How to Get Rid of Fibromyalgia because it’s No Joke!

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Symptoms can come in many forms…

You hear about the illness “Fibromyalgia” on TV and in the news all of the time, but so many are confused as to what it actually is or means.

What exactly is fibromyalgia?

Is it some sort of mental health problem that people think they have?

The Mayo Clinic defines and describes fibromyalgia  as being an actual disorder characterized as musculoskeletal pain throughout the body.

The painful sensations become so amplified that the brain processes them often times as more painful than they are.

Along with the pain one experiences in having this disorder, people often times report feeling tired and fatigued, have issues sleeping (either too much or can’t sleep), experience moods disorders, and are also prone to forgetfulness and issues with their memory.

For the individual experiencing these things it is not very pleasant!

What causes fibromyalgia? Are people born with it or prone to developing it because of their genetics?

No one knows for sure what causes it exactly, but there are links to it starting after experiencing intense psychological stress, infection, physical trauma or surgery. It would appear that even though it appears to present itself through physical symptoms most times as burning, aching or intense stabbing sensations, there is a strong link to one’s mental perceptions leading up to the disorder.

More research is showing that it can develop over time gradually and just show up and get continually worse without there ever being a traumatizing or stressing situation. Furthermore, for whatever reason, it is more common in women than it is men.

Many individuals with fibromyalgia also experience some of the harsh symptoms that go hand in hand with it. Some of the more common discomforts are anxiety, depression, nervousness, irritable bowel syndrome, tension headaches and TMJ – temporomandibular joint syndrome.

Often times, the symptoms are treated with medications, but the underlying cause of the disorder is not corrected as there is no specific cure for it!

Some of the best treatments for fibromyalgia are pain management and relaxation methods that help individuals shift their minds off of the pain and experience sensations of well-being. Since there is no cure for it since no one knows for sure what causes it, the mind is the continual spectator and “experiencer” of all the sensations going on in the body.

Through hypnosis, potential root causes such as stress, post-traumatic stress disorders, anxiety and depressive thoughts can be removed and lesson the symptoms associated with fibromyalgia, perhaps even “curing” it if indeed the disorder was caused psychosomatically whereby the body manifested the physical symptoms due to psychological distress.

Hypnotherapy can trace back to memories or beliefs what may have been traumatizing to the individual that the “worries” became manifested as physical symptoms and ailments. If these irrational and distorted beliefs can become uncovered in hypnosis, it may alleviate the entire gambit of fibromyalgia symptoms altogether.

It likely won’t occur on one or two sessions, but patients using hypnosis report feeling more relaxed instantly, and much of the discomfort and pain associated with fibromyalgia can be controlled rather quickly.

Fibromyalgia can sap the enjoyment out of your life. As we noted the symptoms can manifest itself in many ailments and hypnosis can help and if local hypnosis help is not available then this self-hypnosis session can help you, check it out here >>>

Dr. Peter
Staff Editor
Free At Last Hypnosis

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