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Men Can Suffer From Fibromyalgia!

Posted by on Oct 19, 2016 in Pathology | Comments Off on Men Can Suffer From Fibromyalgia!

How Many Men Have Fibromyalgia? Recent research suggests that 1 in 8 fibromyalgia patients is male. However, it is difficult to know if this number is truly an accurate reflection of the real number of male sufferers of the disorder. Because it is so often thought of as a woman\’s illness, many men suffering from fibromyalgia actually don\’t get diagnosed with the syndrome. As a result, a large number of male sufferers may go unreported. It is thought that the number of men suffering from fibromyalgia could in fact, be closer to 31%. Differences in Male Fibromyalgia Suffers Though many men do suffer from fibromyalgia syndrome, the experience of men with the illness is very different from that of its female sufferers. There are actually a number of differences in male Fibromyalgia Symptoms, treatment, and testing. Symptoms of Fibromyalgia in Men Symptoms of fibromyalgia are widespread, and vary from person to person. Some sufferers are more affected by widespread pain, while others find that persistent fatigue is the worst symptom. Symptoms in men are very tend to be quite different when compare to the symptoms suffered by women. Most research illustrates that men actually experience milder symptoms than women, and also experience less: • tender points • fatigue • morning stiffness • IBS Male symptoms also tend to last for shorter periods of time and occur less often than those appearing in female patients. However, a recent study shows that male symptoms may actually be more severe than those experienced by women. Under-reporting or misreporting of symptoms may affect the general understanding of fibromyalgia symptoms in men. Find more...

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fibromyalgia headaches

Posted by on Oct 8, 2016 in Pathology | Comments Off on fibromyalgia headaches

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Facebook By Weblizar Powered By Weblizar There are many symptoms of fibromyalgia  that we suffer on the daily basis  considering that they do vary from body symptoms in General, The factor is to identify those symptoms most is to monitor closely those symptoms one of the main pain widespread pain.” In general people who experience this types of symptoms or suffer directly from fibromyalgia generally find that Most of the symptoms that hey twist from 0 to 380 they are progressive symptoms for certain periods of time. Usually, this changes in fibromyalgia symptoms are caused by alternations in the human skeleton information that transfer to each nerve, They said stress is a common factor, and al lot physical activity might experience that you have in fact  . Here are some of the most common fibromyalgia symptoms that patients and doctors recognize today. 1. Widespread Pain If you suffer from fibromyalgia your most prominent symptom is likely to be pain that can be felt throughout large areas of your body. Although you are likely to feel discomfort throughout most of your body, you may discover that certain areas suffer worse than others, such as your neck or back. The pain is general continuous, although it can become better and worse at different times, and it is usually described as a stabbing or burning sensation. 2. Overwhelming Sensitivity Fibromyalgia can make you feel excessively sensitive to pain and other sensations throughout your body. You might find that even someone slightly brushing an affected area is quite painful. Furthermore, if you accidentally hurt yourself in some way, by tripping over or stubbing your toe, for example, you may find that the pain lasts for much longer than it commonly would. Moreover, pain is not the only thing that those suffering with fibromyalgia have increased sensitivity to. You may find that you are more sensitive to certain foods, bright lights, and smoke. If you are exposed to something that causes excess sensitivity, you may find that your symptoms begin to flare up more. 3.) Stiffness Throughout the Body Fibromyalgia can easily cause you to feel stiffer, or more uncomfortable than usual. Typically, this issue is more common after periods where you have been still or maintaining the same position for an extended period of time. For example, some patients feel it most when they wake up in the morning. You may also experience spasms within your muscles. 4.) Tiredness or Fatigue Fibromyalgia has been known to cause extreme tiredness and fatigue in some people. This issue can range anywhere from a mild feeling of tiredness, to the kind of exhaustion that most people associate with suffering from the flu. Fatigue can occur very suddenly, and is capable of draining you of large amounts of energy. When this happens, you may find that you are unable to continue your day as you normally would, or you might not be able to do anything at all. 5.) Problem on Concentration Cognitive issues, such as difficulty in concentrating, thinking, or learning, can take place in people suffering from fibromyalgia. You may also suffer from problems remembering and learning new things, as well as issues with concentration, and even confused, or slow speech. 6.) Headaches If fibromyalgia causes you to experience pain within your shoulders and neck,...

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List of fibromyalgia Problems

Posted by on Oct 2, 2016 in Pathology | Comments Off on List of fibromyalgia Problems

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how to identify fibromyalgia!

Posted by on Oct 1, 2016 in Chronic pain | Comments Off on how to identify fibromyalgia!

how to identify fibromyalgia!

Facebook By Weblizar Powered By Weblizar What is fibromyalgia? and How impacts your life Fibromyalgia is Combinations of overactive nerves. its a conditions that is going to widespread all your mussle nerve pain and tenderness all over your body. As a result of: “Chronic” is a pain that will not go away at least 6 months. Everybody experience many difeent symptoms fibromyalgia will develop pain for years through out your body, before being diagnosed “Widespread” means that it is all over the body. However, many people with fibromyalgia feel their pain in specific areas of their body, such as the lower back and neck. “Tenderness” means unable to streach or move your musle Fibromyalgia is one condition of the most common chronic pain. Its affecting more than 5 million people around the world.Mostly women have it. But so can men. Most people begin feeling the symptoms of fibromyalgia when they are middle aged, but symptoms can start before then. What causes fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is not a mental condition . While the exact cause is still not known, it is believed to have a biological cause. Recent research suggests that changes in the central nervous system (brain, spinal cord, and nerves) may be responsible. fibromyalgia research  2016 It is believed that there may be a number of factors working together: Trauma—physical and emotional trauma have been linked to fibromyalgia Family history—the genes you inherit from your parents may increase the likelihood of developing fibromyalgia Infections—there is some evidence to suggest that certain illnesses can act as a trigger Autoimmune diseases—people with disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis are more likely to develop fibromyalgia In recent years, there has been progress in the diagnosis and treatment of fibromyalgia. But there are still many aspects of fibromyalgia that are not understood. Because of the complexity of the condition, it can be difficult to diagnose. The role of nerves Connected to the muscles are nerves. Nerves throughout the body and spinal cord send messages to the brain. It is believed that people with fibromyalgia have overactive nerves. This may be responsible for the chronic widespread pain and tenderness of fibromyalgia. What are the symptoms of fibromyalgia? Chronic widespread pain and tenderness are not the only fibromyalgia symptoms. See below for additional symptoms. click for contact   Pain of symptoms fibromyalgia Deep muscle pain and soreness Morning stiffness Flu-like aching Radiating pain Sensitivity to touch Other symptoms of fibromyalgia Problems sleepinghttp://www.thingsyoucherish.com/blog/ Fatigue Difficulty thinking clearly, also known as “fibro Clog” Difficulty performing everyday tasks Stress and anxiety Depression Migraine headaches fibromyalgia support sites Note:  fribromyalgia support groups , fibromyalgia foundation of america, fibromyalgia symptoms in women The symptoms of fibromyalgia vary from body to body. The symptoms can be worse on some days than others. Fibromyalgia Symptoms also be affected by your level of stress or physical activity. All these factors contribute to  symptoms aking fibromyalgia a condition that is difficult to diagnose. Fibromyalgia symptoms can impact your ability to do daily activities When you have fibromyalgia, the symptoms can be challenging. Don’t let the pain of fibromyalgia keep you from doing the things you want to do. There are treatment options available that can help your condition. Listen to our Doctor he will give you good tips: Contact...

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what is Fibromyalgia?

Posted by on Sep 30, 2016 in Pathology | Comments Off on what is Fibromyalgia?

what is Fibromyalgia?

Facebook By Weblizar Powered By Weblizar Symptoms of Fibro my algia Symptoms of Fibro My Algia are: Swollen  muscle pain, muscle Contractions , or tightness Extreme fatigue and Laziness Insomnia or walking sleep feeling just exhausted as you approach   your bed Cramping upon waking or not exercising for too long Memory loss, Lost your Focus , and exercising mental task (“fibro Cloudy”) Pain Abs, bloating, vomiting, and constipated all the time (irritable bowel syndrome) Stress or Excessive headaches Jaw cramping Sensitivity to light or to an extend following: odors, noise, bright lights, medications, certain foods, and cold Feeling depressed Numbness or tingling in the face, arms, hands, legs, or feet Increase in urinary urgency or frequency (Highly bladder problems) Reduced tolerance for exercise and muscle pain after exercise A feeling of swelling (without actual swelling) in the hands and feet Creating Awareness Fibromyalgia is not a very common ailment and as of right now there is no cure. However, it is quite a painful one, in case one is affected. There is not much awareness about this ailment. These patients require care and treatment. The website www.thingsyoucherish.com takes the lead in creating awareness about such ailments. You can purchase jewelry items from this website. What does jewelry have to do with fibromyalgia? Items purchased from this website a percentage is donated to different Foundations. They also help one family in need by donating 250.00 dollars to assist with monthly expense.. Interested people can log on to the website and purchase from the online store. A percentage of their purchase value goes towards care for all causes. What Is Pain? Pain is an alert like a light bulbs turn on and notify your body you something is very wrong. While this pain is the brain notifying the bodies is like a way of alerting you,   that there is something wrong, after it goes on for month need to seek for doctor, the lower back, legs or arms. At that point, not only is pain a symptom that something is wrong, keep in mind the pain  as stiffness in your legs or chronic pain in your legs can be something very wrong a deeper investigation is need it. Such as blood work, to avoid any aneurism or blood clogs. (Seek for assistance) What Is Fibromyalgia-lower back Pain? Fibromyalgia-related pain can be delivered to the entire body. You may have painful “trigger body act,” arms, legs lower back pain. Your muscles may feel like they have been working out or pulled even though you haven’t exercised. Whenever, your muscles will start acting weird, numbness or cramping. Sometimes they will burn or ache with deep stabbing pain. Most of patients with fibromyalgia have pain and achiness around the joints in their neck, shoulders, back, and hips. This kind of pain makes it difficult to do your daily routine. How Does the Brain deliver the Pain? There are over 30 different kinds of nerves endings  that connect your arms, legs torso in your skeleton  that tell you if something is hot, cold, or painful as well as other sensations. These nerve endings change mechanical thermal, or chemical energy into electrical signals that convey information to the brain and spinal cord – also name as the central nerve or cans. These signals travel to areas of your CNS where you perceive the stimuli as...

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