According to research done by UCLA, up to 60% of patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) also have Fibromyalgia, and up to 70% of patients with Fibromyalgia have IBS. Is this the key to finding healing for both?
According to the Center for Disease Control in America, Fibromyalgia currently affects about 4 million US adults, or about 2% of the American population. Of these cases, 75-90% of those diagnosed with Fibromyalgia are women. Fibromyalgia is a pain disorder with unknown causes and origins, and for anyone diagnosed with it in the US, most solutions to fibromyalgia are focused on mediating pain – not healing it. On today’s episode, I interviewed my client Sharon, who was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in her 40’s. Since then, she has tried everything she knew to try to help her chronic fatigue, pain, stiffness, and brain fog. Diet, food restrictions, doctors, medications, supplements, hydrotherapy, massage – you name it.
I’d like to share something special with you: a LIVE recording of a three month follow up call with one of my clients! My client, Dessie, kindly allowed me to record her call to share her progress with YOU!
Starting this process, her top three complaints were upper abdominal pain, joint pain, and fatigue. (Plus a slew of other symptoms that improved, as well!)