Fibromyalgia: Curable Despite What Your Doctors Says

Taking a Natural Approach to Finding a Cure

By Michael E. Platt, MD

I have often told my patients that if they are feeling aches and pains, the best thing they can have is fibromyalgia. Of course, a statement like that tends to create some confusion, considering that people with fibromyalgia are always told 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 condition; however, today’s medical system concentrates instead on treating symptoms, often with extremely toxic medications. Modifying diet and lifestyle can improve this condition. In the case of fibromyalgia, the drug Lyrica, used to treat nerve pain, fits comfortably into this category. In addition, do not be deceived by the manufacturer?s TV ad suggesting that the pain of fibromyalgia is due to the overstimulation of nerve endings.

The pain of fibromyalgia, which is neither an inflammatory condition nor an autoimmune disease, is actually caused by the buildup of lactic acid in muscle tissue and tendon sheaths. It is the same pain referred to as “muscle burn” by athletes who work out. At this point it has become obvious that in order to eliminate the pain of fibromyalgia, one has to prevent the buildup of lactic acid, which, in turn, is accomplished by treating the underlying cause(s) of this condition.

There is no simple, one-size-fits-all underlying cause of fibromyalgia, but all causes share common factors. For example, the only situation that creates a buildup of lactic acid is persistent muscle tension over a certain amount of time. There are a number of things that can lead to muscle tension, but the one we will focus on is 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 creating persistent muscle tension, producing the buildup of lactic acid.

So the question arises: “Where does this anger come from”?

There appear to be two major sources: an extremely stressful relationship, such as living with an abusive spouse, necessitating walking on eggshells; or caregiving for a family member, requiring putting one’s own life on hold until that person passes on. The second major source of anger is actually a lot more common, and although it is consistently unrecognized as a source of anger, it is thankfully a lot easier to address. At this point we have arrived at the most common underlying cause of fibromyalgia: the presence of excess adrenaline.

As many people are aware, adrenaline is known as the fight-or-flight hormone. It is extremely powerful and is certainly capable of creating intense anger such as “road rage.” (I will be discussing the interrelationship between adrenaline and fibromyalgia, but please be aware that this hormone is also the underlying cause of many other conditions that are also felt to be incurable.)

As previously mentioned, the pain of fibromyalgia is caused by a buildup of lactic acid from constant muscle tension. Again, this can be caused by anger from certain interpersonal relationships or from the release of excess adrenaline. Contributing to the buildup is the tension of the muscles compressing small veins venules which carry lactic acid out of muscles. At the same time, muscle tension similarly compresses lymphatic vessels that also function to remove lactic acid from muscles. This creates a situation where the lactic acid is continuously building up, but is not able to be drained.

In addition, this persistent muscle tension is responsible for the constant fatigue that fibromyalgia patients complain of. 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 the grinding of teeth, restless leg syndrome (RLS) unpleasant sensations in the legs and an uncontrollable urge to move them and occipital neuritis, which is a headache often confused with a migraine because of 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 lowering of adrenaline can actually be curative of this condition and it is. Additionally, eliminating those 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 might not be easy getting rid of an abusive spouse, arranging caretakers for a family member, or even separating from a pet that causes anger, but the health rewards are worth pursuing these changes.

To lower adrenaline levels, we must first understand why the body overproduces this hormone. Up until a certain time in history, the body only produced excess adrenaline in times of danger. It allowed people to either face the danger or run away from it?the fight-or-flight response. Such a physical response lasted only a few minutes, and as soon as the danger passed, the adrenaline level returned to normal. Today, however, there are people who release adrenaline all day and night without being in danger. So why is this?

First, a little background information. It is important to understand that the brain uses more sugar than any other part of the body. When sugar is taken away from the brain, the brain falls asleep. This is commonly referred to as hypoglycemia. People often get sleepy between 3 and 4 p.m., when insulin levels peak. When insulin goes up, blood sugar goes down. Some people get hypoglycemic after eating, simply because food stimulates the release of insulin (some foods more than others). It is also not unusual for people to get sleepy in a car, either as a driver or as a passenger. The reason for this is that the brain uses up a lot of fuel when a person is riding in a car. From a survival standpoint, the body always wants to make sure the brain has enough fuel.

Thus, any 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 for the conversion of protein into sugar. We are now at the point that it is possible to visualize how fibromyalgia can be significantly improved simply by providing the brain with the necessary fuel to prevent the need for releasing adrenaline. Generally speaking, 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 for 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 those oils that create ketone bodies in the brain, such as coconut oil or palm oil. By incorporating these foods into your diet, you should notice a reduction in symptoms of excess adrenaline fairly rapidly. The other major component needed for reducing adrenaline is using bio-identical progesterone cream that has a strength of 5 percent (50 mg) per pump?the amount required to block adrenaline and control insulin. Additionally, ancillary aids to help with the symptoms of fibromyalgia include d-ribose, magnesium, coenzyme Q10, and certainly a high dose of vitamin D3 (10,000 to 15,000 IU per day), along with vitamin K2 (MK-7).

Generally speaking, use of these methods often leads to a cure for fibromyalgia in three days to three weeks.


About the Author:

Michael E. Platt, MD, has been board-certified in internal medicine. Known internationally as a specialist in bio-identical hormones, he is the author of The Miracle of Bio-Identical Hormones and Adrenaline Dominance. Visit him at

53 Comments on Fibromyalgia: Curable Despite What Your Doctors Says

  1. This is brilliant and it makes perfect sense! I have dealt with Fibromyalgia for 15 years and studied and tried every possible protocol. None have completely worked. The adrenaline issue could result from many different issues that all lead to Fibromyalgia! Thank you for sharing this wonderful information. Amanda

    • I’ve had FM for 25 years, diagnosed 15 years ago. This is the first article I’ve read that makes sense. I’m not angry but my spring is wound tight, over achiever, extremely active. The cure for FM ( for me) is exercise. As long as I work out I can keep it in check with rate exceptions. I recently had a total knee replacement, which is a huge assault/stressor to my body. I couldn’t exercise, my stress level was very high over recovery. FM attacked in a way I’d never experienced. (As thought TKA was not enough to deal with.). I’ve gone to a completely clean diet, still not letting up of the FM symptoms. Started this articles recommendations and it is night and day. Everything about this article just makes sense for me. I’ve never had any major emotional or physical traumas until total knee replacement. Great parents, wonderful life, married 34 years to a fabulous man. Great, successful kids and beautiful healthy grandchildren. But my spring is wound tight… 110 mph a day. Until I crash with FM. But no more. I am cured. I KNOW there is a cure for everyone. Just keep searching.

  2. I have always believed this! Just did not know quite how to articulate it. I felt it was a combination of RSI,a traumatic ATV accident and then life stress in switching careers. I was constantly in flight or fight for 13yrs my body just could not take it. My first symptoms were like I had done a hardcore workout and pain in the base of my skull. No one would listen. I have searched for natural cures forever. I do take Co Q10, PQQ and glutamine but how do you get an Rx for the topical progesterone? Thank you so much for this article as it makes all my suspicions a reality!

    • Hi Christine! I realize this is an old post, but wanted to put this information out there in case anyone skimming the comments could use it. You do not need an Rx for topical progesterone (you do need it, however, for oral progesterone, which I’ve taken and did not like the effects of at all). I have been using topical progesterone for almost 5 years and would not go a month without it!! I actually did once and had a huge FM crash. Topical progesterone is easily available on Amazon or anywhere you can buy natural supplements online. I recently became sensitive to the lotion base used in the creams and switched to a progesterone oil instead. Progestelle is the brand. I’ve been using it for 4 months and it works amazing! I’d highly recommend checking it out. Good luck on your journey!

    • it was debunked. And my brain NEVER falls asleep. That’s one of the problems with fibro. And vitamin D? Please.. maybe this is just a very old article?

      • Vitamin D3 is a real factor for fibromyalgia,,, I don’t know who told u it is debunked. If you were tested, with Fibro/cfs, you would surely be deficient. I don’t mean to be mean!

    • I would still be willing to believe the soreness could be caused by micro trauma to the muscles and fascia due to constant over exertion and lack of proper recovery time. The fascia is chock full of nerves, and my fascial pain from an old back injury tends to radiate outward during stressful events. Dehydration also seems to play a factor for me, I believe since dryness exacerbates micro tearing. I read somewhere that the same glands on your kidneys that make adrenaline and cortisol also make a hormone called aldosterone that regulates how much water and electrolytes stay in your blood (which makes sense, because that’s what your kidneys are all about.) So, low adrenal gland function could also play a role, there. This also makes sense, since how much fluid is in your blood partially controls blood pressure, and we’ve all heard that during periods of HIGH adrenaline, your blood pressure stereotypically goes up. Of course, blood pressure is also controlled by vascular tension. I switched doctors a couple years ago and was finally able to get acknowledgement for my Reynaud’s condition. The doctor put me on the blood pressure medicine procardia to help try to relax my veins. At the same time, she suggested I look into Sjorgens syndrome to see if I thought any of the symptoms sounded familiar. Sjorgens is an auto immune disorder where your body attacks your moisture producing glands around the body. I don’t know if I have it, but I certainly seem to be on the drier side. What got me is when I heard of an old folk remedy that’s supposed to be the best thing you can do for a cold because it stimulates your immune system: wear wet socks to bed. Having cold feet makes your immune system go into overdrive! My cold feet are caused by muscle tension caused by stress and poor blood pressure control, exacerbates by problems with fluid retention. All caused by constant, carefully controlled anger! Yes, I could definitely believe that. I’m curious how many fibromyalgia sufferers are first or only children, because my mom doesn’t have it, but my aunt does, and I always thought she and I were a lot alike in how we “controlled” (or whatever) our stress because we were both first horns.

    • It was. Anybody who actually has Fibromyalgia knows that the pain has nothing to do with lactic acid and this doesn’t explain why antibodies are found in the different glands of the endocrine system either

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  4. Very interesting. I was treated for Hepatitis C with Harvoni. I notice upon taking the drug that I felt, what I described as, a fresh sensation coursing through my body. Perhaps this was adrenaline. Ever since treatment, I have had a new kind of pain – tension in my muscles. I’m going to try this protocol.

  5. It’s similar to tying up in horses. This us why massage therapy works so well for me…it moves the toxins and lactic acid out of the tissues and improves lymphatic drainage. I’ve recently read that thiamine helps. Worth a try.

  6. I have lived with fibro for 30 years. I used to have pets, dogs and cats for one. I am now so allergic to them that even the allergists cant get me to tolerate being around them. I am still taking shots but can’t get above 31. Most people start immunotherapy above that number. Sleep problems, memory,bowel problems. pain, stiffness, skin rashes, itchyness, chemical sensitive, hair loss,faigue,numbness, swollen hands and feet, allergic to 75% of my surroundings to name a few symptoms.I don’t have an angry bone in my body and believe it or not I volunteer an hour 4 days a week to help the less fortunate than myself.This Dr needs to talk to my allergist so I can be cured…if I am not careful I could go into anaphylaxis. My belief in my higher power is what keeps me smiling even through all this.I would like to live again because I get 4 hours a day that I do function most days. Lastly I drink smoothies with kale spinach broccoli blue berries soy milk and protein powder most days for better health.

    • I’m very skeptical of this article as well. It does not aline with anything I’ve learned about Fibromyalgia in the last 5 years.

    • I would like to recommend a salicylate free diet for you, including meds, for your rashes, etc. Also try Phenogest digestive enzymes before meals and Great Lakes Collagen in your shakes. This was the underlying problem for me, caused by leaky gut. I assume you are already gluten free? Gluten will also cause rashes and leaky gut, as well as pain.

      • I do believed with Brenda. Salicylic acid free and starch food help to removed the lactic acid. I discovered I have fibromyalgia last 2009 and read about guafinesin cap can help eliminate the lactic acid. Anyone notice when you touch where pain and felt like a lump that was lactic acid accumulate in our body. Massage can help too.
        This article was very good. Very detailed explanation where the lactic acid came and how to cure the pain. I will try his advice. I?m been very stressful in my life and lots of anger.
        I didn?t know that fibromyalgia was curable. I thought I would life my entire life with fibromyalgia. Now I know there?s other alternative. Right now I?m taking lyrica and guafinesin, vit. D3 but needs to increase the dose.
        I suggest to everyone suffering fibromyalgia read the book of Dr Armand ? what your doctor may not tell you about fibromyalgia ?

    • Water-walking, gentle swimming, and eating “clean” (Paleo Diet/no grains/no dairy/no additives/no preservatives/no processed foods of any kind), becoming willing to forgive any person I had the least bit of unforgiveness toward and any situation I had the least bit of resentment about began a great deal of healing for me. I then lost 25 lbs and that helped further. I trust in the healing Jesus afforded me on the cross and I believe with all my heart I get better every day. These are some things that helped me.

  7. Fibromyalgia is none other than a manifestation of Tension Myoneural Syndrome, resulting from stress, anger and fear of things or of the pain itself. I had very severe symptoms and was cured by following the free online TMS recovery program and by reading Dr Sarnos books. I am very angry that people keep saying that fibromyalgia cannot be cured, condemning people to a lifetime of suffering. This article provides a more scientific explanation to its mechanics but at the end of it all fibromyalgia resulta from stressful situations and CAN be cured by dealing with stress and through paychotherapy.

    • I am living proof that is not correct. I read those articles and there was not a single cited study or even a reference,just generalities. I have been through extensive counselling/therapy and as necessary as that is it cannot cure the disregulation of the neuroendocrine system. Abuse and trauma over an extensive period of time can change brain chemistry permanently – therapy cannot undo that. How TMS, most commonly associated with back pain can be equated to the myriad of potential symptoms of FMS is too big a stretch to plausibly connect them. I’ve been sick for 36yrs and if therapy was the answer I would have been well 20yrs ago when I finally escaped my abusers and began counselling in earnest.

      • I’m not the one to judge your personal efforts. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to conduct precise studies on the issue, because every person is different, so every person’s pain manifests itself a bit differently. Did you try out a TMS recovery programme, involving daily work (there is a free one on the TMS wiki, and another program, Unlearn Your Pain, that you have to pay for). If you keep believing that your problems are structural, you will never improve though, the trick is convincing yourself that you can heal – I didn’t emphasize that in my last post.
        TMS is not solely back pain, back pain is simply a common manifestation. I had pain in my piriformis, in the tendons and muscles on my knees and calves, in my neck, shoulders, elbows and hands, both sides, places which doctors associate with fibromyalgia. I couldn’t even walk for 5 minutes without excruciating pain. Today I can hike all day and I also rock climb. And the trick was also starting to exercise a little more each day without fearing the pain that might come afterwards. If you keep fearing the pain, it will keep coming, it’s all a vicious cycle. To be honest my psychotherapist only helped me after I started the recovery process myself. You cannot solely depend on a doctor or psychotherapist to heal, it will have to come from you.
        Once again, I don’t know what you have or haven’t tried exactly, but believing that you cannot heal might be blocking your progress. Your trauma might have happened a long time ago, and you might think it’s ‘over’, but your unconscious remembers it only too well, and your body has probably developed a vicious pain cycle as a way to deal with it.
        Let me know if you try the TMS programme (religiously), since so far I haven’t heard of a single person who didn’t benefit from it, even if not completely.

        • I am still living proof it doesn’t work. What you advocate is old news to many of us and when we tried it we were so desperate to be well we gave it everything. It cannot help someone who has FM resulting from an Acquired Brain Injury neither can it help someone whose prepubescent years were the initial onset period unless it is done before certain parts of the brain lose their plasticity. The brain we know now has an incredible ability to utilise another part of the brain and conpensate for function but it isn’t possible in every circumstance. There are other programmes out there virtually the same as well offered by many different people, this is not a unique approach any longer. I wish I had my money and effort back for all the alternative methods I was told were guaranteed to succeed. There is nothing that I and others have not thrown at this condition to no avail and much disappointment in the wasted finance and energy.

        • Hi Miriam,

          I totally agree with everything you say, I have fibro and am battling to free myself from it even though I know it is TMS I would really like to be in contact with you if that would be OK. Appreciate your insight on here. Thanks Very Much and Best of Luck to you and everyone battling this crazy thing. Liz

      • Miriam, I completely agree. ‘Talking therapies’ didn’t help me either, by the time I engaged in it, my ‘trauma’ had well and truly manifested itself physiologically after years and years of nocturnal panic attacks, preventing me from sleeping. More importantly, preventing me from having the necessary REM level of restorative sleep essential to process all those traumatic memories – resulting in me being ‘stuck’ emotionally and then physically for years…..I hold out hope that EMDR will enable me to process those memories finally with mimicking the eye movements that I needed to reach but failed to in my superficial and disrupted levels of sleep. Does this resonate with anyone?

    • Miriam is right. Miriam, I feel sorry that you are so accustomed to being sick that you are unable to accept the fact that you can become better. You are set in your belief that you will never recover and until that changes you will not. Fibromyalgia is TMS and ultimately dysfunction of the limbic system. Do the entire TMS wiki Structured Program, and purchase Annie Hopper’s limbic system DVDs- devote yourself to both programs (one requires journaling and reading for about 30 mins a day for 4 weeks, the other requires a set of mental exercises an hour a day for 3-6 months). If you’re not willing to do this or have already accepted they “don’t work” before you try them then you will continue to suffer and not be helped or live life to the fullest. Am so sick of the (*false*) negativity and also the false claims (made by medical doctors and pharmaceutical companies who are not interested in finding a cure bc it means less business for them) that fibro is incurable. You can be cured, but it has to start with you. Diagnosed with fibro myself at age 15 and recovered this last year at 21. Years of excruciating pain and suffering- lost my entire teenagehood. Now I have my life back. I pray everyone will try these effective methods that will truly cure them and not keep them in the loop of pain and suffering that the medical establishment will hold you prison to

    • Miriam is right. Mirim, I feel sorry that you are so accustomed to being sick that you are unable to accept the fact that you can become better. You are set in your belief that you will never recover and until that changes you will not. Fibromyalgia is TMS and ultimately dysfunction of the limbic system. Do the entire TMS wiki Structured Program, and purchase Annie Hopper’s limbic system DVDs- devote yourself to both programs (one requires journaling and reading for about 30 mins a day for 4 weeks, the other requires a set of mental exercises an hour a day for 3-6 months). If you’re not willing to do this or have already accepted they “don’t work” before you try them then you will continue to suffer and not be helped or live life to the fullest. Am so sick of the (*false*) negativity and also the false claims (made by medical doctors and pharmaceutical companies who are not interested in finding a cure bc it means less business for them) that fibro is incurable. You can be cured, but it has to start with you. Diagnosed with fibro myself at age 15 and recovered this last year at 21. Years of excruciating pain and suffering- lost my entire teenagehood. Now I have my life back. I pray everyone will try these effective methods that will truly cure them and not keep them in the loop of pain and suffering that the medical establishment will hold you prison to

  8. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia around 6 years ago although I’m certain I have had it much longer than that. I have suffered from sleeplessness, joint stiffness, severe pains, depression and fatigue. My neurologist prescribed duloxetin 40mg daily (Given as 20mg twice daily), although it did relieve some of the pain, I still suffered from joint stiffness and extreme fatigue. Finally, i started on Fibromyalgia herbal formula i ordered from NewLife Herbal Clinic, this herbal formula did the magic! almost immediately i started usage, i started noticing a general reduction of symptoms including the very severe pains and fatigue. 9 weeks into usage, the disease has totally succumbed to this herbal treatment. The whole pains and terrible fatigue has seized and i am now able to function fully well again. (Visit www .newlifeherbalclinic . com or email [email protected] newlifeherbalclinic . com) I’m able to get out of bed in the morning and have more energy to go about my daily activities.

  9. I already do all these things you suggest plus more. I do feel less symptoms when I juice fresh green juice but these things that you suggest do not cure fibromyalgia.

    • I have tried dozens of cures, remedies, therapy, and for most of my life I have had trouble. My fibro has been around for most of my life until they figured it out. I have had test after test and still it remains. I do not have the so called brain sleep and I am a woman of faith. So I can tell you I am not an angry person either. This is more snake oil.

  10. Toxicity.
    That’s all.
    Toxic chemicals.
    Toxic food.
    Toxic environmental factors like mold.
    Look that stuff up.
    Also, get your b5 and b6 checked.
    Atlas Orthogonal Chiro practic can help as well.

  11. In a recent study of women with fibro, every single one had been sexually abused as a child. The brain doesn’t develop right and each part affects another. It may not be possible to turn off fight or flight in everybody, depending on the extent of abuse effect.

    • I have no trouble believing that Amy,and it’s not restricted to just sexual abuse. They did a study with rats. 3 groups, the first was put in a box type thing and was shocked with electricity. They were allowed to run away immediately to escaped further shocks. The second was allowed to escape but there was a delay of several seconds. The third was not allowed to escape and was made to stay and take more. The result was the third group developing what the researcher said best imitated the symptoms of Fibromyalgia. The rats stopped protesting and trying to get away and just stood there and took it because there was no point in trying to escape when it had been proven to them they were trapped. Basically if you treat someone so badly they give up you have the environment for diseases and conditions like Fibro. Lack of hope is often a deciding factor in many situations as to whether complete recovery is possible. When children are abused it does incredible damage to a developing psyche and body, and the onset time can contribute significantly to how medical conditions progress and whether recovery is possible. Children can end up with mental health issues from the same abusive treatment. Children are referred to as being so resilient but it’s not true, they feel the pain of abuse acutely, and because they can’t do anything about it at that point means plenty of time for illnesses like Fibromyalgia to get a strong foothold and to change the chemistry of that developing brain.

  12. Just read an article by Dr Myhill that got me thinking. In it she she states that lactic acid is metabolised in the liver by lactate dehydrogenase. This made me recall a blood test I had a couple of years ago. It was a comprehensive one which covered all the usual suspects but it also included lactate dehydrogenase (ldh) too. When my results came back it said I was deficient and that it could have been caused by too much vit c in my diet. I knew this could not be the case. I visited my GP who looked on the internet for no longer than 5 mins and said that HIGH ldh was a problem not low and I was sent on my way. I looked into this further and found that people can be genetically predisposed to ldh deficiency and it CAN cause muscle pain and fatigue. The medical community have yet to find a treatment or cure for this. I’m just wondering if because of a lack of ldh there inevitably leads to a build of lactic acid in the muscles which creates acidosis? Could this be a factor in fibromyalgia or cfs? Any thoughts pls?

  13. Hi – I’m curious how many of the commenters actually tried the progesterone approach. I have used the progesterone cream, and am ecstatic to report that it has worked for me – I am 100% PAIN FREE – not even kidding! My sister died from taking Lyrica so I’ve been looking for a completely different approach and I wish I could call her right now and tell her to try the cream – but I don’t get that option and I’m so sad for all she went through before she died and so angry every time I see a Lyrica commercial on tv. VERY HAPPY that I read this article and followed the recommended protocol! BTW the progesterone bio-identical 5% – is available online and even saw Amazon selling it. Thank you thank you thank you for this article!

    • I have no nerve damage but fibro nerve pain. My doc prescribed estrogen and micronized progesterone. I am interested in finding out about progesterone alone and why you need to take it without estrogen for it to help w fibro. Also it terrifies me to read that your sister died from Lyrica as I can?t handle life without it. I am currently doing TMS with a Dr who supports Sarnos work and find it gives me hope and releases trauma from anger towards me from others and anger at myself. Can someone explain the progesterone alone? Was it organ damage from Lyrica that killed your sister?

  14. I am Allen Swift i was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I have from moderate to severe pain in most parts of my body, been tested for a lot of things and all came back ok. I have had a lot of stomach pain, there was a day i received a message from my old time friend who has been away for many years he told me he heard about my illness and he directed me to Standard Herbs Home and i contacted them and purchased their herbal medicine and followed the instructions after 4 weeks i was cure from fibromyalgia. Thanks to STANDARD HERBS HOME.

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    Aiden Lucas
    I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia for 3 years, and it was very painful some days. I was taken methocarbamol to relieve the pain. Sometimes it helps and other days it doesn’t. it was killing me for 3 years, doctor said there was no cure. So I tried to live with it and it wasn’t easy.My childhood friend introduced me to Dr George (Good health herbs home),Dr George fibromyalgia herbal remedy cured me within 6 weeks of usage ,am fibromyalgia free now 100%.for more information visit www goodhealthherbshome com

  16. Aiden Lucas
    I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia for 3 years, and it was very painful some days. I was taken methocarbamol to relieve the pain. Sometimes it helps and other days it doesn’t. it was killing me for 3 years, doctor said there was no cure. So I tried to live with it and it wasn’t easy.My childhood friend introduced me to Dr George (Good health herbs home),Dr George fibromyalgia herbal remedy cured me within 6 weeks of usage ,am fibromyalgia free now 100%

  17. Please………..just take time to live.
    Stop looking at your body and all its flaws with a magnifiying glass.
    You only have one life to live.
    Enjoy, laugh, have a drink, hang on with people who do not take pleasure talking of medecine.


    • Yolande, you are typical of a person, who has little or no physical pain in their life – I can assure you those with this condition wouldn’t wish it on their worst enemy. It’s a sad character flaw to lack compassion for those who suffer 24/7…

  18. What herbs are in the fibromyalgia treatment? How do I get the product? My sister has it really bad. You can reach her 1-719-539-7817 between 11:00 AM and 11: PM Colorado time. Thanks so much

  19. Fibro sufferer for 11 years.
    Went on veg and fruit, fat diet for 2 week and avoided everything else. pain reduced 90%. stayed on it for 2 months, it was wonderful, virtually no pain. then got back to normal diet, meet, cheese, rice. pain starts coming back in a day. I think its food allergy and eating only green, veggies, bone both etc can heal the gut and cure it. Now I am back on veggie and fruits, my problem is that I am losing weight, which I do not need to.

  20. Hello , i have a freind who has fibromyalgia but it started after a horse fell on top of her , is it considered the same type as fibromyalgia that isn’t the consequence of accidents ?

  21. As Michael E. Platt discusses in his article, my anger and unresolved issues were certainly a big part of my illness.

    I suffered with painful, chronic, debilitating fibromyalgia for more years than I can count. Nothing helped, and I tried everything I could find, both medical and alternative. Desperate, with nowhere left to turn, l was preparing to spend what I was certain would be my final days on this plane in misery in a nursing home.

    Unexpectedly my Uncle Bill, a free thinker and avid reader who was forever sending me books on spirituality and healing that went beyond the medical, phoned. He told me about an amazing couple, who had helped him, my aunt, several cousins, and the people who introduced him to them with all manner of issues. He assured me if anyone could help me they could.

    Eager to learn more about this special healing work my uncle had such faith in I researched their website then phoned and made an appointment to see them. For the first time in a long time I felt true hope that there was help for me.

    In great pain I managed to fly to see them. Tirelessly they worked on me for several days using energy work unlike anything I had ever experienced, creating such tingling and sensations throughout my body. They introduced me to juicing fruits and vegetables specific to my body’s needs. They suggested eliminating sugar, dairy, wheat, and as many processed foods as possible—healthy eating that at last had a meaningful direction. We discussed the numerous unresolved issues in my life which I had never revealed to anyone. Instead I just tried to suppress them. Unfortunately they kept resurfacing helping to make me so very ill.

    I continued to see these dear friends who helped me so very much. With each visit I learned more about helping myself to heal. We discussed my “people pleasing.” I never showed others who I truly was. I merely tried to be the person I thought others wanted me to be. I was not honest about who I am. How could anyone truly know or like me if I didn’t know and like myself.

    I exerced, first walking in a pool and swimming. Gradually I increasing the distance I walked and swam. I walked around my block, remembering to roll my feet instead of dragging them. With each step I’d repeat heal, ball, toe, to remind myself. The pains continued to dissipate. I continued juicing, and healthy eating became a way of life, as did exercise—water aerobics, yoga stretches, walking and being honest with myself. and others.

    I have been in remission, pain and prescription free for nearly twenty years thanks to my dear friends and their special help! Wellness is truly physical, emotional, and spiritual. I’m also grateful to my uncle for introducing me to the unique mind/body/spirt wellness work and that quite literally saved my very life!

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