Enzymes for Fibromyalgia? The Natural Treatment That Could Stop Your Pain

systemic enzymes FibromyalgiaFibromyalgia syndrome is a chronic disorder that causes widespread pain, tenderness and sometimes additional symptoms like fatigue, sleep problems and brain fog. The pain of fibromyalgia is often described as a dull unrelenting ache that occurs on both sides of your body.

It’s estimated that 5 million Americans, mostly women, struggle with this condition,[i] which, until recently, wasn’t even recognized by doctors. The problem is that while the characteristics of fibromyalgia are becoming more widely understood, the causes – and effective treatments – are not.

Fibromyalgia tends to run in families, so there’s thought to be a genetic component. It also sometimes appears after an infection or physical or emotional trauma, although other times there is no apparent trigger.

Fibromyalgia is more likely to occur if you have another rheumatic disease, such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus, and it may also occur alongside other pain conditions, such as chronic fatigue syndrome, endometriosis, inflammatory bowel disease, interstitial cystitis, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, and vulvodynia.[ii]

At the foundational level, it’s thought that fibromyalgia may affect the way your brain processes pain signals, leading to constant pain. The Mayo Clinic explained:[iii]

Researchers believe repeated nerve stimulation causes the brains of people with fibromyalgia to change. This change involves an abnormal increase in levels of certain chemicals in the brain that signal pain (neurotransmitters). In addition, the brain’s pain receptors seem to develop a sort of memory of the pain and become more sensitive, meaning they can overreact to pain signals.

Conventional Fibromyalgia Treatment Relies on Drugs With Questionable Benefits, Serious Side Effects

Three main classes of drugs are often recommended to treat fibromyalgia:

  • Pain relievers (including acetaminophen, NSAIDs and others)
  • Antidepressants
  • Anti-seizure medications, to help reduce pain

Their purpose is to relieve the symptoms of pain, depression, sleeplessness and muscle tension that characterize this condition, yet they do so only on a superficial level, and many who take pain relievers still find no relief from their pain.

In one analysis of 10 high-quality studies comprising more than 6,000 adults who received either duloxetine (Cymbalta, and antidepressant), milnacipran (Savella, for fibromyalgia pain), or a placebo to treat fibromyalgia for up to six months, the majority of those taking medications did not experience substantial improvement.[iv]

Only 22 percent of those on the drug regiment improved significantly while 21 percent quit taking the medications because the side effects were too severe. The most common medication side effects that lead patients to stop taking the drugs were nausea, dry mouth, constipation, headache, somnolence/dizziness and insomnia, and, rarely, both drugs were associated with suicidality, liver damage, abnormal bleeding, elevated blood pressure and urinary hesitation.

The researchers concluded that drug treatment alone for fibromyalgia “should be discouraged,” and instead suggested a more holistic approach that included exercise to improve mobility and psychological counseling to improve coping skills.

Fred Wolfe, M.D. of the National Data Bank for Rheumatic Diseases told the Center for Advancing Health:[v] “This is a very important study … There’s an enormous amount of advertising suggesting that these drugs really help, whereas the research data show that the improvement is really minimal.”

And study co-author Brian Walitt, M.D., M.P.H. added:

The medical field does poorly with the treatment of fibromyalgia in general … Chasing [a cure] with medicine doesn’t seem to work.The people who seem to me to do best sort of figure it out on their own by thinking about things, getting to know themselves, and making changes in their lives to accommodate who they’ve become.

Why Everyone With Fibromyalgia Should be Treating Their Buildup of Fibrin With Enzymes

The word fibromyalgia comes from the Latin term “fibro,” for fibrous tissue, and the Greek words “myo” (muscle) and “algia” (pain), [vi] and this gives a great clue to one of the most preferred, safe and natural treatments for this condition. According to Dr. William Wong, ND, PhD.:[vii]

… in FMS [fibromyalgia syndrome] we have a build up of fibrin (the fibro of Fibromyalgia) through and across striated muscle around the body. There is also the growth of fibrin in the micro-circulation essentially plugging these tiny blood vessels in the effected areas. The combo of decreased blood supply, with the strangulating effect of the fibrin on muscle tissue … creates the environment of ischemia [(the lack of oxygen or Adenosine Tri Phosphate for the cells to breathe, leading to pain)].

What can be done to decrease the fibrosis? Until recently, nothing. There has been really nothing in either the allopathic or naturopathic armamentum that was capable of lysing away scar tissue or fibrosis … [but] with the advent of oral systemic enzyme research and application all branches of the healing arts now have a powerful and effective tool for the safe lysing away of fibrosis.

In short, the pain and suffering of fibromyalgia have been linked to an excess of fibrin in your muscle tissues. Known as fibrosis, this condition can spread to affect every muscle and organ in your body. Fortunately, it doesn’t take long to reverse fibrin overgrowth. The key is re-activating your body’s natural fibrin clean-up crew, which is made of proteolytic enzymes, a group of systemic enzymes responsible for breaking down protein molecules. They hit fibrin masses and eat them away — literally! As an added bonus, proteolytic enzymes also cleanse toxins from your blood, fight viruses, and fortify your immune system.

To learn more, and discover the most powerful proteolytic enzyme supplement on the market, click the box below. Sound too good to be true? More than 150,000 people in 85 countries have already become pain free using all-natural proteolytic enzyme therapy. Care to join them?

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[i] National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, Fibromyalgia August 2012
[ii] National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, Fibromyalgia August 2012
[iii] Mayo Clinic Fibromyalgia Causes
[iv] Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2013 Jan 31;1:CD010292.
[v] Center for Advancing Health January 31, 2013
[vi] National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, Fibromyalgia August 2012
[vii] SystemicEnzymes.net Fibromyalgia

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7 thoughts on “Enzymes for Fibromyalgia? The Natural Treatment That Could Stop Your Pain”

  1. DR. H..Surasa Gunawidjaja says:

    I bought your The Seven Day Back Pain Cure a couple months ago

  2. Susan K says:

    Maybe 10 years ago I knew about digestive enzymes, which I found helpful. Then some catalogue came describing systemic enzymes, including serratidylpeptidase, or worm silk, an enzyme that does something to stop pain. Blew my mind at the time.

    One of the big points made in that catalogue is that the body has a balance, fibrin that seals to protect, as a cut, and plasmin, which then cleans up the scab when not needed. For some reason the plasmin side becomes lacking. Replacing with enzymes can remedy this.

    As we get older, the body makes fewer enzymes. But also we live in an age where chemicals and not-body-friendly items render out bodies “out of balance”. Supplementing with enzymes becomes almost necessary as we age, for preventable reasons as well as palliative – ie, to deal with pain.

    The proteolytic enzymes offered by this site have been very helpful to me, and effective.

  3. Belkys says:

    I just ordered a free trial today. I am really anxious in having this miracle happen. It is extremely difficult to live with chronic pain. Especially when you have to get up everyday and go to work and at the beginning of your 50’s. I cannot lead a normal life.

  4. Jennifer Anderson says:

    Jenny G
    I have sent for this fibrin enzyme. I am on oxycontin 125mg daily which does not stop the terrible pain I am in with sore burning buttocks and legs and feet. Painful hands and burning arms. It says on the instructions for this enzyme to see your doctor before use but my doctor would just tell me no do not use it. I am desperate to try it as I am in so much pain will it harm me to take it with the oxycontin which helps me a little but not a lot.

  5. Patty says:

    Jennifer, I take Serrapeptase for the pain and burning. I started with 120,000 IU but now I take much more. Serrapeptase is also an enzyme. Serrapeptase should be taken on an empty stomach with a full cup of water to do it’s wonders. It is slow working but it is the only thing that has helped me. Look up Floroquinolone toxicity or adverse reactions to floroquinolones. Cipro, Levaquin, avalox, etc are dangerous antibiotics that cause this and many other problems and is termed fybro by many doctors. There are online groups of many people affected by these drugs. I wish you well.

  6. Steve says:

    Jennifer A.

    The reason why all supplement manufactures ask you to consult your physician is that only you and your Physician know your complete medical history and they are the only ones that can give you a definitive answer if you can take the product or not as not all supplement are suitable for all people.

    We know that ingredients, in Heal n Soothe are in the words of the FDA (Generally Considered Safe) meaning they are safe for the average healthy person.

    One way to consult your physician is to ask the question is a way that makes it easy from them to understand:

    You: Hi Doc, I have a question about supplements.

    Doc: What is your question.

    You: Is there any reason why I can not take a Proteolytic Enzymes supplement with a supporting Herbal component?

    All the Best…

    Steve HBI-Staff

  7. Maggie W. says:

    I take Serrapeptase for fibrous tissue in the breast (elongated globs). If I stop taking it, they will hurt. About 3 years ago I read “the lupus bible” online, when I was told I would have to take meds with some pretty devastating side effects, to which I was allergic in different ways. After going on a “ph diet,” I lost 11 lbs and took holistic supplements, Serrapeptase being one of them, two years later I was retested negative for lupus.

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