The latest news on fibromyalgia syndrome and chronic fatigue syndrome is posted below in support of Fibromyalgia Network’s mission to educate patients and the media with ad-free reporting.
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Although people might have trouble understanding your all-over fibromyalgia symptoms, they may be able to relate to chronic low back pain.Read the complete article.
Why would magnesium reduce your fibromyalgia symptoms, and how does the addition of an old drug, amitriptyline, improve its effectiveness?Read the complete article.
It is possible to improve fibromyalgia symptoms with one weekly application of ultrasound and TENS therapies.Read the complete article.
Wouldn’t it be nice if your doctor could personalize your treatment to address specific symptoms instead of applying cookbook treatment guidelines?Read the complete article.
Trace elements in hair samples show fibromyalgia patients have lower levels of important minerals compared to healthy adults.Read the complete article.
Adding water aerobics can make a difference in an overall treatment plan, and fibromyalgia patients seem to like it.Read the complete article.
Contracting a muscle in one area can increase pain in another for people with fibromyalgia.Read the complete article.
Researchers are looking to develop objective disease severity markers for fibromyalgia.Read the complete article.
Nurse Practitioners may offer fibromyalgia patients a better option when it comes to primary care.Read the complete article.
A new study shows UV rays may also reduce fibromyalgia pain.Read the complete article.