Fibromyalgia treatment

Testing Fundamentals

Researching and testing different treatment options for the purpose of figuring out what will work best for you is fundamental to getting better. Your doctors do not know what will prove most effective for you. Books cannot tell you, websites offer no cure (including mine!) and there is no magic solution that works for everyone. […]

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There is a great deal of clinical research currently underway related to a variety of fibromyalgia aspects. In fact, a search of www.clinicaltrials.gov on December 12, revealed 99 open trials related to fibromyalgia. www.clinicaltrials.gov is an Internet-based resource provided by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) for patients, their families, healthcare providers, researchers, and […]

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Recent research has begun to narrow down the historically long list of possible causes of fibromyalgia. While many researchers believe that fibromyalgia is likely caused by the malfunction of the body’s internal pain processing system, other potential factors continue to generate interest as possible culprits. One such factor is the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis, or HPA axis, […]

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Big Data – Big Hope!

Among the biggest challenges facing medical professionals when it comes to treating fibromyalgia and other chronic pain conditions is understanding how and why symptoms occur. Fibro is a shape shifter. It changes and moves around the body, often without any apparent cause or reason. Effective treatment varies from patient to patient. For medical professionals, trying […]

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Deciphering the Deceptive

Your body speaks to you every day. The symptoms that you experience are messages that your body is sending you. Messages telling you that something is wrong! Pain is the bodies means of letting you know that something is not right and it needs to be fixed. The problem with fibromyalgia is that often, these […]

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Naltrexone is a medication used for the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. It is a member of the drug class known as opiate antagonists, and works by decreasing the cravings for alcohol and blocking the effects of opioid medications and opioid street drugs (such as heroin). It does not prevent or relieve withdrawal symptoms. […]

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“Be Better” vs “Get Better”

I have a simple question for you. Please: Seriously think about this. It could hold the key to really helping you overcome fibromyalgia. Do you just want to “Be” better….   or are you willing to “Get” better? There is a huge difference between the two choices. The first implies an instant transformation. To suddenly be […]

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Incredible Technology is Bringing Amazing New Capabilities to the Fibromyalgia Treatment Process! You Can Get Better: Less Pain. Reduced Symptoms. Better Quality of Life. Fibromyalgia Can Be Overcome – Managed and Controlled! FibroTrack Will Teach You How and Help Make It Happen – Step by Step! FibroTrack is far more than just a symptom tracking […]

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Deborah Barrett Interview!

This video interview with fibromyalgia expert Dr. Deborah Barrett reviews her fabulous book “Paintracking” and digs into effective processes for managing fibromyalgia and reducing symptoms! If your interested in learning about “How” to manage your fibro – watch this video!

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Not a Good Fibro Year.

I cannot express how much I have looked forward to posting this first in an ongoing series of blog updates focused on my wife Michele’s personal battle with Fibromyalgia. Why? Because it means that FINALLY the FibroTrack application is out of the planning / building / testing phase and actually out there being used by […]

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