Fibro Daily

Myer’s Cocktail and Vitamins for Fibromyalgia

Fibro Daily August 23, 2012

Fibromyalgia remains such a mystery in so many ways. What causes it? Why do certain people get it? Can it be cured? None of these questions have a clear cut answer, and it can be quite frustrating. But one thing is for sure. Nobody ever recovered from a disease or managed one by not taking care of themselves. Eating right, exercise, and getting enough rest are all important. And that means that vitamins are a great way to cover all the bases, too.

Vitamins should not replace healthy foods, but be taken in addition to eating plenty of veggies and fruits as well as whole grains and lean meats. Many fibromyalgia sufferers also suffer from a vitamin-D deficiency, so one of the most important vitamins to take is a D supplement. Vitamin-D cuts down on pain by reducing muscle spasms and aches. It also allows for the absorption of calcium, which aids bones and joints. Doctors also recommend that fibromyalgia patients take a multi-vitamin that contains the essential minerals magnesium, selenium, and zinc.

One of the most exciting breakthroughs in the research of fibromyalgia is The Myer’s Cocktail. The Myer’s Cocktail consists of calcium gluconate, magnesium chloride, vitamin B-12, vitamin B-6, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and vitamin C. It was given in a small basis to patients participating in a study, and it produced significant improvements in pain. This could very well appear on the market as an alternative treatment in a few years.

Also, drinking six to eight glasses of water a day provides many benefits for the body, but also make sure to take your vitamins with water and not some other drink. Water sometimes help dilute certain meds as needed, too. In fact, most medications should be taken with water unless otherwise directed, as sodas and teas can alter the effectiveness. Vitamins will perform better with water.

If you are a fibromyalgia patient, it is a good idea to add these vitamins to your regime to help fight pain, but always check with your doctor beforehand. Some vitamins may interfere with medications.

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