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Fibromyalgia, Depression and Suicide

How does fibromyalgia, depression and suicide relate to one another? Is there a connection? Many with fibromyalgia have fought not to be labeled as “depressed.” This leads many to refuse antidepressants, not wanting to be placed in that category. Because if that happens, the doctor refuses to explore any other possibility. Does that sound like the thoughts and feeling that you may have had before being diagnosed with fibromyalgia? But, is depression a far cry from fibromyalgia? It’s more like the scenario: Which came first, the chicken or the egg? So, which comes first- fibromyalgia or depression?

Bella Online

How Fibro Fog Clouds Thinking and How to Break Through It

Fibromyalgia patients often experience a loss of mental clarity and problems with memory. Dubbed “fibro fog,” this side effect of the syndrome can have a significant impact on patients’ lives.

Health Tip: What’s Causing My Neck Pain?

There’s nothing worse than a pain in the neck, lore has it.  Frequently, neck pain can be managed by taking a pain reliever, performing stretching exercises, and applying hot and cold therapy. But it’s still important to know what’s behind your neck pain.

Medicine Net

Central motor control failure in fibromyalgia: a surface electromyography study

Fibromyalgia (FM) is characterised by diffuse musculoskeletal pain and stiffness at multiple sites, tender points in characteristic locations, and the frequent presence of symptoms such as fatigue. The aim of this study was to assess whether the myoelectrical manifestations of fatigue in patients affected by FM are central or peripheral in origin.

BIO Med Central

Epidemiology, costs, and the economic burden of fibromyalgia

The assumption, that fibromyalgia is associated with a maior impact on the utilization of both healthcare and non-healthcare resources has not been thoroughly supported by many evidence-based data. Despite the differences between health care and sociopolitical systems in various countries, more recent results from epidemiological research now clearly demonstrate the socioeconomic burden of fibromyalgia and its comorbidities.

Arthritis Research

Fibromyalgia is a Condition that Causes Pain and Many Unpleasant Symptoms

Fibromyalgia is not just one disorder, but multiple disorders that are all combined together in the body. The symptoms are quite complex, and can affect everything in the body ranging from your head to your toes. In my article here, I’d like to give an overview of fibromyalgia,the general overall symptoms, and possible ways that a doctor will diagnose and treat it.

Associated Content/Jennifer Kirkman

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  1. It’s horribly painful–even the force of air from a hair blower is ainful. My belief is mine came from over dose of statin drugs which has left me otherwise crippled, unable to walk. The pain in my neck has now resolved. The chest pain is going away leaving muscle soreness and fear it will return. I have been taking 25 mg antihistimine, 1200 mg guiafenesin and 2 aspirin, all twice daily sometime adding more of each during the day,

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