There are many natural treatments for fibromyalgia, including getting enough sleep, eating a healthy diet, minimizing stress, exercising, and counseling or therapy. Watch family medicine physician Jennifer Caudle, DO, discuss these treatment options.
Remember that each treatment is different for each patient. And it's really about coming up with a plan that works for you. So here are some things that really
might be helpful in treating your fibromyalgia. [MUSIC PLAYING]
There are many treatments for fibromyalgia. And many of them are natural. As physicians, we often feel that one
of the best ways to approach fibromyalgia is with a comprehensive treatment plan.
And that often means that we employ more than one treatment option. Remember that each treatment is different for each patient.
And it's really about coming up with a plan that works for you. So here are some things that really might be helpful in treating your fibromyalgia.
First of all, make sure you're getting plenty of rest. Sleep is so important with this condition. Make sure that you're eating a healthy, balanced diet.
That's important as well. And make sure, as well, that you minimize the stress in your life.
There are other behaviors that can be very helpful, in addition, exercises that can be helpful, aerobic exercise,
even water therapy. And don't forget things like yoga and Tai Chi. And finally, one of the other things
that can be very helpful for patients is therapy. Whether it's counseling or cognitive behavioral therapy, there's a number of different things
that could be great options for you in coming up with your comprehensive treatment plan. [MUSIC PLAYING] [HEART BEAT] [BEEPING]