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If you suffer from Fibromyalgia, you know all too well how awful the pain can be. While it may seem like a never ending cycle of pills and doctor appointments, there is an easier way to help manage and reduce your pain in the form of the Handy Cure. How does the Handy Cure help relieve Fibromyalgia pain? Keep reading to find out
What exactly is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is one of the most common musculoskeletal conditions. Often misdiagnosed as Arthritis, its common characteristics include widespread pain in muscles and joints, fatigue, anxiety, depression, and a decreased pain threshold. Fibromyalgia can cause you to feel pain all over your body. You might find that some parts of your body are tender or even too painful to touch. Some symptoms include:
- ~Numbness or tingling in fingers and feet
- ~Abdominal pain
- ~Chronic headaches
- ~Inability to concentrate
- ~Depressed or anxious feelings
- ~Extreme fatigue
- ~Trouble sleeping or disturbed sleep
How does a laser help Fibromyalgia?
While using low level laser therapy (LLLT) is a great way to reduce and manage pain, it is not a cure. There are devices that can be used at home or on the go, such as the Handy Cure. The Handy Cure uses 4 different energies to target the area that is in pain, helping to reduce swelling and inflammation, and increase microcirculation which can speed up healing.
While this does take time (most patients have reported feeling the effects after 4 weeks) it is an effective way to reduce the pain associated with Fibromyalgia, without taking oral medication or drugs. Many have found that when used in conjunction with other pain relieving methods, such as light exercise, the Handy Cure made managing pain even easier.
How often should you treat an area?
For reducing the pain of any musculoskeletal condition, the Handy Cure should be used minimum once a day for at least 4 weeks to feel the effects of the device; using the device multiple times a day will decrease the amount of time until you notice a difference. After the first 4 weeks, you should continue to use the Handy Cure as often as you need to. If you are noticing more pain, you should take note of the areas where you are feeling that pain, and use the Handy Cure right away to minimize swelling. Some people find that continuing to use the Handy Cure daily even after the first 4 weeks was beneficial to them. It will depend on your individual condition and needs. You can use the Handy Cure anywhere on your body, except for your eyes.
Is there a limit to treatments?
As mentioned previously, there is no limitation to how much you should use the Handy Cure, and many have found that using the device more often was beneficial to them. This is one thing that sets the Handy Cure apart from other pain relieving methods. The more often you take pills, the higher the tolerance your body builds to those pills. So you will need to continue to take more and more pills as you body builds up a tolerance. This can become tricky, as taking too much of a drug can be extremely harmful to your body.
Exercise and massage therapy are other examples of great ways to relieve Fibromyalgia related pain, but only in the right amounts. While light exercise is an effective way to manage your pain, you have to be careful to avoid overdoing it, which can cause you more pain. Massage therapy is a healthy, natural way to help reduce pain, but like medication, your body may start to develop a tolerance to it and you’ll have to get more treatments done more often. This can become quite pricey fast. When you use the Handy Cure, you pay one set price and can use the device wherever, whenever and how often you want.