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Curafen Review

por Editoria RVQ (2019-02-15)

Fibromyalgia is known Curafen for any combination of these symptoms: progressing worsening pain at any place in the body, fatigue tired all the time, even tired when waking up in the morning, low energy level, insomnia not getting to sleep easy and/or not staying asleep well, headaches or migraines usually accompanied with pain around the eyes or face, inability to tolerate extremes in temperature can't stand to be in heat and humidity or in very cold weather, usually feels cold all the time but can have hot flashes during the day or night or both that can be over entire body or just a certain part of the body I had a patient tell me recently that she has hot flashes just over the back of her head and neck, she can even feel the heat with her hands if she places them over her posterior head or neck, diarrhea or constipation, back and/or neck pain due to disc problems such as stenosis, bulges, herniations, arthritis, degeneration and spinal aging, can't think good often referred to as brain fog, can't concentrate, poor short term memory. With this condition you may have a few or all of these symptoms.This condition progressively get worse over a period of time. Stress may increase the rate of progression. Meaning, the more stress usually means the faster it progresses.Fibromyalgia is real and reversible. Most researchers agree that fibromyalgia patients suffer from a disorder of central processing within the brain, more specifically the neuroendocrine/neurotransmitter dysregulation. Over the last couple years we've learned that these patients suffer from many deep brain reflex lesions and a decreased ability of their body to utilize oxygen at a much greater deficit than someone else of the same age and sex. When I speak of deep brain reflex lesions I am not speaking about an anatomic problem like a brain infection or brain cancer. That type of problem is referred to as an ablative brain lesion. The type of problem I'm speaking of has to do with the deep brain reflexes and this would be classified as a non-ablative brain lesion. To put it in easier terms to understand, think about a computer. Has your computer ever frozen up? If so, what do you have to do to fix the problem? Usually it corrected by just restarting the computer. There is nothing "anatomically" wrong with it. It is just frozen up.