fibromyalgia

  1. REAL relief from fibromyalgia pain and fatigue [FINALLY!]

    Want to read your doctor’s mind?

    Just read his prescription pad!

    If he gives you an antibiotic… there’s a good chance he has NO IDEA what’s wrong but is hoping it goes away in a few days.

    If he gives you a painkiller… he’s saying he can’t actually FIX the pain… but, again, is just biding time to see if it goes away on its own.

    And if he gives you an antidepressant… but you’re NOT depressed?

    Well, friend, he may as well just slap you right across the face – because he’s saying that WHATEVER you’re suffering from is ALL in your head!

    There’s no condition where they do that more than fibromyalgia.

    But if you have this condition, it’s NOT in your head. And you DON’T need an antidepressant.

    The problem isn’t YOU.

    It’s a REAL condition… confirmed by tests in the world’s leading medical institutions.

    Now, new research confirms something else…

    There IS a way to get the relief you deserve… with no drugs needed!

    The PINE BARK secret for fibromyalgia relief

    Fibromyalgia isn’t just pain.

    It’s pain that can strike ANYWHERE and EVERYWHERE

    And includes burning sensationsnumbnessstabbingtinglingelectrical shocks… and more.

    And that’s STILL not all of it.

    It can also trigger migrainesfatiguebrain fog… and sleep disorders

    Just to name a few.

    Doctors are often STUMPED – and some lash out at YOU with bogus “treatments,” such as antidepressant drugs.

    But new research reveals a much better solution – one that can truly treat the condition without side effects, and without insulting your intelligence.

    It’s a patented form of pine bark extract called Pycnogenol.

    In the new study, less than 1 in 5 patients in the control group had any improvement in pain from stiffness when they followed the usual advice about stretching, relaxing, and aerobics.

    But following that same advice… along with taking Pycnogenol… made a WORLD of difference

    With more than HALF getting relief.

    It was almost the same story in patients with pain from fatigue

    Of those given the Pycnogenol, nearly 60% improved… versus just 14% of those following the usual advice.

    In other words, it was 3X more effective for stiffness pain… and more than 4X better for fatigue-related pain.

    The extract was also…

    • 3X better for migraines
    • 4X more effective for other headaches
    • 10X better for brain fog, and
    • 2X as effective for fatigue.

    And it was far better for fighting off stress… and preventing the “pins and needles” feelings that plagues so many people with fibromyalgia.

    Now, ALL of these women who participated in the study showed ELEVATED levels of oxidative stress at the beginning…

    And Pycnogenol is a strong antioxidant known to HUNT DOWN free radicals to stop them from short-circuiting your cells.

    So that may be what’s going on behind the scenes with Pycnogenol and fibro.

    Here’s the best part…

    Pycnogenol is already widely used around the world. It has a long and spotless track record for both safety and effectiveness… and for dozens of common conditions and complaints.

    In other words, this ISN’T something new and weird with unknown risks.

    It’s something that’s been tried and tested – and passed with flying colors.

    So, if you have fibromyalgia yourself… and have gotten the runaround from your own doctor… consider giving this stuff a shot.

    It’s pretty widely available from established supplement makers like Swanson… Nature’s Way… Puritans Pride… Life Extension… and more.

    In Your Corner,

    Dr. Allan Spreen

  2. Exercise improves fibromyalgia symptoms

    If you have fibromyalgia (FM), the last thing you probably feel like doing is going for a brisk walk or working in the garden. But that's exactly what researchers from Johns Hopkins say will help improve your symptoms.

    Recently, JHU researchers recruited 84 FM patients with sedentary lifestyles to take part in a 12-week study. They asked half of the participants to increase their daily physical activity to include 30 minutes of moderate exercise five to seven days a week. (And we're not talking about strenuous exercise. Researchers just wanted the patients to exercise enough to get short of breath, but still be able to hold a conversation.)

    The other group of FM patients didn't make changes to their physical routine. Instead, they received education and support about fibromyalgia. The researchers also outfitted all the participants with a pedometer to record how many steps they took in a given day.

    After 12 weeks, the exercise group increased the number of steps they took per day by 54 percent. They reported significantly less pain and fewer problems functioning in their daily lives.

    In his report, lead researcher Kevin R. Fontaine, PhD, concluded, "Although exercise has been shown to be beneficial, the symptoms often create obstacles that deter many from exercising consistently enough to derive benefits." However, he continued, "Accumulating 30 minutes of [exercise] throughout the day produces clinically relevant changes in perceived physical function and pain in previously minimally active adults with FM."

    Now, if you have fibromyalgia, try starting out slow with a brisk walk up and down your street. The following week, try going a little further. Plus, remember that you don't have to get all 30 minutes of exercise at one time. You can do 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes in the evening. The goal is just to get moving to get you feeling better in the long run!

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