Dry Eyes and Mouth due to Fibromyalgia

BY JULIA NELSON · Dry Eyes and Mouth due to FibromyalgiaFibromyalgia is typically characterized by widespread pain, fatigue, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, inability to get refreshing sleep, waking up tired and stiff and developing cognitive disturbances including lack of concentration and clumsiness, dizziness etc. Fibromyalgia syndrome is a chronic and long term condition that has no cure. About…

7 Fibromyalgia Symptoms in Women. #3 Quite Unexpected

In Lady Gaga’s Netflix documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, the first scene shows the singer’s muscles being stretched and prodded on a massage table. It’s one of the ways she deals with fibromyalgia, a condition that causes chronic pain all over the body. It’s not known what causes the condition, and there’s no cure, which can…

What Causes Urticaria? How It is Linked With Fibromyalgia

By:Wyatt Redd Fibromyalgia seems to come with an almost unending list of additional side effects. From chronic itching to frequent urination, it seems like the fresh miseries of fibromyalgia never end. And in case you were looking for a new side effect to add to your list, how about urticaria. Urticaria, commonly called hives, is a…

Fibromyalgia Last-stage pain symptoms that cause many health risks

Fibromyalgia is a confusing and widely misunderstood condition characterized by widespread pain and tenderness, accompanied by fatigue, sleep disorders, memory problems and gastrointestinal problems. Because the range of possible symptoms is so extensive (and there is no clear consensus on how the disorder can be diagnosed), many feel lost about what they are and what needs…

Does Fibromyalgia Cause Muscle Spasms? And What Can You Do About Them?

Fibromyalgia and Muscle Spasms Fibromyalgia is a pain. It not only causes pain all throughout the body, but it also produces different types of pain. The most commonly seen types of pain with fibromyalgia are: Hyperalgesia – pain amplification Allodynia – pain to the touch Painful paresthesia – painful nerve sensations But our pain does…

It’s Not Fibromyalgia. Most Likely You are Not Aware

I stood in my closet this morning, looking around as though I’d never been there. I couldn’t remember what I was doing, why, or what I should do next. So I stood still, waiting for it to come to me. Moments before I had been violently panting like a wild animal, bent over in pain…

My mom has fibromyalgia. Reading this made me cry for her

BY JULIA NELSON · Chronic pain is increasingly rampant today.However, chronic pain and chronic diseases are often invisible. In many cases there are no plasters, visible rashes or nasal discharge involved.Those who suffer from chronic pain often appear “normal”, perhaps a little more fragile or sad than average.I suffered from chronic headaches for four and a half…

5 Strategies for Coping With Fibromyalgia Fatigue

Fighting Fibromyalgia Fatigue Coping with fatigue is one of the most difficult things to do. Most people naturally think that if you’re tired, then you rest and presto — everything is better. Unfortunately, fatigue (known as extreme or excessive tiredness) isn’t fixed by a quick rest. In fact, we can sleep for days and still not…

What is RSDS? How it is connected with Fibromyalgia

By:Bill Cravens Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (RSDS) and fibromyalgia are two very closely related disorders that often get mistaken for each other. RSDS is more commonly known as “complex regional pain syndrome. When the two disorders meet in one person, life can become very difficult and painful. While there are treatments for both disorders, understanding…

What is Costochondritis? Link Between Fibromyalgia and Costochondritis

BY JULIA NELSON Today, tens of millions of people across the globe suffer from fibromyalgia.  Many of these people develop fibromyalgia in the middle of their lives, but many more develop it as a teenager or as a young adult.  Most of the people who do suffer from fibromyalgia are women. Anyone who suffers from fibromyalgia knows…