Fibromyalgia & Your Stress Coping Savings Account


About The Doctor

Dr. Murphree uses some of the most sophisticated, yet practical, scientifically based, nutritional therapies to prevent and reverse even the most stubborn illnesses. Dr. Rodger Murphree, D.C., has been in private practice since 1990. He is the founder and past clinic director for a large integrated medical practice located on the campus of Brookwood Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama. He is the author of Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Heart Disease What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You, and Treating and Beating Anxiety and Depression with Orthomolecular Medicine.

He can be reached at or 205-879-2383.  


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16 Commentsto Fibromyalgia & Your Stress Coping Savings Account

  1. Mom says:

    Hon,I’ve no clue how Facebook works or how to properly leave comments for you.

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  2. I have fibromyalgia and some days I just feel so tired and I hurt so much. I’m on medication to help with pain but it doesn’t really work to good. I’m on melodicam and neurontin. What else can I do to treat fibromyalgia? Please help

  3. Melyssa Sachse says:

    Curious about Guaifenesin. I have been told a combination of that along with chiropractic care and massage therapy really helps fibro. What is your take on that? Also, I currently take 2,000 iu of Vit D, 1000mg of Vit C, 2000 mg of coconut oil and X3 1,250 mg of magnesium malate a day for my fibro. I have been doing that for about a month now and have started to feel somewhat better. Not 100% but better. What is your take of that? I sometimes worry I am taking too much. Thank you Dr.

  4. Tammie Davis says:

    Is there a audio for your book. I’m to tired to read ! Or to busy. I’m either working or sleeping. If there is a audio to your book I could listen at night or while I work.;)

  5. Robin says:

    Hi Dr. Murphree,

    I have fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, low thyroid (which I believe COULD be Hashimoto’s, based on what a recent doctor has said). That makes sense to me because I am definitely having some type of autoimmune response going on. I’ve heard about Low Dose Naltrexone and I’m wondering, as I listen to you talk about one’s stress coping savings account, if that may help with the autoimmunity and the fibromyalgia. Any thoughts on that? Thank you, Robin

  6. Lourdes Toro says:

    Stress is not my friend…It triggers alot of ugly symptoms and pain….I so tired of living this way

  7. Kathy says:

    I think stress can make one so physically sick. Have had severe nausea along with pain, stress or migraine headaches, depression, and extremely tired. Taking some supplements. Have you found cymbalta to help with fibro. Bupropien seems to help some with nausea. Have you had any patients so nauseated and sick to stomach almost all the time? If so anything they used that helped. Also I have been nauseated and in pain for ,15 years had every test I think there is. Finally arthritis specialist diagnosed me with fibro. Thank you very much.

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