All Injury Rehab of North Dallas

Fibromyalgia sufferers with clinical depression tend to be more inactive, and this can cause increased pain and suffering. Although depression is not known to increase the severity of fibromyalgia symptoms, depression can lead to inactivity and social isolation, resulting in increased risk for chronic pain and disability. People with both depression and fibromyalgia are more likely to live alone, refuse physical therapy, and attempt suicide.


Fibromyalgia Symptoms


Widespread Pain
Nausea
Dizziness
TMJD Syndrome
Weight Gain
Vision Problems
Depression
Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Morning Stiffness
Sleep Disorders
Urinary & Pelvic Problems
"Fibrofog"
Cold Symptoms
Memory Impairment
Anxiety
Chronic Headaches
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome
Menstrual Cycle
Breathing Trouble
Chest Symptoms
Muscle Twitches & Weakness
Fatigue
Aggravating Factors
Weather Changes