Day: October 30, 2018

Hypervigilance In Fibromyalgia. What It Is?

October 30, 2018

By Adrienne Dellwo | Reviewed by Grant Hughes, MD Hypervigilance is a state of being constantly tense, on guard, and exceptionally aware of your environment. A small but growing body of research suggests that hypervigilance is a feature of fibromyalgia and may contribute to the common symptom of sensory overload. The idea is that our brains become overly aware of […]

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What is Relationship Between Fibromyalgia and Depression

October 30, 2018

BY TIFFANY VANCE-HUFFMAN There have been a very large amount of studies that have made the connection between fibromyalgia and severe depression. It just so happens that about three out of every ten cases of people that have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia also show the symptom of severe depression when they first diagnosed with the disorder. […]

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How Fibromyalgia Symptoms Work. Probably You Are Not Aware

October 30, 2018

BY WYATT REDD Fibromyalgia is a very painful and irritating disease that millions of people have to suffer with every single day. That being said, some of the symptoms will be around for awhile, and then they will go away. In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at the symptoms of fibromyalgia and see why […]

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Fibro Warriors React to Lady Gaga’s Fibromyalgia Reveal

October 30, 2018

Lady Gaga revealed last week that she has been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, and fans and fibro warriors have responded with love and support. Last week she announced on Twitter that her upcoming Netflix documentary Five Foot Two, which follows her through the making of her latest album, will discuss her challenges with chronic pain. “In our documentary […]

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Bladder Control Problems Associated With Fibromyalgia

October 30, 2018

By: Sue Bladder control problems or urinary incontinence is not something we want to talk about, but it is extremely common. Millions of people -young, old, male, female- experience incontinence. Women experience incontinence twice as often as men. And women with fibromyalgia are even more likely to experience bladder control problems. Bladder symptoms may include urinary […]

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The Link between Fibromyalgia and Thyroids

October 30, 2018

BY WYATT REDD Roughly twenty million people in the United States are diagnosed with hypothyroidism, and of those, a large percentage end up being diagnosed with fibromyalgia as well.  Both of the conditions have many similar symptoms, such as fatigue, depression, anxiety, and muscle and joint soreness and pain. This is one reason why it is […]

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