fibromyalgia symptoms

Incredible Technology is Bringing Amazing New Capabilities to the Fibromyalgia Treatment Process! You Can Get Better: Less Pain. Reduced Symptoms. Better Quality of Life. Fibromyalgia Can Be Overcome – Managed and Controlled! FibroTrack Will Teach You How and Help Make It Happen – Step by Step! FibroTrack is far more than just a symptom tracking […]

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Deborah Barrett Interview!

This video interview with fibromyalgia expert Dr. Deborah Barrett reviews her fabulous book “Paintracking” and digs into effective processes for managing fibromyalgia and reducing symptoms! If your interested in learning about “How” to manage your fibro – watch this video!

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Not a Good Fibro Year.

I cannot express how much I have looked forward to posting this first in an ongoing series of blog updates focused on my wife Michele’s personal battle with Fibromyalgia. Why? Because it means that FINALLY the FibroTrack application is out of the planning / building / testing phase and actually out there being used by […]

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Thank you for reviewing the symptoms tracking functions inside the FibroTrack Online Fibromyalgia Management System! Keeping accurate and consistent symptom records is a fundamental part of an effective fibromyalgia management effort. Symptoms tend to vary greatly from patient to patient. Symptoms also typically come and go, often without easily identified causes or triggers. Fibromyalgia symptoms […]

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Although skin problems are commonly reported among fibromyalgia sufferers, there is a limited amount of scientific information available on such topics. A 2009 study by Torresani et al. evaluated the relationship between chronic urticaria (hives) and fibromyalgia. The researchers examined 126 patients with chronic urticaria to determine the presence of fibromyalgia, using the American College […]

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Numbness and tingling are abnormal sensations that most often occur in the hands, feet, arms, and legs, though any part of the body can be affected. Multiple potential causes of numbness and tingling exist, including nerve injury, nerve compression (such as from a herniated disk in the spine), infections (including Herpes and shingles), and a […]

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There is no single set or list of symptoms that defines fibromyalgia for all patients. Fibromyalgia is termed a syndrome rather than a disease. A disease typically has specific known causes that can be tested for and a clearly defined limited set of symptoms related to it that lead to a diagnosis. When diagnosing a […]

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Research is emerging to suggest a link between fibromyalgia and weight gain. The nature of this relationship is unclear, however studies have shown an increased incidence of fibromyalgia among obese and overweight individuals (Bennett et al., 2007; Okifuji et al., 2009; Chaiamnuay et al., 2007), and symptom severity has been demonstrated to increase with increasing […]

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Approximately half of all adults in the United States report taking a dietary or herbal supplement in the past 30 days (Radimer et al., 2004). Among fibromyalgia patients, usage is also high, with recent studies reporting a wide range in the percentage of patients who use dietary or herbal supplements. Some studies have reported more […]

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Reiki Healing is a form of energy-based medicine that is based on Tibetan Buddhist healing methods rediscovered by a Japanese practitioner in the early 20th century. The word Reiki is comprised of two Japanese words – Rei (meaning ‘Higher Power’) and Ki (meaning ‘life force energy’). Life force energy is believed to be the energy […]

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