Fibromyalgia Pain is it
Related to Food?
Do You Want Some Relief From Fibromyalgia Pain?
Do you have the constant pain that strikes the body on a daily basis often times diagnosed as fibromyalgia pain? Fibromyalgia pain can strike your neck, shoulders, back, hip area and knees. It may also include chronic muscle pain, muscle spasms or tightness, weakness in the limbs, and leg cramps. Maybe you have already been diagnosed with it and some maybe just searching what can be done for the pain that seems to be there on a daily basis. Now you may be searching for an answer to ease that pain that you deal with on a daily basis.
Many doctors suggest a gluten free diet to help control the fibromyalgia pain. For many people the fibromyalgia pain that can get so sever that it can wipe a person out for a day or even many days. If you could get relief from some of that horrible fibromyalgia pain by changing the foods you eat, would you do it?
Fibromyalgia pain can include:
- Can stop daily activities.
- Drain the body of energy.
- Insomnia or waking up feeling tired.
- Migraine headaches.
- Sever fatigue.
- Joint stiffness.
- Sensitive to odors, lights, smell and noise.
- Problems concentrating or remembering.
- Could have some IBS issues.
I myself was diagnosed with fibromyalgia prior to my diagnosis of Celiac disease. I also have experienced all of the above bullet points. The interesting thing with all that is listed above are also symptoms of Celiac disease or a gluten intolerance. I am also happy to say that I have very little pain today and have very little issues with any of the bullet points that use to stop me in my tracks. I also want to say that it took many months of a gluten free diet to not have much pain so don’t expect it to be gone in a weeks time but I did notice it diminishing as we went along.
So if you suffer from any of the symptoms of fibromyalgia and are still suffering, are you willing to be tested for Celiac disease, gluten intolerence and at the very least to change what you eat to eliminate some of that fibromyalgia pain?
Please share your comments on fibromyalgia pain and what has helped you for pain.
- Treating Fibromyalgia Pain: Medication Options (webmd.com)