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Fibrositis Home Remedies and Treatment

Fibrositis is inflammation of the muscle fibres, often a chronic condition which can lead to the formation of hard nodules within the muscle. Fibrositis particularly affects the large muscles of the back, neck and shoulders and sometimes into the buttocks. Fibrositis may occur as a result of an injury, but is equally likely to arise from chronic stress and tension or poor posture. It needs to be differentiated from arthritis or other causes of pain.

Home remedies for Fibrositis

Aromatherapy - Massage of the affected area is one of the most effective forms of treatment, and professional massage may well be needed to get deep into the tight muscles. At home stroking and kneading the muscles with an oil containing essential oils of Eucalyptus, Lavender, Marjoram, Pine or Rosemary will help to warm and relax the affected fibbers, stimulating the local circulation.

Herbalism - Any anti-inflammatory herbs that might be taken internally can often be used in conjunction with local agents, for instance the oils suggested above. Furthermore, since stress is often a factor, look at herbs for easing tension.

Homeopathy - In the first place try Rhus tox if the fibrostis pains are aggravated when first starting to move after resting, but gradually ease with continued steady movement.

Naturopathy - Massage, stretching exercises and attention to posture will all help greatly, as will proper rest and relaxation. See a Naturopathy therapist for the best advice which will suit your own health and lifestyle.


 

 
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