You Should Be Aware of These Signs of Fibromyalgia

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More than 10 million people in the USA are suffering from Fibromyalgia and the scariest thing is that there are still people who have this condition, but have not been diagnosed yet.

The greatest issue may occur when doctors are not able to recognize the symptoms, since they overlap with other conditions, and misdiagnose patients. The most essential thing with fibromyalgia is to have it diagnosed on time and start the necessary treatment, so you can remove the unpleasant symptoms since the very beginning. It is important to note that there’s still no cure for fibromyalgia and patients are only able to relieve the symptoms, provided the get properly diagnosed.

What are the causes and how to get the right diagnosis?

As it was mentioned previously there’s still no cure for fibromyalgia and we can’t do anything to prevent it since we don’t know the cause. There are some criteria which can be followed in order to get the right diagnosis by using the right tests such as blood count tests, thyroid tests, rheumatoid factor, MRI, X-rays and others.

Below we present you an extensive list of symptoms which you need to watch out for before visiting your doctor:

Severe body pain
Lumpy and tender breasts
Morning stiffness
Muscle twitching
Problems with sleeping
Teeth grinding
Falling sensation while sleeping
Feeling tired and lethargic in the morning
Allergy and sinuses
Thick mucus
Ringing ears
Shortness of breath
Running nose
Bloating, abdominal cramps, pelvic pain and nausea
Frequent need to urinate
Problems with seeing in low light and driving
Increase sensitivity to noise, smell, pressure, climate changes and temperature changes
Poor balance and coordination
Low concentration and short-term memory problems
Difficulty speaking
Chest pain
Curved nails
Hair loss
Sensitive skin
Anxiety, depression and mood swings
Chocolate cravings
Weight gain or weight loss
Problems with your eye sight
These symptoms can overlap with other conditions as well, so the best option is to consult your doctor if you think you might suffer from fibromyalgia.

Natural remedies:
Tai chi or yoga
Breathing techniques
Consume turmeric, garlic and ginger
Make sure you take vitamin D, B12 and magnesium
Eat organic foods
Go to regular massages

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