One condition that is becoming more and more common today is Fibromyalgia. That being said, it is still one of the conditions that is often misdiagnosed. It may be confused with conditions such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or even Arthritis. So, let’s look at what is Fibromyalgia and better yet, what can be done about it!
What is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is diagnosed as chronic pain in the muscles and soft tissue, which also includes stiffness as well as other conditions which are stress-related. The reason it is often misdiagnosed, is due to the fact that the symptoms can be quite general, meaning that it could be related to many other conditions. Treatments available usually includes stress management, lifestyle changes and certain medication obtained with a script from you doctor.
The most common symptoms to occur together when diagnosed with Fibromyalgia includes chronic muscle pain, fatigue, sleep disturbances, painful trigger points, decreased pain threshold, anxiety and depression.
Choosing a natural alternative therapy to assist in the management of the related symptoms is possible with Cupping Therapy. The benefits of using this age-old therapy for Fibromyalgia is that there is no risk of the damages caused by medications on the organs and using cupping therapy, you can treat yourself anytime, as the need arises.
How does Cupping Therapy work for Fibromyalgia?
The reason why cupping therapy works for Fibromyalgia is due to the fact that it relieves pain instantly by removing pressure causing toxins from the tissues as well as stimulating a powerful surge of fresh blood supply. This brings your body’s natural pain killers, straight to the problem area as well as relaxing the tissues and fibers. Cupping Therapy is also very relaxing and calms your nerves, literally, by placating your parasympathetic nervous system or “fight or flight” response.
Use the cups by just applying The Aches and Pains Get Lost Genie oil-lotion, a formula packed with homeopathic and aromatherapy ingredients for pain relief, squeeze the cup to create a vacuum, and start massaging the area in circular motions. Cupping Therapy has been used for thousands of years, bringing relief to many conditions and concerns.