Fibromyalgia: curable despite what its doctors say.
I have often told my patients that if they feel pain and pain, the best they can have is fibromyalgia. Of course, an affirmation like that tends to create some confusion, taking into account that people with fibromyalgia are always told that there is no cure for this condition. But, in fact, fibromyalgia is curable, despite what doctors say, when the underlying cause is treated.
Curing a disease requires treating the underlying cause of the disease; however, the current medical system focuses instead on the treatment of symptoms, often with extremely toxic medications. In the case of fibromyalgia, the drug Lyrica, used to treat nerve pain, fits comfortably into this category. Also, do not be fooled by the manufacturer’s television ad that suggests that the pain of fibromyalgia is due to overstimulation of nerve endings.
The pain of fibromyalgia, which is neither an inflammatory condition nor an autoimmune disease, is actually caused by the accumulation of lactic acid in muscle tissue and tendon sheaths. It is the same pain known as “muscle burn” by athletes who exercise. At this point it has become obvious that to eliminate the pain of fibromyalgia, one has to prevent the accumulation of lactic acid, which, in turn, is achieved by treating the underlying cause (s) of this condition.
There is no simple simple underlying cause for fibromyalgia, but all causes share common factors. For example, the only situation that creates an accumulation of lactic acid is persistent muscle tension for a certain period of time. There are a number of factors that can lead to muscle tension, but the focus will be on the internalization of anger.
Anger can be an extremely powerful emotion. If people do not allow it to be released, it will be internalized and produce a situation that will create persistent muscle tension, producing the accumulation of lactic acid.
Then the question arises: “Where does this anger come from?”
It seems that there are two main sources: an extremely stressful relationship, such as living with an abusive spouse, requiring “walking on eggshells” or caring for a family member, which requires putting your own life on hold until that person pass. The second main source of anger is actually much more common, and although it is not recognized as a source of anger, fortunately it is much easier to address. At this point, we have come to the most common underlying cause of fibromyalgia: the presence of excess adrenaline..
As many people know, adrenaline is known as the fight or flight hormone. It is extremely powerful and is certainly capable of generating intense anger as the “road rage”. (I will discuss the interrelationship between adrenaline and fibromyalgia, but keep in mind that this hormone is also the underlying cause of many other conditions that also felt incurable.
As mentioned above, the pain of fibromyalgia is caused by an accumulation of lactic acid due to constant muscle tension. Again, this can be caused by the anger of certain interpersonal relationships or by the release of excess adrenaline. The tension of the muscles that compress the small veins (venules) that expel the lactic acid from the muscles contributes to the accumulation. At the same time, muscle tension also compresses the lymphatic vessels that also work to remove lactic acid from the muscles. This creates a situation in which lactic acid accumulates continuously, but can not be drained.
In addition, this persistent muscle tension is responsible for the constant fatigue of which patients with fibromyalgia complain. Muscle tension is also responsible for other symptoms associated with this condition, such as temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), which causes pain and dysfunction in the jaw, teeth grinding, restless legs syndrome (RLS), sensations unpleasant in the legs and an uncontrollable urge to move them, and occipital neuritis, which is a headache often mistaken for a migraine due to its severe pain radiating from the base of the skull to the back of the eye.
If one is able to accept that excess adrenaline is the underlying cause of many cases of fibromyalgia, then one can easily postulate that the decrease in adrenaline may be curative of this condition, and it is. In addition, the elimination of stresses caused by the actions of other people can also cure fibromyalgia caused by unfortunate life situations. I have witnessed this repeatedly in multiple cases. It may not be easy to get rid of an abusive spouse, organize the caregivers of a family member or even part with a pet that causes anger, but the health rewards are worth it.
To lower adrenaline levels, we must first understand why the body overproduces this hormone. Until a certain time in history, the body only produced excess adrenaline in times of danger. It allowed people to face danger or flee from it, the fight or flight response. Such a physical response lasted only a few minutes, and as soon as the danger passed, the level of adrenaline returned to normal. Today, however, there are people who release adrenaline all day and night without being in danger. Then, why is this?
First, some background information. It is important to understand that the brain uses more sugar than any other part of the body. When sugar is removed from the brain, the brain falls asleep. This is commonly known as hypoglycemia. People are often sleepy between 3 and 4 pm, when insulin levels peak. When insulin increases, blood sugar goes down. Some people become hypoglycemic after eating, simply because the foods stimulate the release of insulin (some foods more than others). It is also not uncommon for people to fall asleep in a car, either as a driver or as a passenger. The reason for this is that the brain consumes a large amount of fuel when a person travels in a car. From the point of view of survival,
Therefore, each time the body detects a low amount of fuel in the brain, it releases adrenaline to raise sugar levels. It is a process called gluconeogenesis, mediated by the sympathetic nervous system, and allows the conversion of proteins into sugar. Now we are at the point where it is possible to visualize how fibromyalgia can significantly improve simply by providing the brain with the fuel needed to avoid the need to release adrenaline. In general, it only takes about 24 hours to significantly reduce adrenaline. This reduction causes a relaxation of muscle tension and an improvement in circulation, which allows the elimination of excess lactic acid.
The best sugar for the brain can be found in green vegetables. However, the best fuels for the brain are the oils that create ketone bodies in the brain, such as coconut or palm oil. When you incorporate these foods into your diet, you should notice a reduction in the symptoms of excess adrenaline quite quickly. The other important component that is needed to reduce adrenaline is to use bioidentical progesterone cream that has a concentration of 5 percent (50 mg) per pump, the amount needed to block adrenaline and control insulin. In addition, auxiliary aids to help with the symptoms of fibromyalgia include d-ribose, magnesium, coenzyme Q10 and, undoubtedly, a high dose of vitamin D3 (10,000 to 15,000 IU per day), along with vitamin K2 (MK- 7)..
In general terms, the use of these methods often leads to a cure for fibromyalgia in three days to three weeks..