Could Your Chronic Pain Be Fibromyalgia?


Since you’ve already have experience with pain, you know how crippling it is to your daily life. Even the simplest activities like walking the dog, setting the table, or even waving at your neighbors can become a chore. Millions of people in the United States and around the world suffer from chronic pain. And there's a high possibility their chronic pain could be caused by fibromyalgia.

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According to the CDC 4 million people in the US suffer from fibromyalgia chronic pain. Others estimate the number is closer to 10 million. 


To make matters worse, fibromyalgia syndrome is difficult to diagnose — likely because the illness affects each person uniquely. However, there is one common denominator: pain. 


If you're wondering if fibromyalgia might be the culprit behind your chronic pain, read on to learn a few facts. Plus, we'll share some common techniques that can help you with the pain management, in addition to how to best use your Kailo to help with managing your condition. 

What Causes Fibromyalgia Pain

"Fibromyalgia is a common and complex chronic pain disorder that causes widespread pain and tenderness to touch that may occur body wide or migrate over the body. Along with other symptoms, pain and tenderness wax and wane over time," reports NFMCPA.


Unfortunately, doctors and scientists remain baffled about the cause of fibromyalgia chronic pain, which increases the difficulty to diagnose patients except by symptoms. 


There is some evidence that fibromyalgia might be linked with specific factors like:  

  

  • Gender: Women are at higher risk than men;
  • Stress: People who have suffered traumatic events seem to be more susceptible;
  • Injuries: Frequent injuries on one part of the body may trigger fibromyalgia chronic pain;
  • Viral Infections: People recently attacked by a virus or other illness seem to be more prone to the  syndrome; and
  • Family and Lifestyle: There may be a genetic or lifestyle connection with fibromyalgia.


One theory is that fibromyalgia chronic pain is related to how the brain processes pain. 


 This theory may be why people are hopeful about the Kailo pain patch as an option to relieve pain for those with fibromyalgia.


  • I have fibromyalgia and when I overdo — my back aches so bad I can’t sleep. The Kailo patch works in minutes!"   


    - Rita Valenta

What Are Fibromyalgia Symptoms

While pain and tenderness all over the body are the major symptoms of fi-bromyalgia, many people report specific pain like chronic knee pain, rib cage pain, back pain, widespread pain, nerve pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, foot pain, eye pain, and chronic pain in other places on their body.


If you struggle with pain in any of these areas — and you have the following symptoms — it might be time to talk to your doctor to see if it is fibromyalgia chronic pain.


Other symptoms associated with fibromyalgia besides chronic pain:  

 

  • Chronic fatigue and tiredness
  • Sleep and digestive issues
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Foggy brain and memory issues
  • Tingling or numbness in extremities


Common Techniques to Help with Fibromyalgia Pain

Regardless if you have a diagnosis of fibromyalgia or not, these techniques may help your chronic pain. 


Self Care

  • Stress management
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Physical exercise 


Therapies

  • Support Groups 
  • Biofeedback
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Chiropractic treatment
  • Stretching
  • Massage
  • Acupuncture 


Medications (consult a doctor for medical advice)

  • Analgesic
  • Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory drug
  • Nerve pain medication
  • Muscle relaxant 

How Can Kailo Help with Fibromyalgia Pain

Regardless if you have a diagnosis of fibromyalgia or not, Kailo may help your chronic pain.


Kailo is an innovative pain patch designed to interfere with the pain receptors in your brain that interpret pain.


The patch is made up of millions of nanocapacitors designed to act as bio-antennas that match the electrical frequencies in your body, enhancing the communication between your brain and your pain. The result is an electrochemical reaction that disrupts the signals and eases all kinds of pain.


The Kailo nano-patch can reduce or eliminate chronic pain in seconds — and without medication. Plus, Kailo is:  


  • Reusable — one Kailo pain patch lasts several years when well maintained;
  • Waterproof — wear Kailo anywhere
  • Unlimited — use Kailo 24/7
  • Safe — Kailo is medication-free and non-addictive 

Kailo Placement Techniques that Really Work to Relieve Chronic Pain

With the Kailo pain patch, placement is everything. Each person is different therefore it’s important to find the placement that works best for you.


First Start by placing the Kailo near but ABOVE your pain. Then, slowly move the Kailo away from the pain and toward your brain, following the pathway of your nervous system.


If you start to feel Kailo warm up or tingle, then you know your pain patch is beginning to work. In many cases, you'll notice relief from pain within seconds. However, for some people, it can take longer, even a few minutes.


*Please also note that Kailo works best AWAY from strong electrical sources.


Our customers love Kailo. And we want you to discover the pain relief yourself. Relief from chronic pain is life-changing.


March 31st, 2020 by John Ford and compiled by numerous media and web sources.

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