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What is fibromyalgia?
 
Fibromyalgia, also called fibrositis, is a chronic, widespread pain in muscles and soft tissues surrounding the joints throughout the body, accompanied by fatigue. The disease is fairly common, affecting approximately 2 percent to 4 percent of the US population, mostly women.  An estimated 3.7 million people are affected by Fibromyalgia in the USA.
Although its symptoms are similar to other joint diseases, such as arthritis, fibromyalgia is actually a form of soft tissue or muscular rheumatism that causes pain in the muscles and soft tissues.
Fibromyalgia is one of several pain syndromes included in the classification of musculoskeletal pain syndrome (MSPS), or pain amplification syndrome.
What causes or triggers fibromyalgia?
Although the cause of fibromyalgia is unknown, researchers believe there may be a link with sleep disturbance, psychological stress, or immune, endocrine, or biochemical abnormalities. Fibromyalgia mainly affects the muscles and the points at which the muscles attach to the bone (at the ligaments and tendons).
What are the symptoms of fibromyalgia?
Pain is the most common and chronic symptom of fibromyalgia. Pain may begin in one area of the body, such as the neck and shoulders, but eventually the entire body may become affected. The pain ranges from mild to severe and may be described as burning, soreness, stiffness, aching, or gnawing pain. Fibromyalgia is usually associated with characteristic tender spots of pain in the muscles. The following are other common symptoms of fibromyalgia. However, each child may experience symptoms differently. Symptoms may include:
  • moderate to severe fatigue
  • decreased exercise endurance
  • sleep problems at night
  • depressed mood
  • anxiety
  • poor school attendance
  • headaches
Symptoms of fibromyalgia may resemble other medical conditions or problems. Always consult your child's physician for a diagnosis.
How is fibromyalgia diagnosed?
There are no laboratory tests that can confirm a diagnosis of fibromyalgia. Instead, diagnosis is usually based on reported symptoms. Laboratory tests and other tests, such as x-rays, may be performed in order to rule out other causes of the symptoms shown by your child.
Treatment for fibromyalgia:
Specific treatment for fibromyalgia will be determined by your child's physician based on:
  • your child's overall health and medical history
  • extent of the condition
  • your child's tolerance for specific medications, procedures, and therapies
  • expectation for the course of the disease
  • your opinion or preference
Although there is no cure for fibromyalgia, the disease can often be successfully managed with proper treatment, as fibromyalgia does not cause damage to tissues. Treatment may include:
  • anti-inflammatory medications (to relieve pain and improve sleep)
  • exercise and physical therapy (to stretch muscles and improve cardiovascular fitness)
  • relaxation techniques
  • heat treatments
  • occasional cold applications
  • massage
  • short-term use of antidepressant medication at bedtime (to improve sleep and mood)
 
Supplemental Facts
-Serving Size: 1 Vegicap
-Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
-Proprietary Blend B.E.E.® 500 mg
-Daisy B.E.E.®, Grape leaves B.E.E.®, Olive pit fractions B.E.E.®, Almond powder, Orange juice powder, Microcrystalline cellulose, Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (vegetarian capsule).
-B.E.E.®~ BioEnhanced Extraction
(Patent Pending)
                                                          † Daily Value not established.
 
What is BioEnhanced Extraction?
B.E.E. is a revolutionary extraction technology recently developed by one of the world's leading biochemists, and is comprised of a 3-step process of extraction, isolation/purification, and bio-enhancement using only those bioactive parts of plants that have been determined to be the most beneficial for each formula.
 
Description of MYALGAN
Fibromya® contains Daisy Flower B.E.E., Grape Leaves B.E.E., Olive-Pit Fraction B.E.E. and other ingredients of Natural Origin.
Daisy Flower B.E.E. + Grape Leaves B.E.E.has multi properties in minimizing various pains, such as migraines, neuralgia, muscle pain, sciatica.
Olive (Pit Fraction) B.E.E. fights bad bacteria and helps combat chronic fatigue syndrome and improve general health situation.
Supplemental Facts
Amount Per Serving:
Proprietary Blend B.E.E.®, 500 mg. Daisy B.E.E.®, Grape leaves B.E.E.®, Olive pit fractions B.E.E.®, Almond powder, Orange juice powder, Microcrystalline cellulose, Silica. B.E.E.® BioEnhanced Extraction (Patent Pending). Daily Value has not been established.
Serving Size:
1 vegicap.
Applications: Myalgan® has been successfully used to:
  • Provide muscle relaxation.
  • Help patients overcome pain and suffering
  • Promote deep restorative sleep in patients with Fibromylagia.
  • Effect on Sciatica, ringing in the ears, headache and migraine.
  • Improve an overall sense of well-being, further help patients feel more cheerful and awake.
  • Accelerate the restoration of normal bowel activities when applied together with GastrolE
  • Accelerate the restoration of normal bladder activities when applied with UrinolE
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    Suggested Use:
    Take 2 tablets twice a day. Best in the mornings and afternoons.
    Chew 2 tablets when pain and discomfort strike.
     For maintenance: Take one tablet daily, or whenever it is needed.
     
     GENACOL 90caps , 180caps
     
     Daily use of Genacol has been shown to reduce pain in joints from injury, strain or collagen deficiency related diseases such as arthritis, osteoarthritis and bursitis, and other degenerative diseases such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and even fibromyalgia. Read More
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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