Topical Pain Relief from Fibromyalgia

People suffering from fibromyalgia often look for non-prescriptions options for pain relief. It is well established fact that chemical pain relief medications that work for pain from an injury does not work well for treating symptoms of nerve pain from fibromyalgia. In-fact the chemicals present in these pills also contribute to fibromyalgia pain, since they irritate the gut and trigger inflammation. Understanding what factors contribute to fibromyalgia pain and what you can do about these factors can help reduce the duration and intensity of fibro episodes.

What is Fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that causes fatigue, localized tenderness, poor sleep pattern and musculoskeletal pain throughout the body. The severity of the pain differs between individuals, but most people experience pain in their muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Women and old age people are more susceptible to fibromyalgia. The cause of Fibromyalgia is still unknown, but scientist suspect genetics plays a role. Symptoms can develop after:

Fibromyalgia symptoms usually develop after-

1) Psychological stress

2) Injury

3) An illness

Other symptoms of Fibromyalgia include headaches, depression and poor concentration.

How Fibromyalgia Pain is Different?

The pain resulting from Fibromyalgia is very different from pain after fall or cut. Fibromyalgia syndrome sufferers experience a deep muscular pain sometimes described as “throbbing” or “pounding.” Chronic fibromyalgia pain is neuropathic and comes from affected nerves in the muscle, joints, and tissues of the body. Research suggests that the origin of fibromyalgia pain is within the central nervous system (CNS).

Topical Pain Relief for Fibromyalgia

BioTemper is a topical analgesic containing menthol, which is both cooling and pain relieving for sore muscles and joints. It works on the scientific principles of Pain-Gate Theory and Cold Therapy. BioTemper gets to the origin and point of the fibro pain in order to allow adequate blood flow and oxygen back into the affected area. When blood and oxygen reach the pain point, then the nerves stop sending pain signals to the spinal column and on to the brain.

The BioTemper is an effective fibromyalgia pain reliever which can be used alone or in combination with oral medication to effectively reduce chronic pain and other symptoms of fibromyalgia. The use of a BioTemper pain relief cream or gel to administer medication for pain has multiple benefits, and often patients prefer using medication this way.

Benefits of Using BioTemper Pain Relief Cream or Gel  

BioTemper Pain Reliever roll-ons, cream and gel are a great way to get relief from chronic Fibromyalgia pain.

  • It can effectively manage pain locally and be useful for specific areas of particularly strong pain.
  • It contains all-natural ingredients.
  • BioTemper absorbs quickly and provides instant pain relief
  • It has no side effects compared to oral medications.
  • Menthol as its active ingredient delivers a cold mint sensation.
  • It is 100% drug free.
  • Ingredients like aloe vera, vitamin E and green tea oil skin acts as moisturizers and are skin-soothers.
  • It is beneficial for patients who have difficulty swallowing a pill.
  • It is especially useful for older patients who are already taking multiple oral medications.

How to Apply BioTemper:

Apply BioTemper to the sore, achy or affected area no more than 3-4 times per day.  Slowly massage the topical cream into the skin. To enhance relief, try it after an epsom salt bath or a shower. BioTemper pain reliever also works for exercise recovery, to help get better sleep, and even to relieve headaches.

One of the biggest challenges of fibromyalgia pain is the effect it has on quality of life. BioTemper helps you manage the symptoms and put you back on the road to living life to the fullest.

By | 2018-09-04T12:44:32+00:00 February 23rd, 2018|

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