The journey to discovering you have this disease is itself often a painful one. Orthopaedic doctors, Neurologists and even sometimes the Psychiatrist have been involved and we know of people who have had multiple investigative surgeries, without success but plenty of scar tissue to show for it.
It’s as if the medical world has a blind spot for this syndrome.
The pain is real enough though. Magnesium can offer help and hope and if you are the end of a long diagnostic journey, you know that hope is important, hope for a good night’s sleep, hope for a pain free day, hope for the old you to make a comeback.
As a sufferer you will already know that the root cause of Fibromyalgia is still poorly understood.
What is known is that the cause is thought to have multiple triggers and sources.
Below is a list of the symptoms commonly associated with Fibromyalgia:
Common symptoms include:
Irregular sleep patterns
An irritable bowel
Painful menstrual periods (Dysmenorrhea)
Hands and feet tingle and can feel numb
Restless leg syndrome
Sensitivity to cold or heat
Fibro fog (memory problems, cognitive problems).
The following signs and symptoms are also possible
Problems with vision
Pelvic and urinary problems
Cold/flu like symptoms
Jaw pain and stiffness
Myofascial pain syndrome (pain/tiredness in muscles and adjacent fibrous tissues)
When I first came across people with ‘fibro’ I was somewhat amazed because so many things on that list (by no means all) are also the same symptoms that dagnesium deficiency produces.
Whilst we are not suggesting that magnesium deficiency is yet another possible cause, we do know that topical magnesium can often be very effective at tackling and alleviating those same symptoms.
We personally know people who have many of these symptoms. Magnesium is helping them today and every day to get their lives back on track, on their own terms.
Try it now. If you get relief from just one of those symptoms it will be worth it. If you get relief from more than one, we expect you’ll be shouting it from the rooftops, in the gym, on the sports field, the swimming pool, the dance floor and all those other places. You can be more like the person you were before this entered your life.
As always with our blog posts we have to state that we are not talking about oral magnesium supplements (tablets and powders) as they just don’t always work to raise your magnesium levels, much is lost in the gut (and oral magnesium is a laxative too.)
If you have tried oral magnesium tablets for your Fibromyalgia and it didn’t work, you shouldn’t give up on magnesium, you should be taking it correctly and that is topically. (Via the skin).
Most sufferers have already come to the end of their tether, tired and disillusioned with all the claims of a cure. This actually works. If you disagree, we will cheerfully refund your money.
We suggest you start with bath flakes so you can immerse yourself in all that good magnesium.