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Get Rid of Your Medications, Infrared Sauna Therapy May Stop Fibromyalgia Pain

Bruno G. VarmarOct 09, 2009 | edited Oct 09, 2009 - by @BrunoGVarmar

Fibromyalgia is an increasingly widespread condition which manifests itself in long-term discomfort from head to toe – including painful joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Fibromyalgia may cause heavy fatigue, morning joint rigidity, sleeplessness, headaches, numbness in hands and feet, depression, and stress.

The most matter of course remedy for fibromyalgia is pain relief drugs to battle the unrelenting condition. We hear all the time that are also detrimental consequences related to extended use of analgesic drugs. The latest debate over habitual use of OTC painkillers like Advil, Motrin and Aleve has brought to light that the tendency to be diagnosed with oral cancer dropped by nearly fifty percent. But, the danger of dying from coronary disease among ibuprofen users went up almost 3 times as much.

Additionally, the media has had quite a bit to say over the last few years about Bextra, Vioxx and Celebrex (prescription drugs) which have left many people suffering with horrible side effects. The Food and Drug Administration in the United States has decided to give out warnings against the long-term use of all painkiller drugs.

Over the counter medications are not the only way to find relief from aches and pains. People may also get some symptomatic relief from many different natural cures that not only treat inflammation and pain, but also shield your heart from the damaging effects of prescription medications.

Using infrared sauna for fibromyalgia relief is starting to become a commonly recognized effective treatment. Publications pronounce that addressing the pain of fibromyalgia with deep heat has better results than pain relief medications. Infrared saunas emit heat that penetrates deep under the surface of the skin and can affect the entire body.

Furthermore, the detoxification bonus of using an infrared sauna for fibromyalgia relief, will help the body return to its natural state of well being.

Furthermore, employing an infrared sauna for fibromyalgia relief can also reduce the fatigue and depression that so often go with the physical discomfort of fibromyalgia. When commencing infrared sauna sessions, the quantity and quality of one's sleep gets better. Also, it is believed that infrared sauna sessions may reduce depression by stimulating the pituitary.

The habitual use of infrared sauna for fibromyalgia can notably lessen fibromyalgia pain without the taking drugs. When you consider all the other health benefits associated with infrared sauna, using it to compliment your fibromyalgia treatments is a sensible idea.

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Luke@Beauty Blog Author Dec 11, 2010
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There are several kinds of sauna and they are all great. Infrared sauna offers deeper heat sensations.

Very nice post, I'm trying to find infrared sauna, cause I have this headaches and I believe it will help me.. as well it's really nice to warm the body in cold winter days.

As you mention.. detoxification ? I used to smoke, now it's time to clean the body.

edited Dec 11, 2010 - by @LukeBeautyBlog28786
Maclauren Zuiderduin PhD Author Oct 10, 2009
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Today it is known by estimates, that we have created in the past 50 years an estimated 5,000,000 new chemicals!

75,000 of those are currently used on a regular daily basis! Of those? 10% have even had a measurement of toxicity testing. This means those very same chemicals are now abundantly present in our environment. This means that FIR heat therapy is widely used and effective in ?Boiling off? those nasty toxins we are bombarded with every day!

I fully endorse and support the use of FIR heat therapy.

I can attest to the fact that FIR heat therapy in which treatments of fibromyalgia, eczema, and psoriasis just to name a few have been positively effective in the treatment and reduction of the symptoms that patients endure. In only 10 30 minute sessions from a clinical study, the pain that a fibromyalgia patient suffered was significantly reduced by 50% and maintained with further treatments of FIR therapy.

edited Oct 10, 2009 - by @MaclaurenZuiderduinPhD28790
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