The short answer is yes. However, it will take some work on your part.
Identifying aggravating factors is a must. These can include things such as too much, too little activity, or the wrong kind, identifying and treating other conditions that cluster with fibromyalgia, not managing stress, not managing sleep disorders, and evaluating your medications.
When we know the exact cause, biomarkers are developed, and more research conducted, then we can pave a way toward a cure. Until then, symptom management is necessary in an effort to decrease the amount of stress put on the brain, which we know is dysfunctional in the way it receives and dispatches messages to other organs and parts of the body.
In healing and hope, Celeste
All blogs, posts and answers are not meant to replace medical advice.
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