyroidmadness.com to get started on better health.
If you have been tested for TSH and told you are not sick, that is no answer. TSH is a useless diagnostic for most hypothyroid patients. Critical to your symptoms is your Free T3 reading which must be in the upper third of the healthy range for you to be absolutely ruled out of having a dysfunctional thyroid.
I wish you well, please feel free to contact me,

Fibro Viv said...

Hello Cat!

Welcome and thank you for posting on my blog and reading it! This is very exciting for me:)

I had my thyroid checked some years ago. I will take your advise and have my doctor check into this. Thanks for sharing information. I hope it will help me and others!

Please feel free to add more information and share your experience. I really want people to try and help each other. People who do not suffer from FMS/CFIDS have difficulty understanding what patients feel and deal with on a daily basis. Yes, there are many people that try and understand, but unless you have actually experienced any type of illness, loss, etc., they truly cannot understand 100%.

Again, thank you so much for posting. You have made my day!

Fibro Viv

Hailey Harris said...

Here's helpful information for all fibromyalgia sufferers.

Fibromyalgia is a condition where you feel chronic pain in certain parts of your body; it is a muscular pain especially around the joints. There can also be centralized pain felt in the spinal chord, brain, neck shoulders etc. People with fibromyalgia generally complain of pain in the joints, but it actually is the muscles and the tendons around it that cause the pain, it can be excruciating sometimes and can be a continuous throbbing pain. People suffering from Fibromyalgia also show symptoms of depression, sleeplessness, irritable bowel syndrome, stress and many others, which are caused due to the pain.

Rid Fibromyalgia provides a simple process to helps you eliminate all your symptoms of fibromyalgia and enjoy living your life again. This will provides us the best and most effective solutions on how to rid ourselves from pain.

The Rid Fibromyalgia provides an eBook entitled “Heal the Body” that will teach you the best diet that will allow you to eat your way to wellness, it will also document which vitamins and supplements will target and reverse the illness, how to achieve pain relief through acupuncture, what exercises are safe and will work, and what type of medications may make you sicker, and what will work. This eBook takes a step by step approach in showing you how to rid yourself of the pain naturally so that you can take back your life.

We must know the symptoms of this illness. For us to know what would be the approach we will going to apply. Here's Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia and steps to treat it naturally.

We must also be responsible and aware to the things to gain and cope up with this kind of illness. Eating nutritious food with regular exercise would be result to a better life. Here's Basic Tips in Coping Fibromyalgia.

If we say Fibromyalgia Diet, there is no specific recommended diet for fibromyalgia. But a healthy diet rich in vitamins and minerals can certainly help in coping with the illness. Magnesium rich vegetables are recommended for patient's suffering from fibromyalgia. Here's some information for you to help in Fibromyalgia Diet.

We must also think that vitamins are important for Fibromyalgia sufferers. This will give us additional energy and strength to kept a healthy living. But of course, you must be aware that not all vitamins are effective or directly gives you a good result. Find the best vitamins that would easily give a good response if your taking it. The best thing is your healed and keep your body healthy as possible. Here's The Benefit of Vitamins for us to know why vitamins are important for fibromyalgia sufferers.

Also feel free to view this video Fibromyalgia Help. It really gives good information for those who have Fibromyalgia and encourage not to give up because in every pain your getting through has a good solution in the end.

Here's Rid Fibromyalgia, For free info and helpful articles on fighting fibromyalgia.

Connie said...

Hi Fibroviv-
Have you read any work by Dr. David Bell ? He is a physician here near Rochester & Buffalo NY in a small town called Lyndonville, NY. Quite a few years ago they had an outbreak of CFiDS and many people became ill. He has given up his practice and sees only patients who were living in the area back then.
I was lucky - my daughter and I both saw him, and got the diagnosis along with my Fibro. Currently he is in Europe on a speaking tour. Here is his site and books he has written, below.
The last I heard he is not taking any new patients ??
I wish people would comment on your site as we can be heard better with a group.

Fibro Viv said...

Hello Hailey,

Sorry for the delay in response. Thank you so much for sharing information about fibromyalgia! Everyone should read up on the information you posted.

Take care,

Fibro Viv said...

Hello Connie,

Yes it would be great if people would comment and share their experience. Everyone is unique and I know not everything works the same on everyone however, I believe most of us are willing to try new things.

Wishing you the best and thank you for commenting.