IV ketamine therapy for
Treating Fibromyalgia Pain

Fibromyalgia Pain

What is Fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is a chronic and complex condition that causes widespread pain, fatigue, and tenderness in the muscles, nerves, bones, and joints. The condition often begins slowly with mild symptoms but can quickly become worse before diagnosis or treatment has been sought out by those who experience them.

While there is no cure for fibromyalgia, there are treatments that can help manage the symptoms. IV ketamine therapy is an effective treatment for fibromyalgia patients, and may offer some pain relief and alleviation of other symptoms of the condition.

So, if you were searching the internet for intravenous ketamine infusions that can provide long-term pain relief from your fibromyalgia symptoms that may have not responded well to other available pain treatment or pain medicine, come to Vitamind Infusion Center, El Paso, TX today!

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What Causes Fibromyalgia Pain?

Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder that causes widespread pain. The cause of fibromyalgia isn't fully understood, but it appears to be related to the body's sensitivity and overactivity of muscles throughout much or all parts thereof.

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Risk Factors for Developing Fibromyalgia Pain

Several factors have been associated with an increased risk of developing fibromyalgia syndrome. These include:

  • family history (genetics), certain genetic mutations in the brain affecting the normal functioning of the chemicals in the brain (Neurotransmitters)
  • stressful life events like death, divorce, or any traumatic incident in childhood;
  • physical trauma such as injury from an accident that caused pain requiring medical attention before the age of 20 years old--could be due to both minor constraints on movement like tight muscles causing breathing difficulties when exercising hard enough.
  • A rheumatoid arthritis patient is likely to develop fibromyalgia with time.
  • Women are generally at a higher risk to develop Fibromyalgia symptoms depending on the factor that their heel areas are generally more prone to bear the pain, trauma, or physical tension. Hence, female fibromyalgia patients are usually more reported in the United States of America to suffer from fibromyalgia symptoms than men.

Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

The symptoms of fibromyalgia can be difficult to detect. They may not present themselves in any one place, but rather through your whole body including head senses like vision or hearing loss as well physical ones such as sore throat and fatigue which are often accompanied by chronic pain on top of all this without even realizing why!

The symptoms of fibromyalgia can be extremely painful and disruptive and the symptom severity varies from individual to individual depending upon certain factors. The common symptoms include;

  • chronic pain disorders: widespread chronic musculoskeletal pain, chronic fatigue, and soreness throughout your body.
  • difficulty sleeping due to restless legs or stiffness during waking hours that makes it difficult even for a mild activity like getting out of bed in the morning.
  • major depression (severe major depressive disorder) is also common with this condition because there's no way you'll feel better unless these physical ailments begin feeling more manageable on their own - but unfortunately, they don't!
  • The pain signals in the brain lead to headaches, migraine, anxiety, and concentration issues.

Fibromyalgia is a condition in which many people experience muscle pain, diarrhea, and other symptoms. People with this disorder often feel better when they're stationary or sleeping on the couch all day long!

How do Ketamine Infusions Help Fibromyalgia?

Ketamine has shown to alleviate pain associated with fibromyalgia and improve mood in those who suffer from conditions like depression or chronic anxiety. It does this by acting on receptors located all over the brain, especially the pain-related brain regions, diminishing the pain response of the brain and ultimately giving the patients with fibromyalgia relief from pain and discomfort.

Ketamine is a non-competitive agonist at the NMDA (N Methyl D Aspartate) receptor and inhibits transmitter release in the spinal cord. This therapy has shown to relieve pain by inhibiting the transmission of signals between nerves via neurotransmitters like substance P or norepinephrine that are responsible for producing continuous muscle contractions associated with fibromyalgia symptoms.

Thus, IV Ketamine therapy causes rapid and profound changes to the Central neurons that control body movements. This pain therapy causes a significant reduction in pain and agony, and allows patients with fibromyalgia more freedom from their chronic discomfort, allowing them a better quality of life overall.

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Benefits of IV Ketamine Treatment for Fibromyalgia.

IV Ketamine therapy is a promising new treatment for fibromyalgia. People with chronic conditions have reported significant relief from their symptoms after undergoing this form of IV ketamine administration, including improved sleep quality and less pain throughout bodily regions affected by Fibromyalgia.

It works fast, leaving no side effects or risk of relapse once the patient has reached their desired outcome; there are also reports claiming it can be used alongside other medications if necessary without any negative interactions between them! It has the following benefits;

  • It does not slow the breathing or heart rate of the patients
  • Stress is lifted off the patient in layers and the patient feels warm, safe, and confident.
  • Better sleep cycle
  • No dependency on other medications
  • Low side effects profile and may show mild symptoms
  • Fast and effective results

What Should Fibromyalgia patients expect from Ketamine Infusion Therapy?

IV Ketamine infusion therapy for Fibromyalgia is not FDA approved but it has widely been used as an "Off-Label" to treat fibromyalgia. The health provider at our center takes each case with special care, checking for any underlying chronic pain issues and making sure to give each client a highly professional yet friendly and satisfactory environment.

The intravenous ketamine treatment session usually lasts for about 40 minutes to 1 hour and the patients experience significant initial pain reduction that may wear off 15 to 20 minutes after the drip ends. The health care provider would be present throughout the process for any emergency help or assistance. Moreover, a nurse would keep monitoring the vitals of patients like heart rate, blood pressure, etc. during the therapy to avoid any side effects.

The prolonged ketamine infusions for the treatment of fibromyalgia are designed to have a series of infusions sessions that are regularly paced depending on the recovery and receding symptoms in a patient. It may include 4 to 6 infusions spaced over several weeks.

IV Ketamine Infusion center for Fibromyalgia in EL PASO, TX

Vitamind Infusion Center in El Paso, TX, provides ketamine infusion for patients with fibromyalgia in a peaceful and welcoming environment. Our team of healthcare providers is devoted to making your experience as pleasant as possible. Before beginning any treatment, we always notify our patients about any potential side effects and answer all of their concerns regarding the treatment.

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