Hyperbaric Oxygen Tanks Found To Treat Fibromyalgia

Research
Throughout the history of Fibromyalgia, this disease has been strangely hard to identify and analyze on the grounds that it shows up, at first look, to be something else. Perhaps its symptoms including musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, mood swings, and memory loss, are genuinely common.To give some point of view 1 in 70 people, almost ladies, in the US really have fibromyalgia. However, there is stunning news for all of us. For those who have this horrible condition, hyperbaric oxygen treatment has made some diversion changing ground in medicine. Women who attempted hyperbaric oxygen treatments were able to reduce or completely wipe out their requirements for pain medication, found by the Researchers from Tel Aviv University. As per beliefs of Researchers, the primary cause of fibromyalgia is a disturbance of brain…
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Cannabis Company Designs Pain Patch For Fibromyalgia And Nerve Pain

Cannabis Company Designs Pain Patch For Fibromyalgia And Nerve Pain

Awareness, Research
Cannabis has been used as an all-purpose homeopathic remedy for centuries. Over time, evidence suggests that the plant was an herbal remedy for psycho-neurological disorders, breast cancer, rheumatism,  sexual disorders, and painful complications related to childbirth. Now, this ancient tool has a new, modern application. A cannabis patch is in development for patients with fibromyalgia and diabetic nerve pain. Cannabis for fibromyalgia & nerve pain Fibromyalgia and diabetic neuropathy have a couple of things in common. Both conditions involve seemingly unexplainable pain, tingling, and can drastically reduce your quality of life. Early research suggests that cannabis may have powerful therapeutic effects for both conditions, and this new pain patch offers a novel new approach for conditions that are incredibly difficult to treat. A 2014 survey from the National Pain Foundations found that cannabis was considered the most effective pain medication by fibromyalgia patients…
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New cannabis patch for fibromyalgia pain and diabetic nerve pain treatment

New cannabis patch for fibromyalgia pain and diabetic nerve pain treatment

Medication, Research, Tips
Two new medications have been developed for fibromyalgia pain and diabetic nerve pain treatment by a company specializing in cannabis-based medicines. A Transdermal patch is placed on the skin and into the bloodstream for the medication of fibromyalgia pain and diabetic nerve pain. The patch promotes healing to an injured area of the body. As compared to other types of medication delivery such as oral, topical, intravenous, intramuscular, etc, transdermal drug delivery flight path is more advantageous. The patch used for the diabetic nerve pain treatment provides the patient with a controlled release of the medication into the patient, it can be provided to the patient via various forms such as: Through a porous membrane covering a reservoir of medication.Body heat melting thin layers of medication embedded in the adhesive…
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Clinical Research Finds: Fibromyalgia Tied to Hysterectomy, Gynecologic Disease: Also Linked to Endocrine and Autoimmune Disorders

Clinical Research Finds: Fibromyalgia Tied to Hysterectomy, Gynecologic Disease: Also Linked to Endocrine and Autoimmune Disorders

Research
Did you have a gynecologic surgery, such as a hysterectomy, in the few years before you developed fibromyalgia? It’s a trend some people have noticed, and a study published in 2015 shores up the link between these types of surgeries and fibromyalgia onset. It also provides further evidence for an association between fibromyalgia and common overlapping conditions that are gynecologic, endocrine, or autoimmune. Findings In the study, researchers reviewed charts of 219 women with fibromyalgia and 116 women with non-fibromyalgia chronic pain. Specifically, they examined the time between illness onset and gynecologic surgery as well as the number of overlapping conditions in each group. They also found that each of the three diagnosis types they were looking at was independently associated with fibromyalgia. Thyroid disease and gynecologic surgery were significantly more common in…
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Why People With Invisible Illnesses Fear the Emergency Room

Why People With Invisible Illnesses Fear the Emergency Room

Research, Tips
As unpredictable as my illnesses can be, there is one pattern I consistently follow. It repeats about every three months. The first thing I notice is a sharp uptick in my pain levels. My joints hurt more. I ache to my very core. My neck has sharp, shooting pains. The fibromyalgia flare is here. The fibro kicks the Ehlers-Danlos syndrome pain into high gear. Then there’s that little tingle. It starts at the top of my jaw and creeps its way down my left cheekbone. I know I’m in trouble then. Soon the hemiplegic migraine hits. As someone with classic, chronic and hemiplegic migraines, along with migraine with aura, I have experienced all that a migraine can throw at me. By far, the hemiplegic ones are the worst. I get the “stroke” face, where my left eye and smile…
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At-Last Fibromyalgia Mystery Finally Solved!

Awareness, Research
Many physicians thought that fibromyalgia disease was ‘’imaginary’’ or ‘’physiological’’. The enigma of fibromyalgia has left millions of sufferers searching for rosiness in pain medications. Researchers were trying to find the main source of fibromyalgia and they found that it does not stem from the brain. At last doctors found the mystery that this disease is conjured in patient’s imaginations. But scientists have now revealed the main source of fibromyalgia; that is the pain stems in the excess blood vessels of hand, the most unlikely place. A nerve fiber, called as arteriole-venule (AV shunts) in extremely very high amount were found in the skin samples of the hand of fibromyalgia patients and it was found via the skin sample from the hand of a patient whose skin was zeroed in,…
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Fibromyalgia Pain May Be Linked To Spinal Cord Dysfunction, Researchers Say

Fibromyalgia Pain May Be Linked To Spinal Cord Dysfunction, Researchers Say

Research
According to a study titled “Lengthened Cutaneous Silent Period in Fibromyalgia Suggesting Central Sensitization as a Pathogenesis” and published in the journal PLOS One, dysfunction in spinal cord processing may be responsible for pain in fibromyalgia (FM) patients. Among other side effects, Fibromyalgia is portrayed by chronic widespread pain, but the root cause that is responsible for chronic pain in FM is still vague. A recent study has shown that for fibromyalgia pathogenesis, central pain amplification is key, FM pathogenesis also known as “central sensitization” is a process that is characterized by augmented pain and sensory processing in the spinal cord and brain. The cutaneous silent period (CSP), a spinal reflex interceded by A-delta cutaneous afferents that are used to evaluate pain processing in both the central and peripheral nervous…
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