SAM-e And Fibromyalgia
SAM-e (pronounced “samm-ee”) has been prescribed in Europe for decades. It was originally developed in 1952 in Italy as a treatment for depression; however, patients also reported pain relief and inflammation relief as a side effect. In addition to depression, SAM-e has demonstrated positive results for treatment of other conditions according to renowned Italian physician Ascanio Polimeni. European doctors prescribe SAM-e not only for depression but also for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and fibromyalgia.
Luckily, people with fibromyalgia (over 10 million in the US alone) and their doctors are starting to take note: SAM-e is now available as an over-the-counter supplement in the US, and multiple FDA-sponsored clinical trials have demonstrated its effectiveness for many of these conditions—including fibromyalgia. These results have been confirmed by multiple renowned medical research facilities, including the Mayo Clinic, the University of Maryland Medical Center, and the NYU Langone Medical Center.
But what is SAM-e, and how does it work? More importantly, how can you take it in a manner that’s affordable and offers high bioavailability?
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