Severe Hand Pain with Fibromyalgia and Its Treatment Options

By: Wyatt Redd If you have fibromyalgia, you know all about pain. The pain of fibromyalgia is constant and can spread all over the body. But generally, the pain is located in 18 specific tender points around the body. These 18 points are one of the best signs that someone has fibromyalgia. In fact, it’s one of…

Facts and FAQs About Sciatica, Low Back and Leg Pain

Sciatica is pain that radiates from the lower back along the sciatica nerve. Sciatica is a type of lumbar radiculopathy; a condition described as pain and/or sensations (eg numbness, tingling) that travels downward into one or both legs. Pain is the hallmark sciatic symptom and classic sciatica radiates below the knee. Typically, sciatica causes pain,…

What You Need To Know About Fibromyalgia Thigh Pain

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome which cause widespread body pain in the muscles, ligaments and tendons. The pain can also radiate from other areas into the thigh. Fibromyalgia thigh pain can lead to weakness of the legs, and can really cause difficulty in walking or even basic movements such as sitting and standing. Possible…

Why Is Fibromyalgia Mistaken As Hypochondria?

For a long time now, some medical experts consider fibromyalgia as a psychosomatic condition. As such fibromyalgia is often mistaken as hypochondria. However, recent studies have proven that the symptoms of fibromyalgia are real. They are as real as the case of other medical illnesses out there. Why Are Fibromyalgia Patients Mistaken As Hypochondriacs? Why…

What Causes Fibromyalgia Dizziness?

What Causes Fibromyalgia Dizziness? Almost 70 percent of those with fibromyalgia are said to experience dizziness. Dizziness refers to a feeling of faint or lightheadedness. Dizziness often lead to a loss of balance which makes you at risk of falls and injuries. Fibromyalgia dizziness can happen occasionally, daily and can last for an extended period…

Foot Reflexology For Fibromyalgia

Foot Reflexology For Fibromyalgia Foot reflexology can help to relieve pain in a wide variety of illnesses. It is a form of alternative therapy that relies on the application of pressure to zones in the foot. It may even help alleviate some of your fibromyalgia pain. What Is Foot Reflexology? The idea of applying pressure…

Craniosacral Therapy For Fibromyalgia

Craniosacral Therapy For Fibromyalgia The main cause of fibromyalgia is still unknown. The condition has been linked to dysfunctional hormones, nerve signals and spinal fluid pressure. Since the cause of fibromyalgia is not fully understood, treating the condition is difficult. There are many alternative therapies which can help fibromyalgia.  Craniosacral therapy for fibromyalgia is said…

Heart Abnormalities in Fibromyalgia

You hear a lot about the brains and nerves of people with fibromyalgia, and a fair bit about the hormones, immune systems, and digestive issues, as well. What you don’t hear much about is the heart—and that needs to change. Researchers have uncovered information about heart disease and cardiac abnormalities in fibromyalgia that we all need…

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