Often referred to as "the invisible illness", fibromyalgia carries no outward signs that could be visible to other people.
On the one hand, it may be viewed as a benefit that one appears completely healthy to others. The negative side of this is that friends and family may not legitimize your pain since they cannot see what you are going through, making it difficult for them to sympathize.
People who see you on a good day simply don’t understand why you are constantly canceling appointments or changing plans at the last minute.
Fibromyalgia is notorious for being a difficult disease to diagnose. Many patients have reported suffering for decades and visiting countless doctors before finding out what the true issue was.
One reason for this is that there is no specific lab test to determine if one has fibromyalgia. Doctors must rely on the symptoms you describe in order to make a diagnosis. Any other potential illnesses must also first be ruled out before they can come to a definite conclusion. Some people have found it helpful to keep a diary where they record how they feel on a daily basis, making it easier to then report symptoms to their doctor. The primary symptoms of fibromyalgia are chronic pain in muscles and joints throughout the body. The pain is typically accompanied by poor sleep, severe fatigue, and cognitive issues (otherwise known as "fibro fog”).
These symptoms can affect all areas of one’s life, causing even the most routine tasks of daily life to be a struggle. Many speak about being unable to work or live normally due to the severe and debilitating muscle pain, exhaustion and memory problems caused by fibromyalgia.
It’s important to remember that the symptoms of fibromyalgia can be treated.
Once one learns how to manage the symptoms, it's possible to thrive and live a happy, fulfilling and meaningful life.
Several celebrities such as actress AJ Langer and Lady Gaga have opened up publicly about their struggles with fibromyalgia, spreading awareness of the disability and raising funds for research.
Fibromyalgia research is definitely on the rise and scientists are moving forward in understanding this mysterious and complex affliction.
Perhaps the most promising treatment for fibromyalgia is low dose naltrexone (LDN). A recent study performed by Dr. Jarred Younger and colleagues at Stanford University showed that two of every three patients experienced clinically significant benefits using LDN to treat fibromyalgia symptoms.
The drug works by regulating immune function and natural pain-reducing systems in the body. LDN increases the production of endorphins, which fibromyalgia patients may be lacking. Experts believe fibromyalgia may be caused by a malfunctioning nervous system and LDN can lower inflammation in the central nervous system.
Many other studies have confirmed Dr. Younger’s findings, proving that LDN (NaltrexLow™) may be a key therapy for treating fibromyalgia patients, providing hope to sufferers worldwide.
Here’s what several fibromyalgia patients had to say after trying LDN:
"Things keep changing in my body, all for the good… I feel like a new person, alive, happy with all I can now do, no pain and with a sharp brain...For those of you who found out what this drug can do and who are trying to make people aware, bless you all.”
"I can honestly say that LDN has been a miracle drug for me. It’s changed my life for the better and has given me hope that someday many people will be able to benefit the way I have.”
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