Discovery of blood vessel system in bones

A chemical process that makes bones transparent enables scientists to view the structures inside them. Young researcher Dr. Anika Grüneboom discovered the so-called trans-cortical vessels (white arrows) – they connect the blood supply of the bone marrow with the periosteum. Credit: UDE/Matthias Gunzer, Anika Grüneboom A network of very fine blood vessels that connects bone…

Fibromyalgia Fatigue: How to Get a Restful Sleep and Beat Fatigue

Fibromyalgia Fatigue The physical symptoms of fibromyalgia are often accompanied by mental symptoms such as “fibro fog” and a combination of physical and mental symptoms such as chronic fatigue. Chronic fatigue manifests physically as grogginess, exhaustion, and debilitating tiredness. Along with these symptoms comes an inability to concentrate, a lack of interest in participating in…

How to Understand Someone With Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a condition that lasts for three months or more and continues after the injury or condition is treated. The experience of acute pain is the nervous system’s natural response to possible injury. With chronic pain, however, pain signals continue abnormally. This can be both distressing and exhausting for chronic pain sufferers. In…

Five Common ‘No No’s’ for People With Fibromyalgia

By Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D. Dear Readers, Here are five common “no no’s” people mistakenly do when trying to manage fibromyalgia. Do any sound like you? 1. Exercising too much or too little Fibromyalgia reflects an energy crisis in your body, so you can only exercise to a certain point. Beyond that, you get what is…

3 Mysterious Symptoms of Fibromyalgia. You Just Cannot Ignore.

Individuals suffering from fibromyalgia know what pain is. They not only know what fibromyalgia pain feels like but they understand it and know what symptoms to look out for when a fibro-flare is imminent. It’s not at all surprising when a fellow fibromyalgia suffer is going through the exact same symptoms you’re going through, right? Things like sore muscles…

What Should Relatives of Those Who Have Fibromyalgia Know?

Although Fibromyalgia is not noticeable, it is very real. Many people think that a person is not really sick unless they look sick. When you have fibromyalgia, the person can be full of health (on the outside), but inside a procession of terrible terrible symptoms. Fibromyalgia is a difficult disease to understand. Although there is no…

What is Hip Flexor Pain and How it is connected with Fibromyalgia

  It is not uncommon to have hip flexor issues or pain in this area when living with fibromyalgia. The hips, hip flexors, and lower back correlate with fibromyalgia pain areas due to tender areas around the lower back, many more trigger point areas and other conditions that affect the surrounding areas. The hip flexor…

MARIJUANA QUALIFY AS THE BEST TREATMENT FOR FIBROMYALGIA

survey cannabis it is the most effective treatment for fibromyalgia, beating all prescription drugs. Fibromyalgia is a disorder that is accompanied by chronic fatigue, deep muscle pain, headaches and depression. Although patients suffering from this disease can choose from three prescription drugs, cannabis old friend has eclipsed all cooked medicine synthetically in the laboratory. In…

100 Fibromyalgia Symptoms. you must aware off

Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes widespread and constant body pain, sleep disorders and extreme tiredness, however, it can cause a host of additional discomforts. Here are 100 possible characteristics and symptoms that can accompany this disease: Isolation Allergy to certain medicines, foods and food additives Allodynia, things that are usually not painful, like a brush…

Fatigue or Fibromyalgia – Understanding which is worse and ways to handle them

This is a common question that arises in the mind of people who are diagnosed with both fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Coming to a conclusion on which condition is worse is a debatable topic as people will have equal suffering with different symptoms in both the conditons. There are several symptoms that overlap between…