FibroMyalgia – Chronic Fatigue

Fibromyalgia

The defining symptoms of Fibromyalgia are chronic, widespread pain and tenderness to light touch. The cause is unknown.

BPT has a number of actions that may positively affect Fibromyalgia.  Those being:

  • Increased oxygenation of the tissues therefore reducing pain
  • Help with the autoimmune system bringing it into homeostasis
  • Improving the function of the blood, rheological improvements, i.e. blood flow, carrying capacity and increased red blood cell production.
  • Vasodilation and relaxation to the nervous system

Sources report that between 50-60% of Fibromyalgia patients are helped with BPT treatments.

 

Chronic Fatigue

This condition occurs most commonly in young to middle-aged adults. People with CFS are often unable to perform normally at work and home because of their long-term fatigue and problems with short-term memory.  Its cause is unknown but may be linked to a prior viral infection. Reports claim a 60-70% of patients treated are benefited from BPT.

Other similar disorders include EBV (Epstein-Barr Virus) and Mononucleosis 

BPT has a number of actions that may positively affect CFS. Those being: 

  • Attacking any viral infection that may remain within the blood.
  • Increased oxygenation of the tissues therefore reducing pain.
  • Improving the function of the blood, rheological improvements, i.e. blood flow, carrying capacity and increased red blood cell production.
  • Vasodilation and relaxation to the nervous system.
  • Regulatory function i.e. suppresses excessive activity and stimulates under performing elements bringing about a general normalization.
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