Fibromyalgia (FM) patients seek relief from medications, exercise, and healthy eating habits, after a proper diagnosis of the tender points within the body.
Depression had become a common denominator for the Fibromyalgia population since patients spent years waiting on a diagnosis. Anti-depressants like Cymbalta, and Wellbutrin help relieve Fibromyalgia pain.
Opiates have been a common use for patients with Fibromyalgia. Now that more research has been done, Lyrica a new drug for FM patients can also help with the pain from the nerves. Weight management for some is highly recommended.
Exercise is also suitable with healthy eating habits to help with pain symptoms. Medications have helped find relief for some patients, leading them to a life filled with less pain and more activity. Pain management specialist, Dr. Mahmound Sabbagh states, “proper eating habits and daily exercising can also help with lowering pain symptoms.”
A non-profit organization Lupus Detroit sponsors events that help raise money to help people that afflicted with the Autoimmune Disorder that causes the body to attack its own organs.
Lupus Detroit is having its fifth annual Walk for Warriors walk. This walk is being held at the New Center Park, in Detroit, Michigan on September 2, 2017. Registration has begun for the walkers, walking to help raise this year’s goal of $40,000 for the Warriors who suffer from this incurable disease.
Lupus Detroit is a non-profit organization that raises money to help people who are afflicted with the illness that causes their bodies to attack their own organs. “Let’s fight this battle together,” says Dorie R Fann-Purry, and active member of Lupus Detroit.
There is a heightened sensitivity to pain from nerves and can cause the skin to be affected with pain to the touch of the skin. There are also ailments that can lead to painful body positions, such as standing and sitting causing more stress for the patient.
Treatment for chronic neuropathic pain varies due to the reasons of the nervous system disruption. Opiates are prescribed, but other medications are given to calm the nerves. Topical ointments are used, nonsurgical treatments, home remedies, and treating health conditions that can attribute to nerve pain. Yearly physicals can detect early onset conditions, where a doctor can give you a correct diagnosis and treatment plan for any condition.
Pain can have a psychological effect and a physical effect for a correct diagnosis. A visit to your primary care doctor or local mental health center is advised for assessment of health conditions and treatment options.
The human body is equipped with nerve fibers known as the peripheral nerves, which connect the spinal cord and the brain. The central nervous system, known as the peripheral nerves and are considered the portal that controls the passage of pain signals to the brain for different parts of the body.
Ellen Blau, PSY.D., promotes another form of coping with pain through relaxation methods, stress management through connecting mind and body. American Pain and Spinal Center, PC, using a combination of treatments based on each patient’s own form of pain, as each brain is distinctive within a persons mind.