The problem with fibromyalgia is that it is used when doctors can’t identify a clear medical problem. They know something is wrong, but they just can’t get a bead on it.
Because of this “murky” diagnosis, it is tough separate the fact from the fiction when it comes to Fibromyalgia.
But one of the biggest lies is that fibromyalgia can be fixed with prescriptions for anti-depressants and anti-inflammatory drugs.
Do these drugs address the problem? No. On the contrary, they make the true causes of fibromyalgia a deeper issue.
True Causes of Fibromyalgia
Do you know what fascia is?
If you are suffering from fibromyalgia, you should. Fascia connects and surrounds every muscle fiber and bone in your body. Your fascia in turn forms a communication network throughout your body that integrates your muscles, bones, nervous system, endocrine system, and immune system.
If something goes wrong anywhere along this interconnected pathway pain can occur anywhere (or everywhere) in the body. Such is the plight of people with fibromyalgia.
So what causes it? Some of the same triggers we’ve talked about – oxidative stress, inflammation, toxins, and poor diet – and something else called mitochondria.
Mitochondria produce something called ATP, which is a prime source of energy that runs every cell in your body. In fact, each of us produces our body weight in ATP each day, and we use it up immediately.
Now imagine if your mitochondria aren’t producing as much ATP as they should. Nutrient-deficient diets, exposure to chemicals, and simple genetics can all prevent our mitochondria for getting what they need to produce ATP. Without ATP, we have no energy currency. And without energy, we lose our vitality.
This is the scenario that takes place in the case of fibromyalgia.
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Written By: Updated: October 17,2014