When I visit Internet forums, I often see people wondering if there will ever be a cure for fibromyalgia.
But a quick cure isn’t what I’m looking for. That’s because I don’t believe it exists. And a one-shot treatment that removes symptoms and restores health will probably never exist.
That’s because what we call “fibromyalgia” is really a constellation of symptoms, rather than a disease. It seems to arise from stress and general poor health. That’s why restoring health with diet and nutrition is, in my humble non-professional opinion, usually the best approach.
Another thing to consider is how different we are. We have different metabolisms. We react differently to drugs. We react differently to natural remedies. We even react differently to food. That’s why the idea of a single magic bullet that helps everyone is probably unrealistic.
Is There a Cure for Fibromyalgia Syndrome?
But that’s the bad news. The good news is that a seemingly growing number of people (myself included) are recovering from chronic pain.
My pain was once so bad I could barely walk. Now I can walk again. My pain level is minimal. I feel as if I have my life back.
Early on, I realized drugs were not the answer. They weren’t going to lead to greater wellness. They weren’t going to correct the underlying cause of my pain. Even worse, they could cause potentially life threatening side effects. Short of that, they’d likely add another layer of stress. At the very least, they’d make my body work harder to eliminate them, potentially putting more strain on my vital organs.
I never expected drugs to cure me. Instead, I depended totally upon diet changes and natural remedies to heal my pain. I truly believe our bodies are designed to heal. Given the right tools, they will do that.
Is There a Cure for Fibro?
I don’t think there will ever be a cure for fibromyalgia. And I’m totally fine with that. That’s because instead of waiting for a cure, it’s possible to improve your health, right now, at this very moment.
I encourage all of my readers to take advantage of real food. Aside from providing nutrition, food can be used as medicine. Herbs and spices contain natural anti-inflammatory compounds. If we can reduce inflammation, we’ve just taken a huge step toward feeling better.
Can You Treat Fibro Naturally?
In my own quest to regain my health, I zeroed in on my inflammation level. It was pretty much off the charts. Some inflammation is good and healthy, as long as it can switch itself off. This doesn’t happen with chronic inflammation. The inflammatory response stays high, even when you’re not fighting an infection. Reducing inflammation, is the key to reducing pain.
My online course on Natural Pain Management Strategies includes countless ways to reduce inflammation naturally, without drugs. Some of them I’m quite sure you’ve never even heard of. This easy-to-follow course was my road map to wellness. It’s designed to give other people plenty of ideas of how to find the right ways to regain their health, naturally. If you’d like more information, click on the image below.
Can You Cure Fibromyalgia Naturally?
Anyway, as you’ve probably guess if you’ve read this far, I’ve totally given up on the idea of a cure. Actually, I never wished for that, only because I knew it probably isn’t possible.
There’s also a hidden benefit to not have a cure. (Really, there is.) That’s because it appears that fibromyalgia symptoms arise from poor health. A wonder drug, no matter how wonderful it is, won’t lead to better health. It may dull pain, but the underlying illness is still there.
Instead, if we want to get better, we need to work on our health. We need to eat nutritious food. We need to pay attention to environmental toxins. We need to find a way to manage our stress. Or, potentially find an escape from stressful situations.
We also need to pay attention to our adrenal glands. That’s because some holistic health experts believe that what we call “fibromyalgia” is really adrenal fatigue, a condition caused by chronic stress. So if that’s the case, we need to take good care of our tired adrenals, so they can heal. This requires a lifestyle change, not a drug.