Dr. T's Health Blog (Recent Posts)

Why Fibromyalgia Patients Should Consider Mold Toxicity as a Cause of Their Illness

Published: October 17, 2017
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Mold toxins create a profound inflammatory reaction within the body that looks almost identical to fibromyalgia. In fact, in 2013, Dr. Joseph Brewer, an Infectious Disease specialist from Kansas City, published his research showing that of 112 patients with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome who had not responded to his usual treatment program, 92% of them tested positive in a urine test for mycotoxins (mold toxins).

Low-Cost Treatments for CFS & Fibromyalgia

Published: October 10, 2017
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I appreciate the frustration and difficulties you may be going through if you are battling CFS and fibromyalgia without financial resources to pay for formal treatment. When I had CFS/FMS, it left me homeless and sleeping in parks for much of the year while also knocking me out of med school for the year. I know it's even harder for many of you who also have a family to care, which I didn't.

Because of this, I've done several things to make help available to those on tight budgets:

Fibromyalgia and Weight Gain

Published: October 10, 2017
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Because of the metabolic problems occurring in fibromyalgia and CFS, two in-house studies done in our research center showed an average 32.5 pound weight gain in this illness. As most of you have found, trying to lose this weight before one has addressed the underlying metabolic problems can be near impossible.

Medications for Fibromyalgia Pain Relief

Published: October 10, 2017
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The wonderful thing about comprehensive medicine, which combines holistic and pharmaceutical therapies, is that you have a full tool kit to deal with your problems. Otherwise, it's like going into a shoe store and having only 1 pair of shoes to try on. Using comprehensive Medicine, almost every one can find "a shoe that fits" so you can get your life and health back!

The (Piano) Keys to Fibromyalgia Pain Relief

Published: August 24, 2017
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A recent study published in the journal Clinical Rheumatology presents a novel therapy, and gives us a critical key, to easing fibromyalgia pain. Pain has two key physiological components. The first is an electrical signal generated in response to a stimulus and sent to your brain. This is no different than the signal your brain receives in response to the sensations of heat, softness, cold and countless other stimuli. The second component is how your brain reacts to the signal. Unfortunately when the signal is pain, your brain reacts by creating the physiological condition of suffering.

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