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Fibromyalgia Treatmentfrom: Maxx Family Life
Fibromyalgia treatment isn't really complicated, but it can't be cured by self medication or by waiting for the condition to simply go away. If you're going to deal with this condition in an effective manner, you must give it qualified medical attention and consult with a knowledgeable doctor who can determine the type of medication required to make your fibromyalgia treatment as effective as possible. The bottom line is: aspirin won't do the job.
People afflicted with this condition are often frustrated by the fact that common treatments for muscle aches available over the counter (OTC) aren't very effective as a treatment for fibromyalgia. The main reason is that the condition isn't a minor condition, only causing discomfort in those who suffer from the condition. It can cause severe and chronic pain as well as major chronic fatigue syndrome.
Regarding major chronic fatigue syndrome, there are a few prescription drugs that can work very well to help reverse the affliction induced exhaustion caused by the condition. Fortunately, these prescriptions aren't amphetamine based. In the past, drugs used to combat a feeling of being excessively tired were habit forming stimulants that had addictive qualities.
Currently, the newer drug Provigil is often used for treating fibromyalgia. Provigil is a non-stimulant pill designed to reverse excessive tiredness in conditions such as narcolepsy. Use of Provigil has expanded to deal with other exhaustion inducing conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder, and so on. It's now also been expanded for use as a fibromyalgia treatment.
A person afflicted with this condition requires proper steps to be taken in order to reverse problems associated with it. If not, finding relief is going to be drastically delayed -- adelay that's completely unnecessary and avoidable if proper action is taken.
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