Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Fibromyalgia ~Another Post from Mentallion
In addition, a promising natural alternative for fibromyalgia treatment is Brainwave Entrainment. Indeed, sessions based on brainwave entrainment help you to reduce not only the pain perception of the brain but also in the long term you can train your brain to naturally produce the brainwave patterns to alleviate this symptom. Moreover, in the long term you can reduce the dose of medicines needed to relieve fibromyalgia and even avoid drugs at all if you train your brain with this therapy.
A typical brainwave entrainment session for fibromyalgia and chronic pain reduction, consists of an MP3 file with special sounds (binaural beats) at the range of Sub-Delta (0 - 1 hz) frequencies, which seem to have soothing effects on the limbic system (the amygdala and hypothalamus), which themselves operate at delta frequencies. Theoretically, this is the reason delta frequencies are so helpful with conditions such as fibromyalgia and chronic pain, as well as hypertension.
Furthermore, stimulating the brain with Alpha waves (10 - 14 hz) also induces an increase in the release of serotonin, the body's own pain relief drug, and it has been shown to help in the relief of certain types of bodily pain and ailments such as fibromyalgia and headache. Brainwave entrainment also helps in the physical healing processes as well as improving the immune system. The best of this therapy is the easiness of it use. It consists only on lying down in your sofa or bed, close your eyes, and listen the therapy for 15 minutes or more. That's all.
In sum, fibromyalgia or chronic pain interfere the work performance of laborers. Given that fibromyalgia syndrome or can be considered as a pain hyper sensibility, by reducing deeply the brain's activity you will get a quick relief from this affliction. Therefore, a therapy based on Brainwave Entrainment is an excellent complement or even alternative to those based on drugs. Remember: the more you listen to the therapy, the more effective it is in the long term."
Dave also has research showing AVE to be effective for pain. People use it in the dentist office after all :)
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