Fibromyalgia: keep your sciatica and hip pain under control with 6 stretching exercises

Whether you are experiencing mild pain, have overused your muscles, or have extreme pain in your back and hip because your sciatic nerve is sore, stretching gymnastics can help you increase flexibility and strengthen your muscles. support. Stretching is one of the most important ways to relieve back pain. To keep your back strong enough to…

Fibromyalgia: excessive sweating and its management

Do you hit yourself drenched with sweat, sometimes unusual, without any obvious cause? This is one of those strange, confusing symptoms of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome that are not seen in those inadequate, presents little symptoms. Doctors and researchers do not really bother with him because we have so many bigger problems, but when you have…

251 Symptoms of fibromyalgia (hard to believe). What are yours?

Fibromyalgia affects more than 5 million people in the United States and their numbers are increasing. There are many uncomfortable signs of fibromyalgia. It is recognized as an invisible disease because people can not see how they are suffering from the disease. Usually, fibromyalgia is a pretty serious situation for the victim and his signs need to be…

Fibromyalgia and sciatica pain: can one affect the other?

Sciatica pain and fibromyalgia often coexist in the same person, but may require different treatments and pain control options. Fibromyalgia itself is known to cause pain in various regions of the body. Many of us who live with fibromyalgia can also have secondary diagnoses when symptoms overlap with other conditions. As complex as fibromyalgia is, we do…

Hip pain: is it fibromyalgia or is it a different condition?

Fibromyalgia is a riddle and not many can solve it. In fact, nobody can solve it completely, since nobody knows exactly what its causes are, how to cure it or why certain people are more likely to develop it. There are medical professionals who will instantly dismiss even the idea that fibromyalgia is real and there are…

I can not be the ‘perfect housewife’ with fibromyalgia, and that’s fine.

I have to admit, I was a pretty unusual child. I grew up watching cooking shows, Martha Stewart and “I Love Lucy.” I dreamed of being the ideal housewife of the fifties with an impeccable house. (I know, call me old-fashioned, but I found it fun). Someday I imagined myself doing the detailed crafts for which Martha Stewart found…

“Who sleeps very badly, thinks badly, works badly, decides badly, lives badly”

Teresa Paiva gave an interview to the March 2019 issue of the magazine Visão Saúde, in the kiosks since the beginning of the month. The interview is titled “who sleeps badly, thinks badly, works badly, decides badly, lives badly” The neurologist and sleep medicine specialist, director of the Center for Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, mentioned, for…

WITH THE CHRONIC DISEASE, I WILL ALWAYS PAY WHAT I DO TODAY

With chronic illness, I will always pay what I do today The thing is that I’ve always been fine with things not being free. I have always appreciated the hard work and the very rewarding feeling of winning something, be it a paycheck or a simple “thank you”. There’s something so satisfying about a proverbial pat on…

How Humidity affect Fibromyalgia Patients

Fibromyalgia is mostly known for the pain, fatigue and discomfort it causes a person, and several factors can increase the risk of having it or increase the pain. Many patients have reported that being exposed to different kinds of weather makes them feel more pain. For example, being outside on a sunny day, or if…

PET Scans show Fibromyalgia Patients have Inflammation in the Brain

Fibromyalgia patients often hear the words “You look so good. How can you be ill?” Or maybe the insensitive words “fibromyalgia is all in your head”. Ongoing and recent research; however, validates the reality of this invisible illness. This information allows individuals with fibromyalgia and other similar invisible illnesses to press on beyond doubt and…

Characteristic Symptoms of Fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia symptoms typically intensify, or flare, periodically. These flares can be unpredictable; what was an invigorating walk one day could be excruciatingly painful the next. Symptoms may also ease considerably or even disappear for days, months, or longer, only to re-appear again at a later date. Fibromyalgia Range of Symptoms The number and type of…

Lady Gaga irritated by people who don’t believe her fibromyalgia is real

Lady Gaga gets annoyed that critics don’t believe her battle with fibromyalgia is real. The Born This Way hitmaker publicly acknowledged the diagnosis, which can cause fatigue, severe muscle pain, and memory and mood issues, last year. Gaga explains her condition is made worse by other mental and physical issues she struggles with and she wishes people…

25 signs that you grew up with fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia is a mysterious disease and its diagnosis is also in the same category.For the most part, people who have fibromyalgia are not diagnosed until middle age, many can track their symptoms until their childhood. You feel more exhausted and tired in your class, the PE seems to be a torture for you or, often,…

Morgan Freeman: 5 things I learned to have fibromyalgia

I have learned a lot from fibromyalgia. Some are things that I would never have experienced, while others made me a better person. Here are the five things that I have learned: 1. There is no problem in saying “no”.  I spent most of my life trying to please everyone, so I rarely spoke the word “No”. Now…

Side effects of fibromyalgia: nobody talks about

Everyone will always be the best, right? For those who have fibromyalgia, simply get out of bed, a monumental task, let alone see “good”. Fibromyalgia has a great impact on our body physically, mentally and emotionally. Over the years I have experienced some things that drive me crazy for my body. I learned that I could not do much,…