Time and time again, companies release new medicines that do little to help the pain and suffering caused by fibromyalgia. A pain disease marked by constant aches, unwarranted fatigue, and debilitating confusion, the cause of fibromyalgia is still a mystery to doctors and scientists.
Not until recently did many doctors even recognize fibromyalgia as a valid disease and not completely made up by the patient. And only after that progress was made did the scientific community begin crafting medications that would help treat the disease.
Unfortunately, there is no known cure to fibromyalgia. That’s why it’s imperative that the world becomes serious about finding answers to the questions patients have long been asking: what is this pain and how can I make it go away?
A few drugs, such as Cymbalta, Lyrica, and Savella hit the market with a splash. Sadly, those medications have done little to help the widespread pain felt by fibromyalgia sufferers. In fact, the extreme list of side effects to those drugs seem more daunting than facing the pain without medication.
That is, until researcher Thomas Muehlbauer invented the AVACEN Treatment Method. His report states that not one patient of his study (in which 500,000 treatments were administered) has reported a single side effect.
So you’re probably wondering how the AVACEN Treatment Method works.
Muehlbauer explains by saying, “The key is the continued infusion of heat into the circulatory system through the palm when the body is at normothermia, approximately 98.6 degrees F. The heat acts as a catalyst to reduce the thickness of the blood. The result is the body must dissipate the unwanted heat by pumping the warmed and thinner blood through the skeletal muscles to reach the heat exchange capillary network where it can be cooled by the ambient air.”
You heard right: the AVACEN Treatment is basically spa therapy for your internal organs, such as important pain receptors like the muscles. That’s some serious muscular relaxation!
In case you are concerned about the possibility of body temperatures becoming too warm, Muehlbauer continues by stating, “It should be noted that the level of heat is precisely controlled so that it cannot induce heatstroke. Actually, the level of infused heat normally doesn’t even engage the sweat glands.”
It sounds like the study, which was performed by the The University of California, San Diego and the Department of Veterans Affairs, is close to a complete breakthrough which will change the fibromyalgia community forever.
Would you consider the AVACEN Treatment Method to help control your fibromyalgia pain? Let us know in the comments what you think!