Fibromyalgia ranks as the second most common muscle disorder. As many as 6 to 12 million people have fibromyalgia, according to the American Chronic Pain Association. Fibromyalgia sufferers experience severe pain in the muscles and bones and other distressing symptoms.
Let’s dive into the fibromyalgia symptoms, common risk factors, and a natural treatment that works to alleviate the fibromyalgia pain.
Someone who has fibromyalgia may live through some or all the following:
Researchers have discovered a link between fibromyalgia symptoms and a malfunction in the central nervous system, particularly the manner in which the brain processes pain signals. As a result, people with fibromyalgia feel pain more intensely than normal healthy people.
For some people, the onset of fibromyalgia comes with no warning signs. What makes a person at higher risk to develop fibromyalgia? The following factors increase one’s chances of getting the disorder.
Fibromyalgia is just one of the many illnesses that upper cervical chiropractic care can treat. Upper cervical chiropractic care addresses the root cause of fibromyalgia rather than just providing temporary relief. Here at Advanced Spinal Care, we focus on the C1 and C2 vertebrae as they protect the brainstem against damage. However, if the vertebrae are misaligned, they can put pressure on the brainstem and cause it to malfunction, including malfunctioning in the sending of pain signals to the brain.
We specialize in misalignments of the upper spine and help those who have suffered a head or neck injury to restore full body function and be free from fibromyalgia. We will correct your vertebra misalignment through our gentle and science-based method. Once your vertebrae return to their proper position, you can expect a reduction in or complete disappearance of your fibromyalgia symptoms.
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