Muscle Pain from Statin Drugs

According to American Heart Association (AMA) 25% of the population in the age group of 50+ are currently taking statin drugs. The most recent findings released by the AMA now state that 80% of the population in that same age group (50+) are eligible for statin therapy.

Statins have Serious Side Effects

Statistics show that the use Statins continue to increase but we are also becoming more aware of the serious side effects.

Even the drug companies have added warnings in the advertising that now state, “Unexplained muscle pain and weakness could be a sign of a rare but serious side effect and should be reported to your doctor right away.”

Muscle pain and muscle weakness are two of the main side effects of statin drugs. It is well documented that people experience aching in the shoulders, pain in the jaw, or muscle pain in the legs.

What are statin users doing to manage the pain?

While trying to manage the side effects many seek the services of a Chiropractor, Massage Therapist, Reflexologist, or other health professionals in an attempt to help them manage and cope with the chronic pain.

Unfortunately, many of these health professionals face failure in helping clients; without realizing they are losing the battle to statin therapy side effects.

The Chiropractic Associations are actively making its’ doctors aware and helping to educate them on identifying statin drug use in their patients because of the severity and long term damage.

New research from the University of Bern in Switzerland found that people who had taken statins suffered ‘significant’ muscle injury that was still detectable years after they stopped taking the drug. The researchers believe the muscle damage is serious enough to warrant a review of alternative cholesterol-lowering therapies for those who complain of muscle pains.

For patients requiring statin drugs, what else can they do?

As a heath care professional you have an obligation to help your clients by educating and offering them a natural, clinically proven, and safe options for cholesterol management.

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Contact me to learn more and find out how you can offer this to your patients at your clinic.

Doug Collins
Certified Nutrition Consultant
Riverview, New Brunswick

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  1. Max

    This an awesome post….all chiropractor clinic always checks with his patients to see if they are currently using Statins…..if so they discuss that some of the pain may be a side-effect of the Statins and offers them a referral for BiosLife Complete if weight isn't an issue and BiosLife Slim if they are struggling with the fat…..on the body…he also talks about the viseral fat that has many devastating effects on the internal organs, including the heart…Slim actually will work first on the viseral fat and then on the external fat stores that are visible…awesome………..

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