Fibromyalgia Relief – Kirkland Health Institute
How to Successfully Treat Fibromyalgia
If you’re like so many that suffer from fibromyalgia, you’re tired of declarations by doctors that you’re imagining your symptoms, or if they do believe you they prescribe medicines that have absolutely no effect.
So how can fibromyalgia be successfully and effectively treated? Read More …..
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So how can fibromyalgia be successfully and effectively treated?
Begin by recognizing that fibromyalgia requires neurological and metabolic procedures and testing. Continue reading →
Because there are so many and varied symptoms experienced with Fibromyalgia, it can be quite difficult to diagnose. Because the person who has been diagnosed with this syndrome often looks perfectly healthy, thus people around them may wonder if their pain is real.
If you are one of the 3-5% that have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, you know the pain and symptoms are real, you know what you must deal with on a daily basis. Continue reading →