Can you tell me about fibromyalgia?

Yes. Fibromyalgia Overview Fibromyalgia syndrome affects the muscles and soft tissue. Symptoms include chronic muscle pain, fatigue, sleep problems, and painful tender points or trigger points, which can be relieved through medications, lifestyle changes and stress management.
Cause & cure. Fibromyalgia caused by premonitory low back & pelvis injury, childbirth, mechanical injuries, prolonged bed rest, deconditioned muscles, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, chronic pain, pain-interrupted non-restorative sleep. Multiple modalities need to reverse: Aquatherapy P.T., gentle yoga, massage, topical & edible cannabis, biofeedback, neutraceuticals, optimum nutrition, and mindfulness therapies.

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Can you please tell me about fibromyalgia?

Widespread pain. Fibromyalgia is a syndrome of widespread muscle and joint pain. Other symptoms can include fatigue, stiffness, insomnia, headaches, irritable bowel, inability to concentrate, numbness and tingling in the hands, raynaud's, anxiety, depression. Read more...
Chronic muscle pains. Fibromyalgia is actually a disease of the central nervous system in which there are lower than normal levels of brain chemicals called neurotransmitters. The symptoms are wide-spread muscle pain. The condition affects women to men 9:1 and the typical age at onset is 20-55 years old. Patients often have multiple associated complaints including depression, tmj, bowel and bladder symptoms, fatigue. Read more...
Joint Hypermobility. There is an association of mechanical spine/pelvic injuries, Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, obesity, musculoskeletal deconditioning, and femaleness with fibromyalgia. Theories of central sensitization are absent definitive proof. No one has convincingly ruled out ongoing intense widespread peripheral pain generation. See osteopath for in-depth musculoskeletal evaluation. Consult a Rheumatologist. Read more...