The triple warmer meridian is the meridian that governs the bodys fight/flight/freeze response.It is believed that during times of acute stress or trauma and particularly when these experiences are repeated over and over again the body becomes locked into a state of chronic triple warmer meridian overenergization.The energy meridian system has long been identified in Eastern medicine it is the energy system that is treated when acupuncture is used.In her book, Energy Medicine, Donna Eden identifies the role that the triple warmer meridian plays with fibromyalgia.And if one set doesn’t work, you need to remember what meridian may control or feed the affected meridian, and work on those control points. Another possibility is using the Yu or Shu acupuncture points on the back.These points are associated with different meridians which are associated with certain muscles (see chart).You can access the Interactive Pulse Check either from the Charts Menu or from an open active Session.
Or you can sedate a meridian, thereby “working” several muscles at once.
By many, fibromyalgia is considered to have no cure.
The goal instead is often to assist those with fibromyalgia in learning to cope with and accommodate their difficulties.
Characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain and achiness, chronic fatigue and insomnia, fibromyalgia affects 3-6% of the population, and is more common in women than men.
Mainstream western medicine has found fibromyalgia frustratingly difficult to treat.