CBD Oil For Arthritis And Fibromyalgia | Invisible Illnesses And Disabilities

CBD oil for arthritis and fibromyalgia.
CBD as one of more than 100 chemical
compounds derived from cannabis, a plant
also known as marijuana. A small body of
research, suggests that CBD may help
people with fibromyalgia. A review from
2013, states that CBD can help to relieve
pain caused by fibromyalgia and other
conditions, including rheumatoid
arthritis and multiple sclerosis. In this
video we explore why CBD may be able to
relieve the pain of fibromyalgia.
How does CBD for fibromyalgia work? Many
studies have looked at the effectiveness
of CBD in treating fibromyalgia.
Researchers cannot decisively say why
the compound appears to reduce some
fibromyalgia symptoms but there are some
strong theories that are still being
tested and research. They also do not
understand why it works in some people
and not in others. The pain relieving
effects of CBD may be explained by the
ways that this substance affects the
brain. It may interrupt the nerve
pathways that send signals of pain
between the brain and the body. There is
also an anti-inflammatory action of CBD
that would reduce heat and swelling
around injury or disease. This would
reduce pain.
There is also debate about whether CBD
is more effective when used alone or as
medical marijuana. A combination of other
chemicals in the plant may intensify the
positive effects of CBD and provide
additional benefits. One 2006 study
determined that CBD worked best in
combination with THC but little research
has followed. A 2016 study suggested that
a lack of endocannabinoids,
neurotransmitters that bind to
cannabinoid receptors, may be at the root
of chronic pain syndromes including
migraines in fibromyalgia. Taking CBD may
correct this deficiency explaining the
compound success in alleviating chronic
pain.
Is CBD effective? Taking CBD oil may
alleviate symptoms of fibromyalgia. In
some people it may change the way that
they process pain with beneficial
effects. Quality research is now being
conducted on this treatment method. In
the past research focused on medical
marijuana rather than CBD in particular.
New studies are finding benefits linked
to this compound. CBD has been found to
effectively reduce pain, improve sleep,
and diminish refractory pain in patients
with fibromyalgia, migraine, irritable
bowel syndrome,
and similar conditions involving chronic
pain. Our conclusions: Fibromyalgia is a
chronic illness and CBD will not cure it.
Symptoms may vary with time whether or
not a person is treated. However, many
with the condition, find that
experimenting with combinations of
remedies can help to manage or eliminate
symptoms. In most cases, CBD works best
when combined with medication and
lifestyle remedies. If a person lives in
an area where medical marijuana and CBD
are legal, it is still worth talking to a
medical professional before using it. It
may be necessary to experiment with
varied treatment strategies over time. In
the description below, you can find our
selection of CBD products available
online. If you have experienced this
treatment directly, let me know by
commenting on this video. If you have
further questions, simply write them down.
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