Fibromyalgia: the pain that society does not see or understand

Fibromyalgia was recognized as a disease in 1992. By the World Health Organization (WHO) Today, 4% of the population is affected by fibromyalgia. Almost 90% are women.It is known as “invisible disease” because it affects all soft tissues of the musculoskeletal system and cannot be easily diagnosed by medical tests. Fibromyalgia is not seen, leaving no marks … Read more

People with Fibromyalgia are understood only by people with Fibromyalgia.

A friend told me she heard two or three colleagues speaking about another colleague who had fainted to treat her fibromyalgia as a result of the side effects of a new drug: She took her on a stretcher and said, “No one can be so sick.” A supervisor started his comments in what seemed to … Read more

Fibromyalgia of different ages: same condition, different challenges

If you have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, you may have had a number of first-hand stereotypes about the condition. One persistent misconception is that mostly middle-aged or older people are affected by fibromyalgia especially older women. In reality, a wide range of ages and both sexes are affected by fibromyalgia. Although it is more likely … Read more

Comment le CBD est-il capable d’aider à la fibromyalgie?

Le cannabidiol (CBD) est l’un des 100 composés chimiques dérivés du cannabis. Un petit nombre de recherches suggère que le cannabidiol peut aider les personnes atteintes de fibromyalgie. Une revue de 2013 montre que le cannabidiol (CBD) peut aider à soulager la douleur liée à la fibromyalgie et d’autres affections, notamment la polyarthrite rhumatoïde et la … Read more

How is CBD able to help with fibromyalgia?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of over 100 cannabis-derived chemical compounds. A small body of research suggests that cannabidiol can help people with fibromyalgia. A 2013 review shows that cannabidiol (CBD) can help relieve fibromyalgia pain and other conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis (MS). The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not … Read more

20 Ways to imagine what the disorder of fibromyalgia is like

20 Ways to ImMost people don’t believe in fibromyalgia, they’re doing everything in their minds. In your life, you’ve also faced such people. Sometimes people ask about your disease from you, so this is our time to explain how fibromyalgia is because they don’t experience what we are experiencing. Fibromyalgia is the hardest thing you … Read more

Fibromyalgia-how really swearing helps with fibromyalgia pain

Fibromyalgia–A new study suggests that in dealing with pain, using bad words can help. If you have fibromyalgia, this can benefit you in some ways. Fibromyalgia– Research results  The paper NeuroReport published the study investigating the connection between swearing and pain. The experiment was conducted by comparing how long the participants were able to soak their … Read more

Abuse is the main cause of fibromyalgia – study

Abuse is Fibromyalgia is a pain condition with signs in the extremities ranging from muscle pain and numbness to sleep disorders. Inflammation and the reaction of the body to stress through the complex brain-to-other organs interactions play a role in fibromyalgia. It may be difficult to avoid the stresses that modern living puts on us, … Read more