Do you feel trapped in your body, unable to do the things you used to love and enjoy? Do you ever feel like you're constantly fighting against your body, trying hard to get through the day? Do you feel like you're losing yourself and your loved ones to fibromyalgia? Do you feel like you're constantly explaining your pain to people who don't understand and continuously apologize for your limitations?
Does your pain make your dreams slip away because you cannot function like you used to anymore? Do you feel like you're losing your sense of identity because of fibromyalgia? Do you feel like you're at the end of your rope? Many patients seeking natural relief for fibromyalgia in Norton Shores report that their stress and discomfort go beyond the physical pain and affect them mentally, emotionally, and socially.
Fibromyalgia is a disorder affecting millions of Americans. Widespread pain, fatigue, sleep disturbances, and cognitive impairment characterize this chronic pain disorder. It can be from various factors, including genetics, stress, and trauma. Mild head injuries, in particular, have been linked to the development of fibromyalgia.
If you're living with fibromyalgia, you know how difficult it can be to cope. The pain can be debilitating, making it hard to live normally. But there is hope. You can do several things to cope better with your fibromyalgia, even those that stem from mild head injuries.
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Upper Cervical misalignments can influence and trigger your fibromyalgia symptoms. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including:
Upper Cervical misalignment can affect the function of your brainstem, which your atlas and axis bones protects. A malfunction of the brainstem and nervous system can influence and aggravate fibromyalgia. Your brainstem is responsible for regulating a variety of bodily functions, including pain perception. When the brainstem is under pressure, it can send distorted pain messages to the brain, leading to increased pain sensitivity and widespread pain and also leading to its malfunction, which can affect your overall nervous system.
The nervous system also transmits pain signals from the body to the brain. When your nervous system is malfunctioning, it can be difficult for the brain to process pain signals, so it can perceive mild pain as severe and respond according to the distorted signals, which can trigger chronic pain.
Upper Cervical Care is one natural option that has shown promise for people with fibromyalgia. This method focuses on correcting misalignments of the upper cervical spine. Your upper cervical spine is located at the base of the skull and top of the neck. It's home to your brainstem, a vital part of the central nervous system.
When your Upper Cervical spine is misaligned, it can put undue pressure on the brainstem and interfere with its proper function, interfering with your overall nervous system function. This can lead to a variety of problems, including pain, fatigue, and cognitive impairment.
Correcting atlas bone misalignments can help to improve fibromyalgia symptoms, where you can experience significant reductions in pain, fatigue, and sleep disturbances. If you're living with fibromyalgia after a mild head injury, you can try Upper Cervical Care to alleviate and manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life. Book a visit to our office, and we can help identify if this method suits your needs.
You can also support this natural method with lifestyle changes to help improve your symptoms, such as regular exercise, eating a healthy diet, and getting enough sleep. With proper care, you can improve your quality of life even with a chronic pain condition.
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