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Fibromyalgia and Nausea

We’ve all experienced that sick feeling from time to time. However, for those with Fibro it’s often more frequent and the nausea is worse. Nausea can last for a day, a week or even several months. Some individuals may find that it is sporadic, and others find that it occurs on a daily basis, dramatically impacting their quality of life.


In most cases, nausea is not the only symptom.


Typically, it’s accompanied by:


- Heart palpitations

- Dizziness

- Chills

- Feeling faint

- Sweating

- Vomiting

- Difficulty breathing


So why Fibro nausea?


Nausea in Fibro is actually a ‘friend’. It’s our body’s way of getting rid of certain toxins related to oxidative stress. This nausea is often compared to morning sickness during pregnancy – often, sufferers never know when it’s going to hit. Many of the triggers for pain can also trigger nausea, dizziness, and other Fibro symptoms.


Fibro co-factors that lead to nausea include:


- Headache and migraines


- Irritable bowel syndrome, which is a common Fibro side effect where the lower intestine is very sensitive resulting in cycles of constipation, cramping, and diarrhoea.


- Disequilibrium, which is a very common experience caused by an imbalance in equilibrium. The inner ear does not function properly, causing nausea, light-headedness, and dizziness.


- Neutrally mediated hypotension, a condition that occurs when standing up after sitting or lying down. When standing the blood pressure drops, causing dizziness sweats, nauseous, and heart palpitations.


- Weak eye muscles: Fibro sufferers eye muscles tend to be weak.


Elixir Compounding Pharmacy specialises in treating Fibromyalgia. We develop patient-centred treatment protocols based largely on advanced nutrient therapies. We offer complementary phone consultations where we assess symptoms and recommend an individualised treatment protocol. So, if you or someone you know is fighting Fibro, contact Elixir today.


www.elixircompounding.com.au



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