10 Dietary Changes That Reduce Fibromyalgia Pain


Fibromyalgia affects ten million people in the U.S., mostly younger women; it’s a chronic condition that brings an aching pain and stiffness in muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Fibromyalgia is a cyclical sort of condition, developing gradually, and it’s thought to be caused by imbalances in the nervous system that magnify normal sensations, making light touches feel painful.  Besides a throbbing or burning ache anywhere in the body, fibromyalgia also involves irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), in about 40-70% of cases. The main treatment for fibromyalgia is a combination of medications and movement therapy (massage, trigger point treatment, chi gong). Nutritional supplements and diet choices are also very important in managing fibromyalgia; read on for some foods and nutrition strategies that help calm fibromyalgia pain.

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