Description: Fibromyalgia affects almost all your body organs’ impairing functionality. Here is information about fibromyalgia.
Some people don’t know about fibromyalgia while others might be suffering from it either knowingly or unknowingly.
If a patient suspects they have fibromyalgia, they should look for these signs:
- Vision problems
- Depression and anxiety²
- Sleep disorders
- Skin problems
- Joint stiffness, especially in the morning
- Chest pain
- Muscle spasms
- Urinary problems
Patients may wonder why they have fibromyalgia. It could be because of:
- Emotional or physical trauma
- A widespread infection
- High-stress levels
Using a product such as CBD for fibromyalgia may help ease some of the symptoms that fibromyalgia patients suffer from.*¹
Cannabidiol may be in the form of:
- Topical, such as cream and balm
It is important to note that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hasn’t approved CBD as a treatment option for fibromyalgia or most other conditions.
What Is the Best CBD Dosage for Fibromyalgia?
Cannabidiol dosage varies from one person to the other, and each person’s response is unique, so it is recommended to start with a low dosage and increase as the body adjusts.
Does CBD work for fibromyalgia? It may, according to some users’ testimonials.*
Have you used CBD to help ease your patients’ symptoms of fibromyalgia? Please share your experience and questions in the comment section.
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*The thoughts and opinions discussed in this article do not reflect the opinions of MeyerDC. This site is not intended to provide opinion or treatment services and is for informational purposes only. These products and statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
¹Anthony, Kiara. “CBD for Fibromyalgia: Research, Treatment, Side Effects & More.” Healthline, Healthline Media, 4 Apr. 2020, www.healthline.com/health/cbd-for-fibromyalgia#research.
² D. Vigo, G. Thornicroft, et al. “Cannabidiol Induces Rapid and Sustained Antidepressant-Like Effects Through Increased BDNF Signaling and Synaptogenesis in the Prefrontal Cortex.” Molecular Neurobiology, Springer US, 1 Jan. 1970, link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12035-018-1143-4.