Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Antidepressant Drugs Help Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

Milnacipran and trazadone and a couple of other antidepressants have been shown to help sleep and improve the quality of life for patients suffering from fibromylagia. Sometimes that can be helpful, but there are more effective agents available in the integrative realm. D-ribose, magnesium, MSM and treatment of yeast imbalance and food allergies are usually the best places to start to get excellent results for this debilitating problem. Prescription drugs do not work nearly as well as the natural route.

Check out Family Practice News 10/01/08, membership required.
And to endfatigue.com

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