4 Steps To Fibromyalgia Remission

four steps to fibromyalgia remission

Fibromyalgia remission is possible with a proper personalized treatment approach. An expert developed four steps of fibromyalgia treatment to achieve fibromyalgia remission through a series of extensive personal and clinical experience. This comprehensive treatment approach was created with the purpose of creating a whole new level of everyday life functionality. It is possible through meaningful improvement of fibromyalgia symptoms.

Step One – Rest

The first refers to Rest. This is the most important of all as it provides foundation for the other steps. Rest is the foundation because it encourages healing. Proper rest requires enlisting a relaxation response and restoring deep sleep. The body’s inability to get enough sleep can wreck havoc in your overall health. Specific combination of supplements and medications helps to supersede the body’s stress response and encourage deep sleep. Restoring deep sleep results in the improvement of pain and fatigue.

Step Two – Repair

After the foundation of Rest is set in place, the next step is Repair. This refers to both nutritional and structural. The chronic hyperactive stress response in fibromyalgia prevents the body from breaking down and absorbing enough nutrients. Thus, the first part of Repair focuses on repairing digestion.

Structurally, the muscles and fascia in most fibromyalgia patients are stick and tight. Therefore, unsticking the fascia in order to lessen the tight and inflamed areas of the body forms the second part Repair. These inflamed areas are often the main source of pain. Hence, movement therapy is highly recommended in order to increase the flow of blood in muscles and joints. This can also lead to the reduction of inflammation and pain in the body.

Movement therapy refers to a wide range of Eastern and Western holistic approach to better physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. There are various form of movement therapy which range from dance therapy, yoga, pilates, taichi, qigong to alexander technique etc.

Step Three – Rebalance

Next step is to rebalance the imbalance of the production of energy in the body. The chronic stress response in the body is actually a state of inefficient energy production. Thus, supporting the energy-producing mitochondria with proper nutrition and supplements can help to minimize fatigue. Furthermore, high levels of inflammation coming from chronic infections and food sensitivities worsen the symptoms of fibromyalgia. Therefore, it is crucial that you address these underlying conditions too.

The adrenal glands tend to burn out from the constant signal of the stress response. Consequently, it leads to abnormal patterns of cortisol release hence fatigue. Hence, it is essential to support your adrenal glands with proper diet, lifestyle changes and supplements. Doing so can help to bring the glands back to proper balance.

Step Four – Reduce

The final step of the treatment is Reduce. This is to reduce any remaining fatigue and pain by treating these symptoms through targeted medication and therapy. After working on the first three steps, the patient should already gain significant improvement in her symptoms. On the final step, medication and some form of therapy can help alleviate any remaining symptoms.

Adopt these four steps in your fibromyalgia treatment to help you manage your condition and hopefully achieve fibromyalgia remission.

8 Comments

  • How do you get deep sleep? I exercise daily,meditate,my diet is quite good,yet I can not sleep.9 months its been of fall asleep and wake up every hour to hour and a half.Or sleep for 4 hrs and thats it,then im struggling at mid day to stay awake.Its relentless.Not even the strongest sleeping medication does a thing.Benzos,antipsychotics,antihisthamines,nothing helps at all.Nightmares wake me often and panick attacks.I see a psychiatrist and psychologist,ive done CBT,DBT support groups etc…Cbd oil was the only thing that gave me sound sleep,but suddenly stopped working.
    How does one stay asleep?

  • I found both melatonin and magnesium at bedtime extremely helpful. I still use magnesium every night but I only needed the melatonin for about a year and a half. Hope this helps.

  • I have found that taking 5-htp and mega doses of magnesium before bedtime helps me go to sleep and stay that way. I’ve changed my whole lifestyle, too. I eat a high protein, low carb diet, eleminated caffeine, sugar, dairy, gluten and nightshades. Those items are my sensitivity triggers and they don’t allow me to get proper rest, plus they all trigger IBS for me.
    I also try to get low impact exercise in warm water.
    I take absolutely no pharmaceuticals anymore. I used to be on 14 different medications. The side effects were horrible. On previous sleep studies, I never got in to the third of fourth level of sleep (REM), and I never dreamed. Now, I sleep 8-9 hrs a night and I dream. I wake up rested and refreshed.
    Another benefit is weight loss. I’ve lost over 100 lbs. I’m 72 and I feel great. I have renewed energy. I have fibromyalgia, but it doesn’t hAve me!

    • Duana, wow what an impressive story! Maybe u could email me and be my mentor, or at least give me some steps or ideas to try! I’m lost!

    • I just read your information and i was highly impressed. I wrote down some of your information and will give it a try. I have tried a lot of different things in regards to vitamins, diet, and exercise and i am in a horrible amount of pain. I also got off a lot of medications and are currently on only Lryica and Percocet which is pretty good after all i have been through.
      If you would not mind and further information that you think would be helpful please send me the info if you have time. I am a 62 year old woman and i have a lot more living to do and i can’t do it if i can not get this pain under control. I do yoga and was walking until i flared so bad i was on a hard down time and am slowing coming back.
      My husband wanted to go to Las Vegas and i knew it would i would not be able to keep up from just under 10,000 steps to at least 20,000, I stressed my body out so bad i can’t can’t catch up again. Any Help will be greatly appreciated.

  • The Remission article leaves me confused. I have always been under the impression that was distinguishes Fibro is that there is no inflammation as in arthritis etc.
    However this articles mentions the word inflammation a lot. Can this be explained please?

    • Lesley,
      This is a very good question, thank you for raising it up.
      Yes, regarding unexplained pain in the muscles and joints, fibromyalgia patients do not show signs of inflammation. This is also why it is believed to be a nerve problem as oppose to a myopathy. However, it does not mean fibro patients are free of inflammation in other areas. Many fibromyalgia patients have coexisting conditions like nutrition deficiencies, IBS, food sensitivities, chronic yeast infections, sinus problems etc which can cause inflammation in the body hence adding on to pain and fatigue. The inflammation in the article refers to those caused by the coexisting conditions in fibromyalgia patients.
      Hope this helps.

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