Fibromyalgia can easily plunge one into a cycle of pain, anxiety, and depression. It is no wonder that fibromyalgia patients deal with anxiety problems. It can be tough to know what you will or will not be able to accomplish for the day before waking up in the morning (assuming you were able to sleep). The uncertainty alone can cause anxiety. And that anxiety, unfortunately, can make pain levels worse.
What we’re going to discuss are a few ways to reduce both the pain and anxiety associated with fibromyalgia by natural means.
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Here are a few ways to minimize anxiety:
You may find that reducing anxiety using the techniques above actually helps reduce pain or may lead to better sleep. However, another natural way to get help for fibromyalgia symptoms is through upper cervical chiropractic care. The upper cervical spine plays a vital role in everything from facilitating blood flow to the brain to how the brain interprets pain signals. Correcting an existing misalignment can help the body heal and may lead to reduced symptoms. To learn more, set up a consultation with an upper cervical chiropractic near you.
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