|12-15-2011, 11:27 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: New York
Arthritis - relieving tips
I want to share my experience which I had in the last 3 months. In those days, I was severely affected with arthritis pain and the pain ranges from my hip to shoulder to kens to neck, and mostly in my spine and can be enfeebling in my mid-back that is between the two shoulders. I mostly had pain in my left side of the body.
Due to this pain I was very much stressed and also got migraine headaches. And after some days I visited the doctor and I got treatment with medications like Topamax, Axert, Cymbalta, Soma and Lortab.
I always tried my best to be active as I have raised 5 children and spent all my lifetime in a healthy way. But after facing this chronic pain, everyday I struggled a lot to do even simply things. All my medications didn’t help me to recover from that illness.
After some days of treatment, my doctor diagnosed, it is fibromyalgia but I wouldn’t find any progress in my health. And two weeks before, I met one of my friends who told me to try some natural medications and also suggested me about Absonutrix White Kidney Bean Extract.
I start taking this supplement after a small homework about it, and this is my 3rd week on this supplement and now I can feel the difference in the pain because it was unbearable before but now it has been reduced.
As this is a natural supplement, it wont contain any side effects rather it has many health benefits such as your weight is controlled, your BP level is also controlled.
Last edited by Rickison; 12-16-2011 at 06:41 PM.
|12-18-2011, 06:00 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Albuquerque, NM
Self-Healing from Chronic Pain
i have been walking a path of self-healing my chronic pain for the past few months. i had symptoms like arthritis, carpal tunnel, or fibromyalgia. I was near disabled on many days, unable to use my fingers, challenged to walk or move my arms, but it is much, much better now.
The biggest thing was cutting out gluten and white sugar from my diet. i saw videos about other people who had strange undiagnosed pains all over their bodies and healed from going gluten-free, so i tried it. within a week, i felt better, then ate some standard bread and was near debilitated within a day. took me two days gluten-free to get back to semi-normal. now i know it is not worth it to do the gluten. it is easy to do when i cook at home and even am able to find dishes at a lot of restaurants.
Second has been working with trigger points. A book called "The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook" was written by a former piano tuner who developed debilitating pain and successfully healed by using trigger points. I just dig in to my arm muscles, and they have been releasing the pain.
I also practice Reiki, and giving myself treatments provides pain relief in general. I even did not need pills after having a tooth extracted because the Reiki felt so nice!
And prayer was really beneficial for me, especially because sometimes I was so scared the pain would never go away. I also needed to release a lot of emotions. I even experienced the connection between the pain and the emotion during meditation one day. my body had been feeling relatively good, then during meditation an intense sadness came up. as i watched it arise, my body also seized up and all the painful spots started throbbing. the sadness ran through me, then my body released and felt healthy again. so if you feel like crying, you might want to let it out. that was one of the hardest parts of the healing process for me, because it felt like i shouldn't be crying and it did not make any sense. :-/
Hope that helps,
|12-18-2011, 06:09 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Down the infinite rabbit hole
Fibromyalgia has a strong relationship to post traumatic stress disorder. Most people diagnosed with FMS have a history of trauma-related symptoms. It's thought that it's due to a fatigued limbic system, but to me, it seems as if the pain of the trauma actually starts to manifest in a physical way.
I've found that addresses these underlying trauma-related issues was very helpful in reducing chronic pain. I've had the FMS diagnosis and the "this never goes away" thing, and I've tried various supplements (I found that magnesium was very helpful, in fact, and also ginkgo), but the thing that has helped the most has been rooting out all those issues and triggers and so forth that were rooted in trauma of one sort or another (most of mine was emotional trauma).
This may or may not apply to anyone else who might happen upon this thread, but I thought I'd share it just in case it does help someone.
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