Category Archives for "Fibromyalgia"

Fibromyalgia is a complex physiological condition

Fibromyalgia treatment

Fibromyalgia is a complex physiological condition that is characterized by chronic widespread pain throughout the the body. It is a poorly understood condition in both its cause and finding an effective fibromyalgia treatment is frustrating for many people. The clinical diagnosis of fibromyalgia is based exclusively upon symptomatology, meaning that the experience of pain and […]

Fibromyalgia and immune system

Fibromyalgia and immune system

Fibromyalgia (FM) is a state using a polarized audience comprised of people who think it is real and people who don’t. This intriguing political-like battle is also a big part, based on the subject we discussed last month regarding the causes of fibromyalgia. This month’s article will concentrate especially about the immune system and its […]

Immune System and Fibromyalgia

Immune System and Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia (FM) is often categorized as a diagnosis of exclusion, meaning the causes are unknown and a diagnosis is often reach once all other options have been explored and ruled out. In its clinical presentation, Fibromyalgia is described as a central sensitivity syndrome with hallmark symptoms related to abnormal processing of the central nervous system. […]

What Are the Causes of Fibromyalgia?


Fibromyalgia (FM) is a condition surrounded by much controversy in what establishes a diagnosis, what would be the consistent historic features, and most of all, what can be done about it — the therapy plans. Doctors look polarized, they “believe in it” or they do not.

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