What Is Fibromyalgia? And How Do You Overcome It…

updated dec. 2022


Fibromyalgia is just a name of a syndrome that has common symptoms associated with the syndrome. It’s a name-it doesn’t cause anything!

There are underlying causes for the symptoms that bring on fibromyalgia. And finding and fixing these underlying issues (causes) is what allows me to the patients who personally work with me, get healthy and feel good again.

Some of your symptoms could be from could be from a missed diagnosed or mistreatment of your thyroid. I see this in perhaps 60-70% of my patients.

Your fatigue, brain fog, diffuse pain, IBS, and low moods could all be triggered or aggravated by a missed low thyroid diagnosis.

It could be that’s why your hair is falling out, you get cold hands and cold feet, tingling in your hands and feet, high cholesterol, it could be causing your anxiety and depression, your dry skin, your unhealthy nails … all those things are low thyroid.

A number of fibro symptoms are due to adrenal fatigue which causes or aggravates, fatigue, chronic pain and inflammation, brain fog, poor sleep, and low moods.  Adrenal fatigue is very common in fibromyalgia!

Do you have leaky gut?

About 50% of my patients have this condition which can cause IBS, constipation, loose bowel movements, stomach pain, food allergies, yeast overgrowth, chronic inflammation and pain.

Are you deficient in brain hormones, serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine, or GABA?

Fibro patients are usually deficient in one or more of these important brain chemicals. Deficiencies can cause chronic pain, low pain threshold, anxiety, depression, poor sleep, brain fog, and insomnia.

Fresh Greek salad of cucumber, tomato, sweet pepper, red onion, feta cheese and olives with olive oil. Healthy food, top view

Do you have any food allergies? If so they may be causing chronic pain, fatigue, brain fog, low moods, IBS, and leaky gut.

Do you have insomnia or poor sleep issues? Most fibro patients do and it causes numerous symptoms including chronic pain, low pain threshold, anxiety, depression, brain fog, IBS, RLS, and fatigue.

The only way to feel good again is to find and fix the underlying causes of your symptoms!

You don’t get healthy taking Cymbalta, Ambien, Lyrica, Gabapentin or Neurontin. Those drugs don’t make you healthy. They can be helpful and sometimes they’re your only option, but they all come with a price and the price is a potential side effect.

Lyrica, Gabapentin, Neurontin, Ambien and other sleep medications can cause the very symptoms we see in fibromyalgia-fibro fog, diffuse achy muscle pain, lethargy, fatigue, anxiety, depression, weight gain, Restless Legs syndrome, poor memory, mood disorders … that’s really a mirror image of what you see with fibromyalgia.

Traditional Medicine Has Given Up On Fibromyalgia- “Learn to live with it.”

If you go to Mayo clinic for fibromyalgia, one of the most outstanding treating and research facilities in the world, they’ll recommend you enroll in a 3-week class for to “LEARN TO LIVE WITH FIBROMYALGIA.”

Who in the heck wants to live with chronic pain, fatigue, insomnia, brain fog, IBS, and all the other life draining symptoms of fibromyalgia?

Don’t “learn to live with it” come learn how to overcome it!

What Are The Underlying Causes Of YOUR Fibromyalgia Symptoms? Deficient brain hormones, adrenal fatigue, toxins, mold, heavy metals, oxidative stress, free radicals, dysfunctional mitochondria, Candida, low thyroid, nutritional deficiencies….

Testing takes all the guess work out of finding and fixing the root causes of your pain, fatigue, brain fog, IBS, RLS, low moods, poor sleep, and other fibro symptoms.

Why not make 2023 the year you got the answers and help you need to feel good again?

Start the New Year off with a GIANT step towards getting healthy and enjoying life again.

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