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Fibromyalgia is a syndrome characterized by a number of different symptoms with the most common being that of severe pain. Millions of men and women suffer from fibromyalgia syndrome and endure widespread pain throughout their muscular system. Although this pain has long been unexplainable, recent research has been able to pinpointed why fibromyalgia causes such incredible pain. As a result, effective chiropractic treatments and drug-free supplements may be used to help combat the discomfort caused by fibromyalgia pain.

Fibromyalgia Pain

Fibromyalgia syndrome is generally accepted as a type of arthritis that affects the muscles in your body instead of the joints. The muscle pain caused by the fibromyalgia syndrome is almost always widespread and can occur randomly at any time.

The reason for the widspread pain is that Fibromyalgia affects the skeletal muscles, ligaments, and tendons in the body. Patients can also be feel pain in the bursa sacs that surround your joints. Although pain can be localized in particular areas, many of our patients experience pain throughout their entire body.

Fibromyalgia Pain Feels Like

Fibromyalgia pain and its severity often depends on the patient and the depth of your illness. Some patients may only suffer from mild pain while others will experience much more severe pain leaving them disabled. Regardless of the severity, fibromyalgia pain is often dexcribed as deep and persistent muscle ache with instances of stabbing, throbbing, and shooting pains in their muscles. It is not uncommon for fibromyalgia patients to experience a tingling and buring sensation under the skin.


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