Fibromyalgia, yes, it is a pain-in-the-everywhere, as those of us who have it, call it.
So what can you do for it? If you are like me, and have lived with it for a long time (17+ years) you likely have tried pretty much everything to try to manage your 24-7 pain levels.
There is no cure for fibromyalgia yet, so managing pain and inflammation is key to be at least a tiny bit more comfortable. Here is something that I have used for many many years on and off, not just for fibromyalgia, inflammation and swelling, but for allergies as well. But first, my usual disclaimer :
(* Disclaimer : I am not a medical professional, consultant or expert. This is my own personal journal of thoughts and writings and I’m not providing any recommendations or medical advice. Please make sure you do what works for YOU only and only what is right and safe for you personally. I am just sharing my personal experience at this moment in time. Listen to your gut, smarts and heart, and, seek out the professional advice your physician, a medical expert, a registered nurse, a counsellor, psychologist, your local hospital or otherwise. Thanks!)
I’ll tell you the brand that I use, and I will say that it is the most expensive one that I have ever used, and I also have found, according to their label at least, one of the most pure. I have used other brands in past which combine Bromelain and Quercetin together but for me, I have found little to no benefit. Maybe it works for other people, but I have found only the pure quercetin to be most helpful.
*I am not affiliated with this company in any way, and nobody pays me to say this. I cannot provide endorsement for the product, only to say that it is the one that I currently use and I hope that it helps somebody out there.
It is not a cure for the pain of fibromyalgia but I do find that it reduces swelling for sure. In addition, if I am in the midst of an allergic reaction, or even better, feel allergies coming on ahead of time, I take high doses of quercetin for amazing relief and no drugs!
As I am not a medical expert, so I won’t elaborate more, but hope that you look into it as one more tool in the box of creative symptom management as a natural anti-inflammatory.