What is Fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is not considered a disease, but rather is classified as a syndrome. According to the National Fibromyalgia Association, it is “characterized by chronic widespread pain, multiple tender points, abnormal pain processing, sleep disturbances, fatigue and often psychological distress.”

The pain of fibromyalgia can vary from muscular aches to shooting, stabbing pains sometimes accompanied by throbbing, twitching, tingling, and burning. Fibromyalgia patients are often profoundly fatigued, and may also suffer from chronic sleeping problems.

Other symptoms that often accompany fibromyalgia include:

  • Restless legs syndrome
  • Skin sensitivities and rashes
  • Dry eyes and mouth
  • Headaches (including migraines)
  • Irritable bowel and bladder
  • Impaired memory and concentration
  • Mood disorders such as anxiety and depression

Fibromyalgia is very similar to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and in fact, some experts believe that fibromyalgia and CFS are the same.

Fibromyalgia is difficult to diagnose, and patients often endure years of tests and examinations before they are diagnosed with the condition. Often, a diagnosis of fibromyalgia occurs only after a process of elimination leaves fibromyalgia as the most likely cause of a patient’s symptoms.

Take Charge of your Fibromyalgia!

There are an estimated six million people in North America that suffer from Fibromyalgia.

In fact, the flu analogy is one that’s often used by fibromyalgia sufferers in attempting to describe what it’s like to live with the condition.

It’s an effective description. After all, we’ve all had the flu, and are familiar with the symptoms: aching all over, feeling drained and lethargic, and a lack of energy.

But a case of the flu goes away after a few days. If you have the flu, you can take off work, or rearrange your schedule so that you can just rest, knowing that you’ll soon be back to normal.

If you suffer from fibromyalgia, though, you don’t have that luxury. You have to continue living your life as best you can, because fibromyalgia doesn’t go away – ever.

There is a revolutionary new technique that is
helping many people that suffer from fibromylgia.

Dr. Waling has had some incredible results where patients have claimed that the test alone relieves a percentage of their Fibromyalgia symptoms at the time of testing. This relief lasts anywhere from minutes to days and sometimes weeks.

Dr. Waling has been so generous and offered a Free relief test for fibromyalgia while we have spots open! The free assessment will allow you to learn more about this technology and find out if you are a candidate.

You don’t have to live another day in pain. Call now Dr. Wailing at 206-388-5240 to set up a complimentary assessment so you can find out if this amazing new treatment can help you too.