My 5-Step Treatment Process


  1. Sleep: Get adequate sleep, preferably eight to nine hours a night. Sleep replenishes the body’s energy and heals its muscles. Inadequate sleep will leave you exhausted and in pain.
  2. Hormones: Get tested for hormone deficiency and treated if needed. Hormone deficiencies can contribute to fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
  3. Immunity: Get treatment when symptoms of infections occur. The lack of restorative sleep in fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome leads to dysfunctional immune systems. Underlying viral, bacterial, bowel, sinus, and yeast infections are common and can be a contributing cause or result of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
  4. Nutrition: To maintain normal health and optimal energy levels you need to be sure your body is getting a proper balance of nutrition, particularly as nutritional deficiencies can result from fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Vitamin B-12, magnesium, Acetyl L-Carnitine, glutathione, as well as your basic A, B, C, and D vitamins are especially vulnerable to depletion from this.
  5. Exercise: Exercise as able. After ten weeks on the four steps above, you will be able to slowly increase your exercise – without being wiped out the next day!