New Hope for Chronic Pain Sufferers: Microcurrent Therapy for Fibromyalgia

Imagine a world where your pain is gone. If you live with the effects of Fibromyalgia, this may seem impossible. But it’s not. Luckily, Microcurrent Therapy has been known to help with all sorts of chronic pain conditions, from Fibromyalgia to CRPS. Today, we’re diving into how this exciting medical technology harnesses the power of electricity to improve your overall health and lifestyle.

We’re answering questions like:

  • Why is Fibromyalgia so challenging to treat?
  • What are the best natural Fibromyalgia treatments?
  • What is cranial electrical stimulation?
  • How can Microcurrent eliminate Fibromyalgia symptoms?

If you’ve had enough of the pain and discomfort of Fibromyalgia, this blog could be a game-changer for you!

The Problem with Treating Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is not just a painful condition; it also lacks an exact diagnosis. The symptoms can be similar to other common disorders like arthritis and lupus – but there’s no blood test for Fibromyalgia, so doctors have difficulty diagnosing this stubborn illness.

In fact, According to the National Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Association, it’s reported that it takes an average of five years for a Fibromyalgia patent to receive an accurate diagnosis.

Natural Fibromyalgia Treatments

In our blog, 5 Natural Fibromyalgia Remedies, we introduced a variety of effective therapies for this difficult-to-treat condition, including:

  • Stress reduction
  • Mild exercise
  • Massage therapy

To learn more, read the blog by clicking the link above.

Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: What’s the Connection?

While the exact causes of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are still unknown, there is evidence to suggest that these two conditions are connected. Both Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are characterized by fatigue, pain, and sleep problems. In addition, both conditions can be triggered by physical or emotional stress.

Furthermore, many people who suffer from one condition also suffer from the other. While more research is needed to confirm a connection between these two conditions, the similarities between them suggest that there may be a link. As our understanding of these conditions continues to grow, we may eventually be able to provide better treatments for those who suffer from them.

Fibromyalgia and CES: What You Should Know

In the past, we’ve talked quite a bit about Microcurrent cranial electrotherapy stimulation (or CES). If you’re new to it, allow us to explain. It’s a treatment that uses electrical currents to alter the function of your brain and initiate the healing process. This can be accomplished with one of our specially designed Avazzia Life Microcurrent Devices.

This type of treatment falls under “craniosacral” therapy. The current is delivered through electrodes or an accessory such as our Y-probe placed on the skin and is effective in treating various conditions, including chronic pain, inflammation, and nerve damage.

There are several potential benefits of Microcurrent CES, including its ability to:

  • Improve circulation
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Speed up the healing process

Additionally, Microcurrent CES is non-invasive and does not require the use of medication. As a result, it is an appealing treatment option for those looking for an alternative to traditional medicine.

While more research is needed to confirm the efficacy of Microcurrent CES, the therapy shows promise as a safe and effective way to treat a variety of conditions. Let’s examine Microcurrent CES’s role in Fibromyalgia relief in the Research Spotlight below!

Microcurrent Therapy for Fibromyalgia Research Spotlight:

A 2001 report in the Journal of Clinical Rheumatology found CES was successful in helping Fibromyalgia patients. For three weeks, participants were given a one-hour daily session of CES via microcurrent. This was compared to a placebo.

The results were astounding!

  • Treated patients showed a 28% improvement in self-reported tender point scores.
  • They also saw a 27% improvement in general pain level.
  • The number of subjects reporting poor sleep dropped from 60% at the beginning of the study to 5% at the end.
  • In addition, there were significant gains in feelings of well-being and quality of life.

In Conclusion, CES via Microcurrent was found to be as valuable as popular drug therapies for Fibromyalgia.

And the best part? No adverse side effects! That’s why we love this type of treatment. It’s such a change of pace from the traditional pharmaceutical merry-go-round and deserves further consideration as an additional treatment option forFibromyalgia.

Additional Microcurrent Protocol for Fibromyalgia

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia were considered entirely separate conditions for many years. However, recent research has shown that the two conditions share a number of similarities, including symptoms, risk factors, and treatments.

As a result, we have decided to place the two conditions in the same category for Microcurrent intervention. Microcurrent using specific algorithms provides general relaxation, tones up its essential functions, and stabilizes energy properly. In addition, Microcurrent Therapy is effective in treating both CFS and FM. As a result, this therapy may be an effective treatment option for patients with either condition.

  • Set the power of your Avazzia device to a comfortable level on your shoulder area.
  • Set your device to an evaluation mode and do a complete 3 pathways and 6-point technique followed immediately by the “Horizontal Circle” protocol and treatment of the Occipital area using a comb attachment.
  • Treatment of the head should be at 7 to 12 Hz (some devices feature the Alpha frequency); soft tissue areas, i.e., Adrenals and Liver/Gallbladder, should be treated at 90 or 77 Hz.

 For more details on how to perform this protocol, we invite you to check out our smash-hit book, Current Medicine! In fact, we’re preparing to release an updated 3rd Edition very soon! If you’d like to order –get in contact with our team of Microcurrent Specialists today!

 Sources cited:

The treatment of Fibromyalgia with cranial electrotherapy stimulation – PubMed (