Discovering peace to heal Fibromyalgia

For years, when I was working on my understanding, I realized how important it was, the silence and time for myself. I noticed how much noise bother me in the street, people talking constantly, television etc. I started to appreciate the time only dedicated for me and being present in tranquil environment that allows me to be truly myself. I noticed that these particular conditions allow me to gradually recover. At first I decided to participate in frequent trips out of town and being around nature. Then the constant yearning for peace attracted habitability in a quiet area, even though in the same city, away from the hustle and full of greenery.

These excellent conditions allowed me to begin to fully enjoy the peace, not only for creating something (ec. writing), but most of all to be with me, to explore the importance of silence for the integrity of my body, recover its rhythms, for harmony with nature and the people. I find that silence is full, full of life: life in me and surroun…

War Veterans Suffering from Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia and Post Traumatic Syndrome PTSD sufferers who are veterans of wars by Dr. Ewa Danuta Bialek Ph.D.

You are probably wondering why I might turn to you, a veteran of the war? 

I am a senior , a medical doctor in Warsaw Poland, and what could I possibly have in common with you, a veteran of recent wars?

I did not fight in a war, but I am a survivor of post war horrors in Warsaw Poland under an oppressive and brutal communist regime. So, I experienced early in life the same trauma that soldiers and prisoners in concentration camps felt. Studies have shown that the devastating effects of war on soldiers and civilian populations will be felt for at least three or more subsequent generations. Your body will survive, barely, but your mind still carries the memories, and those memories continue to replay inside your mind damaging your body and the children will remember and as you will see, terribly affected by the suffering this is causing the parents and the constant stress.


Healing Fibromyalgia: A journey of how Doctor Ewa Bialek beat her crippling disease.

Dr. Ewa Bialek incredible journey from near crippled by the disease to completely healed and lecturing on the subject is documented in this comprehensive guide that details exactly how she did it and how you can to.

Dr. Ewa Danuta Bialek Ph.D is a medical researcher that suffered from the pain and despair of fibromyalgia for years due to a traumatic childhood.

What are the Fibromyalgia Pain Points?

This is an excerpt taken from Healing Fibromyalgia
by Dr. Ewa Danuta Bialek PhD
The main symptom of fibromyalgia pain points starts one place, and over time may spread throughout the locomotive body. Typically, muscle pain spreads, which in turn causes more intense pain and the patient’s unconscious reaction of defense against pain leads to further muscle tension in surrounding areas, creating a vicious cycle. Initially disease affects the spine, and usually the loin and neck. From there, the pain spreads to: the nape of the neck, shoulders, elbows and hands, around the hips, knees and ankles. They can also affect the jaw and chest, some fingers and toes.

Fibromyalgia pain points are worse after long periods of rest, especially after lengthy sitting, or as a result of the cold and damp. Medical examination found varying degrees of tension and irritation of the tendon conditions. These points are called tender touch points or tender points which exhibit increased sensitivity to pressure…

Fybromyalgia suferers.. being healthy concerns the present

Fibromyalgia suffers cannot wait. Being healthy concerns the present. It can not be indefinite order in time. It has to live within you by now. When you love yourself, take care of yourself now, it help what is ailing now, not tomorrow – ever. The process of being in the now allows timely registration and control of what is happening within us and immediate action.

Fibromyalgia recovery means loving yourself first of all

Over the years, with my struggles with grief, I found also some of my jigsaw puzzle. One of them was a sense of my low self-esteem and need for deserving love. These two patterns (which I have described before, but in another sense) came to me very frequently in a variety of situations. One of them was the relationship with people. Over the years, I really suffered when established connections and friendships ended over time or suddenly. I always blamed myself for that reason. I thought that I was not good enough, do not act as expected, did not deserve to be loved. This problem appeared many times, and I saw myself as the culprit.

Fibromyalgia sufferers: Now is the time to take care of yourself.

Often people who have experienced the lack of love or abandonment, dedicated themselves to others, devoting their time and often money, which they have them little. In their subconscious lies deep pattern of deserving love.