Temperature Sensitivity In Fibromyalgia. What You Should Know

  By : SUE Temperature sensitivity affects many women with fibromyalgia, myself included. You can be cold all the time or hot all the time or alternate between being hot or cold. For over twenty-five years I had hot flashes and night sweats. I can’t tell you how many times I was totally embarrassed because I…

Fibromyalgia and Crohn’s Disease

In order to understand the connection between fibromyalgia and Crohn’s disease, it is important to first examine each separately. If you are experiencing severe symptoms or problems, speak with your health care provider. It is always best to talk to your doctor for professional and trusted advice and treatment. This article is meant to help inform…

Living with Fibromyalgia

   Every day we see people and we ask “how are you?” There are days when I really want to answer, “right now I am in so much pain that my clothes are hurting me, and my hair is burning my scalp, I didn’t sleep last night and my pain medications are not working.” But…

Fibromyalgia and Muscle Twitching

Our muscles are at the core of fibromyalgia issues, and because of that, our muscles are where we are going to notice the majority of our issues. Controlling our fibromyalgia is based on a lot of factors, but many of them are related to the muscles that are most affected by the disease. Muscle twitching is one…

5 Ways to Combat Fibromyalgia Itching

Fibromyalgia makes it hard to sleep, and makes most days very uncomfortable. Not all patients who have fibromyalgia will experience itching, but many will, and for those people it seems like there is no end to the pain that comes with this condition. Is there anything that can remedy fibromyalgia itching? Fortunately those who suffer…

Fibromyalgia Patients May Process Pain Differently

TUESDAY, Nov. 5 (HealthDay News) — Brain scans reveal that people with fibromyalgia are not as able to prepare for pain as healthy people, and they are less likely to respond to the promise of pain relief. This altered brain processing could explain why people with the mysterious chronic ailment feel pain more intensely and don’t respond as well to narcotic…

Fibromyalgia : The Condition No One Understands

by Sarah Borien I’ve suffered from fibromyalgia for six years. To this day I’m not sure what I find hardest; the constant pain, fatigue and myriad of other symptoms that come with the diagnosis, or the constant need to explain and justify it. In 2010 when I was diagnosed, it was by process of elimination. I’d…

Fibromas and Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia often seems to come with a lot of other symptoms, and they’re often ones that we don’t expect. For instance, one thing that people with fibromyalgia often suffer from is fibromas. A fibroma is an enlarged, benign growth on the skin. They can often be quite painful and occasionally dangerous. So, what are fibromas?…

How Hydrotherapy Can Aid Fibromyalgia

How Hydrotherapy Can Aid Fibromyalgia By: Daisy Alice Fibromyalgia is a situation that normally regular medicine can do pretty minimal to aid. For that motive several victims will glance to substitute therapies in buy to get aid and one that could be of benefit is hydrotherapy. In this write-up we are heading to contemplate what…