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Living With Fibromyalgia, Chronic Sinus Infections, Borderline Hypoglycemia & Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Everyday

I've done YEARS of research on all of these.

I have missed work because I could not get out of bed. I felt like I had a fever...chills then sweats, ache all over...everywhere! But when I take my temperature, it's normal. It feels like the flu, but it's not! WAT IS IT?
  • I've learned to eat fiber and take fiber supplements to ward off the IBS. Regular is better...there is minimal bloating and gas...but you have to work on it...every day.
  • I've taken every allergy medicine known to man. I finally found one that helps and a supplement that REALLY helps (SeaAloe).
  • I also live with borderline hypoglycemia (low blood sugar - occurs when your blood glucose (blood sugar) level drops too low to provide enough energy for your body's activities). I MUST eat a high protein diet to keep my blood sugar steady.
  • All of these conditions wreak havoc on my immune system. Below are exerpts from some articles that you should read if you have Fibromyalgia or think you have it based on the symptoms. I read these articles and got very excited, but this passage brought it all together for me as I looked at all of the conditions I have treated separately for years, and now know that they could all possibly be related.

    "There are no simple answers to conditions where causes lie in a mix of nutritional deficiencies, acquired toxicities, bowel dysbiosis, inadequate stress coping abilities, sensitivities and allergies, inappropriate or excessive medication, inadequate sugar control mechanisms, hormonal imbalances, poor posture and breathing dysfunction, current or past viral, parasitic, yeast or bacterial infections, impaired organs of digestion and elimination, emotional distress..... and more. There are certainly no magic bullets which can remedy a situation which may have taken many years to evolve."

    "These are a growing army of these walking wounded, the ‘vertically ill’ who are too sick to function adequately but are commonly not quite sick enough to become ‘horizontally ill’, actually bed bound, although this is all too often an outcome in severe examples. "

    "Unless there is an underlying awareness of the true nature and causes of such conditions, and until there is a real understanding of the ways in which it is possible to offer encouragement for an abused and over-stretched immune system to begin to restore health, many forms of proffered help (orthodox or alternative) will succeed only in either masking or, at best, moderating the patientÂ’s symptoms."
    Understanding and Treating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia 05-09-2003
    By Leon Chaitow N.D., D.O., M.R.O.

    FINALLY! SOMEONE GETS IT! Let's look at the definition and the normal course of action.

    (Compiled by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases)

    What Is Fibromyalgia?
    Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and multiple tender points. "Tender points" refers to tenderness that occurs in precise, localized areas, particularly in the neck, spine, shoulders, and hips. People with this syndrome may also experience sleep disturbances, morning stiffness, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety, and other symptoms.
  • How Many People Have Fibromyalgia?
    According to the American College of Rheumatology, fibromyalgia affects 3 to 6 million Americans. It primarily occurs in women of childbearing age, but children, the elderly, and men can also be affected.
  • 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.
  • How Is Fibromyalgia Diagnosed?
    Fibromyalgia is difficult to diagnose because many of the symptoms mimic those of other disorders. The physician reviews the patient's medical history and makes a diagnosis of fibromyalgia based on a history of chronic widespread pain that persists for more than 3 months. The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) has developed criteria for fibromyalgia that physicians can use in diagnosing the disorder. According to ACR criteria, a person is considered to have fibromyalgia if he or she has widespread pain in combination with tenderness in at least 11 of 18 specific tender point sites.
  • How Is Fibromyalgia Treated?
    Treatment of fibromyalgia requires a comprehensive approach. The physician, physical therapist, and patient may all play an active role in the management of fibromyalgia. Studies have shown that aerobic exercise, such as swimming and walking, improves muscle fitness and reduces muscle pain and tenderness. Heat and massage may also give short-term relief. Antidepressant medications may help elevate mood, improve quality of sleep, and relax muscles. Patients with fibromyalgia may benefit from a combination of exercise, medication, physical therapy, and relaxation.

    A Message From A "Walking Wounded" Soldier In The Fight Against Fibromyalgia
    By Julie Eby

    I am one of those folks walking around with this thing. Out of desperation, I studied and researched, sought out doctors' advice and medications, and adopted some things on my own.

    I have found a combination of things that work for me. I don't know if it works for anyone else and I'm not making any claims that it will cure anything. All I know is that I rarely get sick, I never get the flu, and it works for me. Below is a list:

    Exercise - especially yoga. I don't get near enough, but I have to tell you that if I do a yoga class several times a week, my condition is 100% better. I also need to get aerobic exercise in order to keep my weight under control which lowers the stress on my joints and muscles.
  • Medication for the promotion of DEEP SLEEP - My doctor has me on Amytriptyline (Elavil) at night to promote deep sleep. In REM sleep, the body heals and repairs itself. I can't stress enough to you how important this is! I only feel good with Fibromylgia if I get 8 hours of sleep per night, with good hours of REM sleep, and I get it consistently. I can only do this with the help of medication. I take Valerian Root to help me get to sleep since that is also a problem, and between that and the medication, and a consistent schedule, I do pretty well.
  • Allergy Infection Control with SeaAloe and Zirtek-D - I live in Dallas, TX, "The Allergy Capital of the World" in my opinion. I've tried every allergy medication there is and Zirtek-D helps the most. But even with that, as soon as I stop the SeaAloe, I get a sinus infection in a few weeks. I have a friend who also experienced the same thing. We both concur that, besides all of the vitamins and whole food goodness we are getting, there is something in it that helps diminish our allergy symptoms.
  • Anti-Inflammatory foods and supplements - I am firmly convinced that my fibromyalgia gets worse if I let inflammation creep into my body. Somehow Rheumatoid Arthritis, or a close relative, is involved in making me sick. If I eat foods and take supplements that ward off inflammation, I stay more "ache free".
  • Hormone Balance - I am in my late 40's and I stumbled headlong into peri-menopause with hot flashes, night sweats, brain fog and the like. I now take Bio-Identical hormones (Thank You Suzanne Somers!) and am experiencing must better results. I think that when the body can't make enough of the right balance of hormones, and it starts robbing one or the other to get what it thinks it needs, it sends the body reeling into "a severe listing of the ship" condition. The more severe the imbalance, the worse it gets. Damage occurs at the cellular level, then naturally, inflammation occurs, and the downward spiral begins. You MUST get balanced hormones!
  • Acid/Alkaline Level Balance - I eat a fairly high protein diet because of Borderline Hypoglycemia. It is the only way to keep my blood sugar level enough to ward off the shakes and lightheadedness that suddenly occurs when my blood sugar drops like a rock. One second I'm fine and the next, I'm sunk. Only a high protein diet with lots of salads and veggies on the side works. 99% of the time I skip the bread, potatoes, alcohol, and anything else my body can turn right into sugar. Because of this, my body is severely acidic. I take Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar in water every morning. It promotes an alkaline environment which causes a natural increased oxygen uptake into the cells. Did you know that cancer can't live in an oxygenated environment? The more oxygen in my cells for all of these reasons, the better!
  • There is enough information on these topics to write 60 pages, but before you go any further, read what I am doing from a supplementation, diet, and exercise standpoint.
    Thank you for reading my story. I hope this information helps you...there will be more on the topic shortly so Bookmark this page!

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