One of the diseases that is still unclear to doctors today, ie the exact cause is not known or the methods of treatment are known, is fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a chronic disease characterized by pain in muscles, connective tissue, ligaments, and fatigue and pain at various points in the body. Patients may experience joint stiffness, pain in the muscles around the joint, tendon grips and connective tissue, with no signs of inflammation or tissue damage in the body, and all findings are normal. Almost 90% of patients are women.

Although the true cause of fibromyalgia has not been discovered, there are several theories: one of them believes that the cause of this disease is changes in the level of neurotransmitters in the brain or changes in the functioning of the autonomic nervous system. Other possible causes are found in lack of sleep, but it has been observed that it often occurs after traumatic shock. Even if all clinical results show normal results, it is very important not to conclude that the fibromyalgia is of psychosomatic origin.

Because the true cause is unknown, there is no cure for fibromyalgia, so treatment is limited to relieving the symptoms of the disease. Classical medicine is often not very helpful, but with the use of herbs, treatment can be adapted to the symptoms in each individual case of the disease. Symptoms of fibromyalgia include pain in all parts of the body, joint and muscle stiffness, insomnia, a constant feeling of tiredness, and symptoms of depression.


- Healthy diet, rich in vitamins, minerals and grains
- Drink teas made from blackcurrant, common juniper and St. John's wort
- Take Siberian ginseng capsules
- Tinctures of ashwagandha and oats
- Exercise regularly to strengthen your muscles
- Avoid alcohol and cigarettes
- Swimming and exercising in water
- Avoid stressful situations
- Thyme and nutmeg compresses
- Massage
- Acupuncture
- Acupressure
- Chiropractic
- Good sleep and rest during the day


Be sure to consult a doctor if one or more signs of illness appear.