Herbal remedies for Fibromyalgia
This disorder is estimated to affect about 10 million people in the United States and about 3.6% of the world population is reportedly suffering from this condition. Fibromyalgia becomes notice in the same manner chronic fatigue syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, chemical sensitivities, and chronic myofascial pain. And because of this, it mostly takes a long time for an accurate diagnosis to be made. Most individual suffering from fibromyalgia equally has an associated sleep disorder refer to as alpha-EEG anomaly. In this case, the individual’s deep sleep periods are episodic by bouts of waking type brain activity, leading to poor sleep. Certains individual with fibromyalgia are beset by other sleep disorders too, such as sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, and sleep myoclonus. People with fibromyalgia often experienced chronic fatigue that can vary from mild to debilitating.
The following are other disorders common in people with Fibromyalgia:
- Loss of Memory and trouble in concentrating.
- Menstrual ache.
- Sensitivity to dazzling lights or thunderous noises.
- Sensitivity to dairy goods.
- Skin sensitivities.
- Firmness in the morning and, often, when walking
- Chemical and food allergies.
- Dizziness and loss of balance.
- Severe fatigue.
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Jaw ache.
- Astragalus and Echinacea enhance immunity.
- Black walnut and garlic assists in eliminating parasites.
- Boswellia is excellently fine for morning firmness and joint pain.
- Teas made from burdock root, dandelion, and red clover improves healing by cleansing the bloodstream and enhancing immune system. Combine or interchange these herbal teas, and drink 4 to 6 cups in a day.
- Calendula or rosemary oil (or a mixture of the two), diluted with an equal quantity of water or vegetable oil and rubbed into the skin, helps to alleviate pain.
- Cayenne (capsicum) powder mixed with wintergreen oil and apply topically, can help in relieving muscle pain. Cayenne has capsaicin, a substance that inhibits the release of neurotransmitters responsible for transmitting pain sensations. Take one part cayenne powder to three parts wintergreen oil. Cayenne can also be used orally, in the form of capsule.
- Place 4 to 6 ounces of ginger powder into a fairly hot bath. This will stimulate sweating and help eliminate toxins from the body. Taken hot ginger tea will have equal effect.
- Skullcap and valerian root promote sound sleep.
- White willow bark is good for easing pain.