Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia – Is it your Fault?

Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia – Is it your Fault?

If you do not attempt to understand what it is I am about to share with you and, if you are not willing to takes steps to improve yourself, then yes,it is at least partially your fault. Ouch!

Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue are siblings. In my Mesa AZ Chiropractic and Fibromyalgia Clinic, I have not found a person yet that has fibromyalgia but does not have chronic fatigue with it. Fatigue can be caused by many things. From a simple restless night to a more serious deadly infection, fatigue is a symptom of your body’s inability to return to homeostasis. If your body is functioning normally, rest gives the body a chance to restore itself at a cellular level.

Every cell of the body needs to do three things in order to provide optimum energy and total body restoration; assimilate nutrients, eliminate wastes and replicate properly. In theory, if your cells are doing all of this correctly, you would have no cancer, no fibromyalgia, no fatigue, no aging and no death. But, we know that this is an imperfect world with pollutions, chemicals, “non-food” foods, insects, bacteria, molds, fungi, viruses, trauma, stressors….. the list goes on and on. So, is there any way to fight all of these bad things and to support our body’s cells to function at their best? The answer is an absolute yes!

A body deprived of the vitamin B complex begins to show symptoms of poor health and cellular energy loss. Chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia are the result of this. The vitamin B complex from whole foods is responsible for a variety of functions in your body: cellular metabolism, transmission and health of nerve cell energy, heart pulse rate, muscular contraction, digestion, brain function, thought processes and energy production. Without an adequate amount of vitamin B complex from whole foods you will experience any one or more of one of these symptoms:

Soreness all over, mental problems, heart palpitations, heart arrhythmias or fibrillation, indigestion, chronic fatigue, chronic exhaustion, inability to sleep (insomnia), anxiety, fear that something dreadful is about to happen, nervousness, ADD (attention deficiency), inability to concentrate, irritability, feeling of uneasiness, thoughts of dying, easily agitated, frustration, restlessness, tingling in hands, tingling fingers and toes, rashes, crying spells, inability to cope and/or paranoia.

Does this not describe fibromyalgia!!!

Dr. Vic Shayne, PhD (Vic Shayne, PhD ©2005 Author, Man Cannot Live on Vitamins Alone) Wrote:

“Before delving into the problems of vitamin B complex deficiency and its symptoms, it is first important to understand the difference between vitamins that are in pill form versus vitamins that are contained within nature’s foods. There is a world of difference — a difference between sickness and health. Vitamins just do not work like foods, and foods are what our bodies were designed to use for healing, prevention and energy. There is no substitute, and no matter how you look at it, vitamin pills are an invention of scientists, so they are prone to cause side effects, be incomplete and lack what we need to overcome our health problems.

Vitamins have been sold and marketed as the “magic bullet” for all health problems, yet food science researchers are bringing out the truth about vitamins, minerals, multivitamins and antioxidants— and it’s not an easy pill to swallow. The problem is that vitamins, when not still contained in their original food (oranges, bananas, spinach, broccoli, etc.) are merely chemicals. Our bodies do not recognize vitamins as nutrients, because they don’t work the same way as whole foods for these simple reasons:

Foods contain not just vitamins, but the co-workers (synergists) and helper nutrients that allow vitamins to work.

Foods are never found in high potency, so you won’t suffer any toxic side effects that have been proven to exist with ALL vitamin pills. As one expert stated, “Foods never deliver toxic doses [of vitamins]. (Hamilton, p.205)

For these reasons, and more, vitamin pills, despite their use and overuse, are not turning people’s health around.”

To combat the evil forces of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue you must begin to feed your cells properly. This starts with a healthy digestive system and a healthy diet. Together with whole food supplements (including Vitamin B complex), stress control, exercise, rest, a positive mental and emotional attitude and a healthy reduction of life’s “poisons”, you too can begin to feel less chronic fatigue and better control of your fibromyalgia.

What will you do today to improve your body’s ability to help its cells perform at their optimum level and thereby improving your chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia?

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