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Fibromyalgia

Has fibromyaliga left you feeling hopeless?

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READ ON!!! TOP TEN REASONS WHY YOU CONTINUE TO STRUGGLE WITH FIBROMYALGIA AND WHAT YOUR DOCTOR IS DOING WRONG 1. Auto Immunity is overlooked or mistreated Everyone who walks through the door of my clinic has the same priorities. Here they are: 1-     Auto Immunity 2-     Blood Sugar 3-     Anemia 4-     Gut and Liver function 5-     Fatty acid metabolism Auto…

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Fibromyalgia Treatment Success Secret #3:

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GET YOUR THYROID TESTED…NOW!   I have treated thousands of fibromyalgia patients over the years and I have yet to see a fibromyalgia patient in which there thyroid wasn’t involved!  Think about it, your thyroid controls your body metabolism, it HAS TO BE INVOLVED!  The primary reason that I see patients suffering from fibromyalgia is a condition in which their…

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Fibromyalgia Treatment Success Secret #5:

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Know the Autoimmune Triggers! One of the most common questions I get is…”How did I develop this autoimmune condition?” Well…it’s pretty much genetics and the environment.  It’s a matter of what came first, the chicken or the egg?  We all know that genetically, you may be at risk for developing certain problems and/or conditions. Then there are environmental factors, one…

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Fibromyalgia Treatment Success Secret #6:

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PROLACTIN Prolactin is a hormone that’s made by your pituitary gland.  High levels of prolactin suppress TSH or Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone.  Prolactin is balanced by progesterone and dopamine, so when people have a dopamine deficiency, or progesterone deficiency, their prolactin will increase, and that will decrease the function of the pituitary’s production of thyroid-stimulating hormone. The imbalance will show up on…

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Fibromyalgia Treatment Success Secret #7:

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PCOS—Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome There have been studies that show that PCOS, or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, can trigger Hashimoto’s Disease (autoimmune thyroid).  PCOS is a common female hormone disorder.  It affects 5-10 percent of menstruating women, and it is one of the most common causes of infertility.  PCOS symptoms include the inability to lose weight, hair loss, fatigue after meals, hormone…

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