PEA Works for Me
I want share my pain management strategy that includes using PEA with you and your readers.
I was diagnosed with MS in my early thirties, I'm 60 now. I have managed the pain with a healthy diet, exercise and finding the right medications.
Even though PEA is natural, it is still a medication. It helps manage my pain quite well. I would not be without it now. I feel it's crucial to my health and well-being.
I also take Cytotec (also called Misoprostol) for Trigeminal neuralgia.
I take Magnesium glycinate twice a day. I take it at night to help me sleep.
The Tecfidera I take makes me flush quite a bit. My eye lids tingle and I get itchy on the back of my neck and arms. This lasts 30-40 minutes, which is a typical side effect, but it’s worth it.
I take this for MS. I used to inject for ten years with beta interferon until I felt like a pin cushion. Tecfidera is much more effective at reducing the severity of my symptoms.
I take Maxalt for my migraines. Despite all that is going on, my migraines are quite mild now. They reduced in menopause thank goodness.
To your health Holly and all your readers.