Ongoing research is reporting the powerful benefits of IV hydration for chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia symptom relief. These two separate but related disorders share one common symptom: extreme fatigue. This type of exhaustion greatly interferes with people’s personal and professional lives, making the person sick if they don’t get the sleep they need. Three major contributors to inflammatory diseases like fibromyalgia and CF are: reduced blood volume, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and systemic inflammation. IV vitamin therapy is proving to be one of the most effective treatments for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue patients.

Causes of Co-Occurring Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue

Chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia frequently occur together because of a wide variety of patient-specific medical factors. Underlying issues promoting or exacerbating chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia include but are not limited to poor lifestyle choices, imbalance of certain neurotransmitters, cellular dysfunction, impaired immune system functioning, low blood iron and seasonal affective disorder/depression.

The Importance of Hydration

Dehydration is known to aggravate many of the central nervous system manifestations of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. “Brain fog,” for instance, is directly tied to dehydration in the body and is known to decrease quality of life in ill people. While oral hydration should always be a priority, the addition of a hydrating type of IV formula can be extremely beneficial for sufferers of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue.

How IV Infusion Therapies Can Relieve Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Saline Solutions

Saline/sodium chloride included in an IV drip helps raise low blood volume levels indicative of CF and fibromyalgia. Low blood volume is the reduced numbers red and white blood cells necessary for energy, normal functioning of the nervous system, and the immune system’s ability to fight infections and illnesses. Low blood volume may also interfere with autonomic nervous system responses associated with chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and other disorders involving systemic pain, weakness and overall poor health. A basic saline/sodium chloride IV drip can improve these numbers in patients and thus greatly improve symptoms. There are also other nutrients/medications that are proving to be very helpful in inflammatory conditions like CF and fibromyalgia.

Vitamin C

People with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome are often found to have a vitamin C deficiency that can cause severe fatigue, muscle weakness, body aches and pains, and reduced immune system functioning. Other vitamin C deficiency symptoms affecting people with CF/fibromyalgia include dental problems, spontaneous bleeding from the nose, dry skin and low-grade fever. Vitamin C IV infusions have been reasonably studied and shown to improve pain in viral infections, improve fatigue, and also improve oxidative / redox balance.

Vitamin B

Vitamin B is another vitamin IV therapy that is showing real benefits for fibromyalgia and CF sufferers. The essential B vitamins for alleviating symptoms of fibromalgia and CF include:

  • Vitamin B6 reduces painful leg spasms and promotes conversion of tryptophan to a neurotransmitter implicated in depression called serotonin.
  • Vitamin B5 is essential for cellular energy production and mitochondrial activity.
  • Vitamin B12 helps relieve body pain, muscle cramping and numerous neurological symptoms
  • B Complex (riboflavin, thiamine, pyridoxine, dexpanthenol, niacinamide) is powerfully effective for relieving neuromuscular irratibility by imparting antinociceptive effects on CF/fibromyalgia patients.

Magnesium

Studies have shown that one of greatest deficiencies in chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia sufferers is magnesium, a mineral responsible for supporting action of over 350 enzymes. Magnesium is especially necessary for converting fats and sugars into ATP, the chemical supporting cellular energy. Insufficient magnesium levels also cause muscle spasms, restless leg syndrome, insulin resistance and moodiness. However, oral supplementation of magnesium will not alter serum concentrations of magnesium. Only IV therapy is capable of doubling low magnesium levels to mediate symptoms of CF and fibromyalgia.

Selenium, zinc, folate, glutathione, and potassium chloride are additional nutritional ingredients included in IV hydration therapy to strengthen immune system functioning. These nutrients provide natural, analgesic properties for minimizing systemic pain and supporting production of cellulary energy to reduce fatique.

Start Managing Your Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia with IV Infusion Therapy

If you have been diagnosed with CF/fibromyalgia or think you may be suffering from chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, contact our functional medical center today to schedule a consultation appointment with a Revitalogy physician: 561-406-2269.

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