There is a natural remedy for fibromyalgia and it can be found in the
The Water Cures Protocol
There is research from 2006 that points to hydration as helping ease disease. Although it does not point directly to dehydration, it does point to water and salt as the solution. More on this below.
Fibromyalgia has in the past been called arthritis of the muscles. It is much more. Fibromyalgia is diagnosed by numerous signs and symptoms. We propose that anything helping the individual symptoms would presumably help the condition.
The most common symptoms of FM that are also found in other diseases or conditions respond well to the water cures protocol. Musculoskeletal pain all over the body, fatigue and tenderness to numerous points on the body are separately easily managed eliminated with the water cures.
Likewise, headaches, visual disturbances, auditory disturbances, balance, coordination and gait are improved by eating sea salt and drinking water.
The study found at...
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2769083/ provides insights as to why water cures works.
This is a bit technical. We have tried to simplify as best possible.
Here you will find several peer reviewed medical studies showing a connection with either a lack of certain minerals and fibromyalgia or providing the minerals and relief from the symptoms of fibromyalgia. Even mineral baths helped relieve the symptoms.
In this study, it was found that those with fibromyalgia had abnormalities of cranial nerves IX and X.
Symptoms affecting the neurological systems were found to be more common in the fibromyalgia group.
The neurological signs point to the likely craniocervical neuroanatomic cause for the fibromyalgia symptom complex, such as Chairi I malformation, abnormal narrowing of the spinal canal, or positional cervical compression (when you move your back).
Those with fibromyalgia had more neurological symptoms than those in the control group.
These symptoms were mostly neurological functioning. These included visual and auditory senses, the cerebellum, cranial nerves, respiration, and sensory and motor systems.
The most observed difference was "bright lights bother eyes" (The FM group, 70% vs. 6%), "poor balance" (63% vs. 4%; p<0.01), and "weakness" (the FM group 58% vs. 2%) and "tingling" (the FM group, 54% vs. 4%) in the "arms and legs."
This is fascinating as it is doctors saying that oral hydration could actually be more effective that a saline IV because of the reaction of the stomach expansion. Every action creates a physiological reaction. The question, which is the best reaction. The natural ones would most likely be the best.Fibromyalgia: 35 Years of Pain Gone With the Water Cures
If you have not yet, go and check out the water cures protocol.
35 Years of Fibromyalgia Ended With the Water Cures
Fay at 65 had been living with fibromyalgia for 35 years and every day was a struggle. Then, learning about the water cures, "By the second day I started feeling a change in my pain. I could hardly believe it."