There was older research on this topic Small-fiber neuropathy and fibromyalgia. But the studies have been small and different in criteria. So what could we really
There has been research to suggest that fibromyalgia is a neuro-inflammation condition… what is causing that… not known. In the journal Brain, Behavior and Immunity there was
Lower stress predicts significant pain improvement in fibromyalgia Keep in mind: “On the other hand, factors such as being a woman, having lower education, high
Distractions may have a bigger impact on objective cognitive function in people with fibromyalgia, she noted. “One hypothesis that may help explain why cognitive functioning
Pain perception has a lot to do with how we cope with pain. It is just a fact. Pain has an emotional factor to it.
Okay, fibromyalgia has long been a mystery wrapped in an enigma. To the point not too long ago a lot of doctors didn’t believe it
And I am, like, a damn case study for this. Given I had Fibromyalgia first, then chronic migraine, and then depression. That depression near killed
Listen to this abstract: “Depressive symptoms complicate pain management for people with FM, with adverse consequences such as a greater need for pain medications and
I came across an interesting long term study in Finland on Fibromyalgia spanning 26 years published in the journal of Clinical Rheumatology. Severity of symptoms
Poor Illness Perceptions Are a Risk Factor for Depressive and Anxious Symptomatology in Fibromyalgia Syndrome: A Longitudinal Cohort Study study published online November 1st, 2017 in Frontiers
So it looks like some clinicians have some uncertainty when it comes to diagnosing Fibromyalgia. Remember the criteria for tender points is no longer
We know from precious research that the central nervous system is involved with fibromyalgia. It seems to be the main problem. There have been
An intriguing study done in the University of Würzburg and published in Brain march 9, 2013 indicates fibromyalgia pain is due to small fiber neuropathy.
There has been recent research that suggests therapies that help people with chronic pain engage rather than avoid their complex emotional experience can improve