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Reveal the Hidden Truths of Fibromyalgia:
Dr. Hugh's Top 24 Breakthrough Discoveries

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In the United States, the prevalence of fibromyalgia has been estimated to range from affecting 5–10 million adults. It is most prevalent among middle-aged women, encompassing 75%–90% of those diagnosed.

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In this blog post, Dr. Hugh discusses the top 24 reasons why someone might still have fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia is a condition caused by underlying health issues, rather than being a condition in and of itself. That is why Dr. Hugh suggests taking a polytherapy approach to address multiple small issues that can add up and lead to a state of inflammation in the body, which is a common symptom of fibromyalgia. 


The top 24 reasons include low vitamin D, leaky gut, hormonal imbalances, and autoimmune disease, among others. Dr. Hugh emphasizes the importance of investigating the possible underlying causes of fibromyalgia to begin the journey to recovery.

Here is a 24-point guide on the possible reasons why someone might still have fibromyalgia despite conventional treatments:

  1. Low vitamin D

  2. Leaky gut

  3. PCOS or endometriosis

  4. Leaky brain

  5. History of chronic antibiotics

  6. Autoimmune Paleo diet

  7. Anemia

  8. Gluten sensitivity

  9. Magnesium deficiency

  10. Mold exposure

  11. Poor mitochondrial function

  12. Chronic stress

  13. H. Pylori infection

  14. Blood sugar problems

  15. Hypoglycemia

  16. Autoimmune disease

  17. Hormone dysregulation

  18. Oxalate Sensitivity

  19. Iron overload

  20. Low blood pressure

  21. Poor sleep

  22. Low white blood cell count

  23. Autoimmune disease against the thyroid

  24. Lack of digestive enzymes


It's important to note that there is no top priority, and tackling multiple small issues can lead to the body transitioning from a state of inflammation to a state of healing. Investigating the possible underlying causes and looking beyond conventional treatments is crucial for recovery. A polytherapy approach is recommended, where multiple factors are addressed to improve the overall health of the individual.

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