Evidence for Small Fiber Neuropathy in the Cornea of Fibromyalgia Patients

By Gabriel Bassi A new study published in Seminars in Arthritis & Rheumatism indicates that in patients with fibromyalgia the density of small nerve fibers in the cornea is reduced, supporting an evolving concept that fibromyalgia is a small fiber neuropathy. Fibromyalgia is also considered a stress-related syndrome that affects predominantly women. Recent research suggests that fibromyalgia is […]

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Morgan Freeman And Other Celebrities With Fibromyalgia Bravely Speak About Their Condition

Fibromyalgia is one of numerous conditions that are not caught on. Its side effects incorporate across the board muscle agony, exhaustion, and issues with considering, fixation, and memory (now and again called “fibro haze”). Around 5 million American grown-ups have fibromyalgia, as indicated by logical assessments. Fibromyalgia frequently co-happens with different conditions that reason unending […]

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Clinical Science Confirm Fibromyalgia Patients Exhibit Changes in Cerebral Blood Flow

BY JOANA FERNANDES, PHD  Fibromyalgia patients may have different cerebral blood flow parameters compared with the general population, according to a recent study. Researchers say these changes could be linked to clinical pain parameters and emotional factors. The study titled, “Altered cerebral blood flow velocity features in fibromyalgia patients in resting-state conditions,” was published in the journal PLoS […]

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Small Nerves – Big, Big Problem? Drug Trial Points Finger at Autoimmunity in Fibromyalgia and ME/CFS

By, Cort Johnson “Unlike FMS, SFPN has identifiable pathology, physiology, and causes, and thus is definitionally a disease.” Oaklander, et al. Dr. Anne Oaklander MD, PhD, is making a difference – maybe a very big difference in the lives of many. Making a difference runs actually runs in her family. Her mother, the neurologist Louise Rapin, was one […]

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The 4 Rs of Fibromyalgia Treatment

BY WENDY HENDERSON & DR. GINEVRA LIPTAN The first step is “rest,” important for anyone who suffers from a chronic illness but something that many fibromyalgia patients struggle to get enough of. The second is “repair,” through digestion and nutrition. The third step is “rebalance,” reducing the inflammation and addressing hormone imbalance. The final step in Dr. […]

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8 Signs Of Fibromyalgia Most People Miss

BY, David Wolfe. Fibromyalgia is a common chronic disorder that is characterized by widespread pain, among other symptoms. It can cause significant pain and fatigue, interfering with a person’s ability to carry out their daily activities. While the causes of fibromyalgia are unknown, it’s estimated that it affects 5 million Americans ages 18 or older. Research has […]

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8 Surprising Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Fibromyalgia

by Angie Finlay Aching muscles, trigger points, and debilitating fatigue – these are the hallmarks of fibromyalgia that every sufferer knows all too well. But there are other signs, symptoms and statistics of fibromyalgia that are not as frequently reported, though just as important to recognize. Since fibro can interfere with every corner of your life, […]

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7 Tips That May Help Alleviate Fibromyalgia Pain: Diet, Stress Management, And More

BY, Dr. Jessica Derek MD. Fibromyalgia is a serious condition that is accompanied by pain, fatigue, and tiredness. Scientists don’t know what causes fibromyalgia, but heredity seems to play a role. The symptoms of fibromyalgia may develop after stress, physical trauma, or illnesses. Living with fibromyalgia can be very challenging, but you can take several […]

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