Fibromyalgia is death disease

Fibromyalgia While there is a lot of ongoing speculation about what triggers fibromyalgia, its causes have yet to be definitively identified and confirmed. Recent research has generally found that fibromyalgia is most likely a result of what scientists call central sensitization, or unusual responses in the nervous system with regard to pain perception.    …

Five strange signs of fibromyalgia. What is your.

Fibromyalgia is a condition that affects almost 5 million women and men, but mostly women, only in the United States. Anyone who has fibromyalgia can say of constant chronic pain and unrelenting fatigue that are two of the symptoms of the syndrome signature. But the condition goes beyond body pain and a kind of exhaustion…

9 symptoms of fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia, that is, rheumatic pain in soft tissues, between the ages of 25-55 and more often in women. The disease can also occur in childhood; Muscle pain and tenderness, sleep disturbances, fatigue, weakness, and in the morning “eclipse” with the sensation of awakening. Memorial Antalya Hospital Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Uz. Dr. Feride…

Fibromyalgia and Herpes virus: Is there a connection?

Despite the instant negative reaction to the thought of the Herpes virus and the association with sexually transmitted disease, there are a number of different Herpes virus, including those responsible for Chicken Pox, Shingles, and Epstein Barr (mono). Even the ones with the most negative stereotypes are much more common that people believe; around 90%…

What is Occipital Neuralgia? How Is It Related To Fibromyalgia?

One of the worst things about fibromyalgia, besides the chronic pain and fatigue, has to be the way that people who suffer from fibromyalgia are at risk of so many other conditions like autoimmune diseases and especially, chronic headaches. It’s estimated that up to forty percent of people with fibromyalgia suffer from migraines or some other…

Formication and Fibromyalgia: Bugs Under Your Skin

What’s the most annoying thing about fibromyalgia? Is it the constant pain? Or the fatigue that makes it impossible to do even the most basic tasks? Maybe it’s the fibro-fog that leaves you forgetting where you left your keys every morning. Fibromyalgia has a seemingly endless supply of those little knock-on symptoms that all compete…

Central Sensitivity Syndrome and Fibromyalgia

You probably haven’t heard of central sensitivity syndrome, but it actually plays a pretty significant role in fibromyalgia. And understanding the relationship between central sensitivity syndrome and fibromyalgia can help you understand what’s going on in your body when it comes to your fibromyalgia. So what exactly is central sensitivity syndrome? And what’s the relationship…

Fibromyalgia: What Happens When My Hair Hurts?

Fibromyalgia: What Happens When My Hair Hurts? Image: Pexels If you have fibromyalgia, you may notice that your hair hurts. Loss of hair is just one symptom of fibromyalgia out of many. Several common symptoms include fatigue, brain fog, digestive issues, depression, muscle and joint issues, and chronic pain. Fibromyalgia is a condition in which…

Fibromyalgia Neck Pain

As with many other common symptoms, fibromyalgia neck pain can really be frustrating. I know, I say it often…fibromyalgia causes widespread pain and stiffness and can affect nearly any part of the body, but neck pain is still one of the more noticeable symptoms.We use our neck muscles for hundreds of small daily activities, including…

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