Fibromyalgia, Listens Noises, Sounds, Buzzes, That Others Do not Hear. Why?

Tinnitus is the medical term for “hearing”  noises in the ears when there are no external sounds. The sounds you hear may be soft or loud and may sound like  whistling, blowing, roaring, buzzing, wheezing, whispering or chirping. One may even think you are listening to  the air escape, running water, the inside of a marine snail , or musical notes. Considerations Tinnitus…

Hot water exercise for the relief of pain due to fibromyalgia?

Possible benefits and how to start ??? Exercise is a double sword when you have fibromyalgia, it can help you feel better but, on the other hand, it can also make you worse. You would think it’s possible, so it’s a game of intensity and duration. Both must be adapted to your individual level of…

5 Severe Diseases Associated With Fibromyalgia. Probably You are not Aware

Fibromyalgia presents an exclusive medical mystery: Its symptoms are so universal; it’s both under diagnosed and misdiagnosed for comparable problems. “Fibromyalgia is a disorder of the central nervous system that causes widespread pain,” “Most frequently people with this long-term sickness are exhausted, have sleep problems, and are overwhelmed with tenderness throughout the body, particularly in…

My mom has fibromyalgia. Reading this made me cry for her

Yet, chronic pain and chronic illnesses are often invisible. In many cases there are no casts, visible rashes or runny nose involved. Chronic pain sufferers often appear “normal,” perhaps only a bit more fragile or sad than average. I suffered from chronic headaches for four-and-a-half years and from chronic hip pain for two-and-a-half years. Often I looked…

Chocolate and Fibromyalgia – Surprising Health Benefits

Did you know that dark chocolate helps to improve blood pressure and blood flow? Because it improves blood flow to the brain, it can improve memory and mental clarity. It contains powerful antioxidants that help with the negative effects of free radicals. Dark chocolate also has been shown to have high levels of some of…

Fibromyalgia and Stroke – Whats the difference between them

Fibromyalgia is a tough disease to cope with. It mainly takes years for a diagnosis and when you are told that you have fibromyalgia, you might be faced with cynicism from people at work, from your family or from your communal society. It is a disease that has no ultimate cure adding to the challenges…

16 Things Fibromyalgia Sufferers Need to Stop Doing

This article is based on 30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself. As I read it, I couldn’t help but think just how true so many of them were and thought that there were certain ones that were especially appropriate for those of us suffering from Fibro, CFS and other debilitating conditions. 16 Things Fibromyalgia Sufferers Need…

My Mom is Suffering With Fibro and Reading This Made Me Emotional for Her

Chronic pain is increasingly rampant today. Yet, chronic pain and chronic illnesses are often invisible. In many cases there are no casts, visible rashes or runny nose involved. Chronic pain sufferers often appear “normal,” perhaps only a bit more fragile or sad than average. I suffered from chronic headaches for four-and-a-half years and from chronic hip…

9 Early Signs Of Fibromyalgia Everyone Should Be Aware Of

If you are fighting with pain, you may be thinking about whether or not you fight with a disease known as fibromyalgia. So what are the first signs of fibromyalgia? This disease has a number of different symptoms, and because of this, it’s important for us to try and understand what the first signs of fibromyalgia…

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