Everything You Need to Know About Fibromyalgia

Your quality of life can be affected when you live with pain, fatigue, and other fibromyalgia symptoms on a daily basis. But despite misunderstandings, you find help managing this chronic condition. Fibromyalgia is a long-term, or chronic, condition. It causes symptoms such as: This condition can be hard to understand, even for healthcare professionals. Its symptoms mimic those of other conditions, and there are no tests to definitively confirm a diagnosis. As a result, fibromyalgia is often misdiagnosed. In the past, some healthcare professionals even questioned whether fibromyalgia was real.…

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100% VA Disability Rating for Tinnitus: Why You Should Consider Secondary Conditions

For many veterans, the persistent sounds of tinnitus are a continuous reminder of their service sacrifices.  While tinnitus is the most claimed VA disability, it often results in just a 10% rating. However, when considering secondary conditions linked to tinnitus, a 100% rating is within reach! Read on to learn more. This article delves into understanding tinnitus, its prevalence, and the potential path to a full VA disability rating.  Let’s explore how, with guidance like that from Hill & Ponton, veterans can navigate this complex claim process for the recognition they deserve.…

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What Is Major Depressive Disorder?

By Jenn Sinrich   Medically reviewed by Lindsay Cook, PharmDPrint  Table of Contents Depression is a common and serious mood disorder that impacts the way an individual feels, thinks, and acts on a daily basis. It also goes by the name major depressive disorder (MDD), or clinical depression. Someone who is depressed may experience a lack of interest and excitement in everyday activities that they once enjoyed, and the overall emotional toll that depression can take on a person’s wellbeing can lead to emotional, physical, and mental issues that can impact nearly every facet…

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What to Eat When You Have Fibromyalgia

Dietary Recommendations for Better Management By Adrienne Dellwo  Table of Contents Fibromyalgia can be difficult to manage, but there is evidence that certain dietary changes can benefit people living with this chronic pain disorder. What exactly might help can differ from person to person, but some have reported improvement with increased intake of antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids and decreased consumption of food allergens and gluten. Although research supporting the use of diet in fibromyalgia is of low quality overall, a 2019 review published in the Annals of Medicine reported that diet rendered positive results in five of…

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Childhood Trauma and Stress and Fibromyalgia – Is There a Connection?

Traumatic experiences and stressors in childhood have historically been overlooked as predisposing factors in the development of various chronic pain disorders and psychiatric conditions, including fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, insomnia, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and chronic fatigue syndrome. However, the tide is turning as research is revealing a significant correlation between childhood trauma and adult health.  The central nervous system is rapidly developing during childhood and being conditioned to respond to various stimuli and stressors that are encountered in life. As an assortment of environmental stimuli are encountered, new…

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200+ Symptoms of Fibromyalgia (Hard to Believe). What are Yours?

Over 5 million people affects by fibromyalgia in the U.S also the numbers are keep on increasing. There are numerous uncomfortable signs of Fibromyalgia. It is recognized as an unseen illness as people cannot see the way where people hurt from the disease. Usually, Fibromyalgia is a quite severe situation that the victims experience and its signs should be identified. For support and Discussion join the group “Living with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Illness” We have compiled the list of few of the worst symptoms and also added their coping methods. After that…

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Ear Problems and Fibromyalgia: How to Deal with Ear Issues?

BY JULIA NELSON Many fibromyalgia patients often complain about having issues with their ears. Are these two issues related? The problem is that most people who are being affected by fibromyalgia often feed horrible and they often tend to think that they just have another problem to deal with rather than this being in direct correlation with their fibromyalgia. As we learn more and more about fibromyalgia, we are finding that there are several symptoms that go along with having fibromyalgia. They are being caused by the pain that is associated…

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I’m A Doctor With Fibromyalgia. Here’s What I Wish People Understood About It

BY JULIA NELSON Fibromyalgia, a widely misunderstood illness, confuses and frustrates both patients and doctors alike. I know because I’ve seen it from both sides—as both a physician and a woman with the illness myself. This common chronic disease is characterized by widespread muscle pain, fatigue, and brain fog. It’s estimated that 5 million Americans currently suffer from the disorder, and close to 90 percent of those diagnosed are women. Still, there remains a lot of confusion about what the illness really is and how it’s treated. Here are five truths about fibromyalgia…

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Why Marijuana Edibles might be the best option for Fibromyalgia pain.

In this article we’ll explore how marijuana edibles can help with fibromyalgia, how to use and make it,  and finally some of the best-recommended cannabis strains for treating this condition Imagine being constantly tired with pain spreading all over your body. Your hips ache, your skin feels bruised and you never know what the next symptom will be. This is exactly what fibromyalgia sufferers go through on a daily basis. Fibromyalgia, a rheumatological condition, jeopardizes the normal functioning of the human body by causing musculoskeletal pain and constant fever-like symptoms. Current…

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251 Symptoms of fibromyalgia (hard to believe). What are yours?

Fibromyalgia affects more than 5 million people in the United States and their number is increasing. There are many uncomfortable signs of fibromyalgia. It is recognized as an invisible disease because people can not see how they are suffering from the disease. Usually fibromyalgia is a rather serious situation for the victim and his symptoms have to be identified. We have compiled the list of some of the worst symptoms and added their coping methods. Then we compiled and classified the list of all symptoms of fibromyalgia. Here is the general list of symptoms…

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