Affecting about 4 million people in the U.S., fibromyalgia is most common in middle-aged women. It alters how our brain processes pain, normally amplifying it, leaving the body’s pain receptors super sensitive. The condition causes pain throughout the entire body, from stabbing pain to a duller form of continuous aching, and is often followed by symptoms such as fatigue, sleep deprivation, and depression.
Some of the main symptoms of fibromyalgia include:
Fibromyalgia pain can affect one or more areas of the body, or some may also refer to as multiple “pain centers.” There might not be identifiable causes for these pains, but many people do suggest that possible pain triggers are weather changes and stressful situations.
Sensitivity to touch and environmental changes are two of the main increased sensories for people with fibromyalgia. They often experience difficulty participating in routine activities when sensitivity flares up and symptoms worsen.
Muscle and joint stiffness often affect fibromyalgia patients, especially in the morning when they try to get out of bed or after sitting down for a long time. The stiffness hardly relieves after they move around again. Some patients describe this stiffness as burning, aching, stabbing, tingling, or throbbing.
Chronic fatigue is another complication of fibromyalgia, which is inevitable since there will be no way to feel energized and healthy if we are constantly disturbed by pain and sensitivity.
Natural Remedies for Fibromyalgia
Taking magnesium can be useful for fibromyalgia patients because it can help prevent painful muscle cramps and spasms, both of which are often symptoms of fibromyalgia.
So how can you get a sufficient amount of magnesium? Consider adding it to your diet through leafy vegetables such as spinach and kale, which are also excellent for digestion. You can find magnesium in meat and milk, or choose a more straightforward option, take a magnesium supplement or multivitamin.
Try some light exercises such as yoga or Tai Chi every week. Although it might be challenging to keep up, a moderate amount of exercise per week can help relieve pain and muscle discomfort and lower the chances of experiencing sudden fibromyalgia pain. Recent studies show that participating in a yoga program for just a few hours a week can significantly help reduce pain and fatigue in fibromyalgia patients. Additionally, these yoga programs need not be carried out in public and are generally appropriate for in-home use.
The human body is made of cells, and our entire body is surrounded by an energy field, which is unique for everyone. When the energy levels are optimal, your body functions properly, and you will stay in a consistently positive emotion. Once the cells are in low energy for a long time, the organisms will become susceptible to many diseases. Also, we are more prone to mental problems such as anxiety or being overstressed.
Scalar energy can charge your cells and bring them back to normal state. Each cell functioning well in your body is fundamental to balancing your energy field, and thus relieving fibromyalgia pain and fatigue effectively.
Spooky2 Scalar is the first scalar treatment device to provide three different methods of transmitting healing scalar waves: pure scalar, molecular scalar, and Rife scalar. It has both a sender and a receiver in one set. The sender is tuned to the receiver, perfectly connected, and a scalar field is produced.
Take Rife scalar as an example:
Set up your Spooky2 Scalar devices.
Connect Generator X to Spooky2 Scalar. Tune Spooky2 Scalar.
Open Spooky2 software and go to the Presets tab. Under Shell (Empty) Presets\Scalar, click Spooky Scalar General (SS)-JW, then go to the Programs tab and search “fibromyalgia”. Double-click on the highlighted program.
Go to the Control tab and tick “Overwrite Generator”. Open a generator port and click the “Start” button.
Sit between the Transmitter and Receiver while the programs are running.
Now, it’s time to relax in the scalar field.
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