Fibromyalgia is continuous musculoskeletal pain that radiates over all parts of the body. Sufferers of fibromyalgia are continuously disrupted by widespread pain, which makes daily living very painful.
More Symptoms of Fibromyalgia
Everyone tenses up while feeling anxious or stressed. This always makes it harder to relax, and headaches, depression, or pain and cramping might accompany this discomfort. For those with fibromyalgia, they might experience those same symptoms, but suffer further from fatigue, cognitive difficulties, or feeling as if you are in a “fibro-fog,” among the list of uncomfortable chronic symptoms.
Fibromyalgia is believed to also be affected by the way the brain receives signals. An increase in neurotransmitters in the brain is believed to be caused by fibromyalgia, meaning that those who suffer from the illness continuously feel foggy and disorganized. A more concentrated memory of pain is developed in the brain, and can even increase the general brain response to pain.
Addressing both components of fibromyalgia, or the emotional and physical, can seriously help with reducing symptoms, and easing ongoing suffering caused by fibromyalgia. Individuals with fibromyalgia sometimes believe that past wounds are literally carried into the present, but essential oils can help to release and aid in soothing this pain.
Essential Oils for Fibromyalgia
The following essential oils are believed to reduce physical pain and heal emotional wounds, helping to create comfort around fibromyalgia symptoms:*
▪ Blue Chamomile
For more information on essential oils for fibromyalgia, click here.
Tapping – EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) to Reduce Pain
Try our EFT tapping scripts to enhance the effects of the oils and ease your pain. EFT is a technique that anyone can learn that helps to release the energy of pain within the body – both physical and emotional pain.
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*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.