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Fibromyalgia

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Fibromyalgia is a complex syndrome with no known cause. Its
primary symptom is severe muscle pain. Other symptoms may include
fatigue, chest pain, low-grade fever, swollen lymph nodes,
insomnia, frequent abdominal pain, irritable bowel syndrome, and
depression.

Women between 25-45 years of age are most affected. An estimated
3-6 million people have the disorder. Some clinicians regard
fibromyalgia as a precursor to chronic fatigue syndrome.

Fibromyalgia is a serious metabolic disorder for which there is
no magic drug. Therefore, Dr. Engelman has developed a
comprehensive natural program to deal with fibromyalgia. The
program includes a guided exercise program, dietary counseling,
selective vitamin therapy, physical therapy, and development of
coping skills.

Medical studies suggest that this type of program can alleviate
many of the problems associated with fibromyalgia.

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