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Best Supplement For Fibromyalgia Pain Relief

F ibromyalgia is a chronic medical disorder characterized by widespread pain, stiffness, tenderness of muscles and allodynia, a state of heightened and painful response to pressure. No one knows exactly what causes fibromyalgia. Anyone can be affected although it is most prevalent in middle-aged women and the average age of onset is between the ages of 35 and 55.(1) It is estimated to affect 2-4% of the population,(2) with a female to male incidence ratio of about 9:1.

The disorder is often combined with psychiatric conditions such as anxiety, depression, and stress-related disorders. Also, patients with rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases are at higher risk for developing the disease. To date, there is no definitive treatment for fibromyalgia, but medications and other treatment regimens can help manage the symptoms.

Though fibromyalgia is one of the most common illnesses that affect muscles, its cause remains unknown. The inflamed tissues include those located on the neck, shoulders, back, hips, arms or legs. These spots are tender to touch, but they are not accompanied by tissue inflammation. Hence, in spite of potentially disabling body pain, patients do not develop any form of deformity. Fibromyalgia does not inflict damage to vital body organs.(3)


Fibromyalgia Symptoms

The universal symptoms of fibromyalgia are chronic, widespread pain, malaise and increased sensitivity to many different sensory stimuli and an unusually low pain threshold. Fibromyalgia pain can be aggravated by changes in weather, noise and emotional stress. Fatigue is noted in approximately 90% of patients. This may be associated with   abnormal sleep patterns. Consequently, patients wake up in the morning without feeling refreshed and fully rested.

In more than half of patients with fibromyalgia, mental and emotional disturbances are present. These include anxiety, depression, irritability, forgetfulness, mood changes and poor concentration. Other symptoms may include migraines, numbness or tingling of the skin, bowel disturbances, weakness in the limbs, neuralgia, muscle twitching, prolonged muscle spasms, palpitations, irritable bladder and joint stiffness. Some patients also report difficulty with swallowing and cognitive dysfunction known as 'brain fog' that may be characterized by diminished attention span, impaired concentration, impairments in short-term and long-term memory and inability to multi-task.


Fibromyalgia Treatment

As with many other idiopathic syndromes, there is no cure or standard treatment protocol for fibromyalgia, and treatment is typically aimed at symptom management. Advances in the understanding of the pathophysiology of the disease and individualized forms of treatment have led to significant improvements in managing the disorder. Current treatment approaches include prescription medication, patient education, behavioral intervention, stress reduction, regular exercise, alternative and complementary medicine. Recent studies have proven that the best outcome for each patient comes from an integrated treatment plan that incorporates the different approaches. This has been shown to be effective in easing pain and other fibromyalgia-related symptoms.

Over the years, the most effective medications for the treatment of fibromyalgia have been the tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs). These are taken at bedtime and appear to reduce fatigue, alleviate muscle pain and spasm, and promote restorative sleep. Scientists believe that TCAs work by interfering with serotonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain. Medications include anti-seizure, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs)(4) and dopamine agonists.(5)

Other forms of treatment include local injections of analgesics or cortisone into the delicate areas, use of muscle relaxants, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), physical therapy, biofeedback, and acupuncture.

 

Mangosteen May Help for Fibromyalgia

The symptoms of the disease are not fatal, but they are varied, so medical professionals have to resort to trial and error to determine which medications work. The problem with this practice is that the medications used have potentially harmful side effects. At the end of the day, fibromyalgia patients need a form of treatment that works without compromising their health.

Studies have revealed that fibromyalgia sufferers may have excessive free radical activity and low antioxidant levels. Therefore, taking dietary supplements that are rich in antioxidants could be a rational choice. Mangosteen supplements are peerless regarding their antioxidant properties found in the powerful xanthones. Perhaps the most important issue is the pain associated with the disease which can be excruciatingly debilitating at times. Scientific studies have shown that mangosteen contains COX-2 inhibitors that may be an alternative to prescription medications but without any nasty side effects. COX-2 is an enzyme that is responsible for pain and inflammation. By relieving the pain, mangosteen may also lift feelings of depression that are usually associated with pain. It is simply an excellent natural alternative to treat such a painful condition.

Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Rich Pericarp Mangosteen boosts energy levels; which is something that fibromyalgia patients are lacking. By incorporating Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Rich Pericarp Mangosteen to the diet, patients may ease the symptoms associated with fibromyalgia. Progress is gradual but it is steady and, with a consistent daily dose regimen, patients may find substantial relief.

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     Source References

(1) University of Maryland Medical Center - Fibromyalgia
(2)
US National Library of Medicine National Institutes Health - Fibromyalgia
(3)
Medscape - Fibromyalgia
(4)
WebMD: Serotonin And Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors For Fibromyalgia
(5) Medscape: Dopamine Agonist Pramipexole "Most Promising" In Fibromyalgia

 

   Source References

  • "The American College of Rheumatology 1990 Criteria for the Classification of Fibromyalgia. Report of the Multicenter Criteria Committee". Arthritis Rheum.

  • "Fibromyalgia: the clinical syndrome". Rheum Dis Clin North Am 15

  • "Cognitive dysfunction in fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome: new trends and future directions". Curr Rheumatol Rep.

  • "Management of fibromyalgia syndrome" Journal of the American Medical Association ISSN 0098-7484.

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