More than 200 symptoms of fibromyalgia (hard to believe). What are yours?

More than 5 million people affected by fibromyalgia in the US UU. The numbers also continue to increase. There are numerous uncomfortable signs of fibromyalgia. It is recognized as an invisible disease, since people cannot see the way in which people are affected by the disease. In general, fibromyalgia is a very serious situation that victims experience and their signs must be identified.

We have compiled the list of some of the worst symptoms and have also added their coping methods. After that, we have compiled the list of all fibromyalgia symptoms and categorized them.

Here is the general list of fibromyalgia symptoms

GENERAL

  • 1. The activity level decreased to less than 50% of the pre-disease activity level
  • 2. Cold hands and feet (limbs).
  • 3. cough
  • 4. Carbohydrate craving
  • 5. Delayed reaction to physical activity or stressful events.
  • 6. Dry eyes and / or mouth.
  • 7. edema
  • 8. Family member (s) with fibromyalgia
  • 9. Fatigue, worsened by physical exertion or stress.
  • 10. Feeling cold often
  • 11. Feeling hot often
  • 12. Frequent sighs
  • 13. Heart palpitations.
  • 14. hoarseness
  • 15. Hypoglycemia (low or low blood sugar)
  • 16. Increased thirst.
  • 17. Low blood pressure (below 110/70)
  • 18. Low body temperature (below 97.6)
  • 19. Low intensity fevers.
  • 20. Night sweats.
  • 21. Noisy joints, with or without pain.
  • 22. Poor circulation in hands / feet.
  • 23. Profuse sweating.
  • 24. Flu-like recurrent disease
  • 25. Difficulty breathing with little or no effort
  • 26. Severe nasal allergies (new or worsening allergies)
  • 27. sore throat
  • 28. Subjective swelling of the limbs (feels swollen, but can’t find anything)
  • 29. Sweat
  • 30. Symptoms worsened by air travel.
  • 31. Symptoms worsened by stress.
  • 32. Symptoms worsened by temperature changes.
  • 33. swollen or tender lymph nodes, especially in the neck and armpits
  • 34. Tremor or tremor.
  • 35. Unexplained weight loss
  • PAIN
    • 36. Abdominal wall pain.
    • 37. bad hip pain
    • 38. Burning nerve pain
    • 39. chest pain
    • 40. Clavicle pain
    • 41. Diffuse swelling
    • 42. Elbow pain
    • 43. Exacerbated plantar arch or heel pain.
    • 44. “Growing” pains that do not go away once you have finished growing.
    • 45. Headache – tension or migraine
    • 46. ​​Inflamed Rib Cartilage
    • 47. joint pain
    • 48. Bulky and tender breasts.
    • 49. Morning stiffness.
    • 50. muscle pain
    • 51. Muscle spasms.
    • 52. muscle contractions
    • 53. muscle weakness
    • 54. Pain that varies from moderate to severe.
    • 55. Pain that moves around the body.
    • 56. Severe paralysis or weakness of an arm or leg.
    • 57. Restless legs syndrome
    • 58. Rib pain
    • 59. Scalp pain
    • 60. Pain similar to sciatica
    • 61. Tender points or trigger points.
    • 62. TMJ syndrome
    • 63. “Voodoo Doll” Poking Sensation in random places
    NEUROLOGICAL
    • 64. blackouts
    • 65. brain fog
    • 66. Carpal tunnel
    • 67. Feeling apart
    • 68. Amazing smells.
    • 69. Inability to think clearly.
    • 70. dizziness
    • 71. Intolerance to noise.
    • 72. Numbness or tingling sensations.
    • 73. Photophobia (sensitivity to light)
    • 74. Seizures
    • 75. Seizure-like episodes
    • 76. Feeling that you can pass out.
    • 77. Syncope (fainting)
    • 78. Tinnitus (ringing in one or both ears)
    • 79. Dizziness or dizziness
     BALANCE / PERCEPTION
    • 80. Bumping into things.
    • 81. Walking awkwardly
    • 82. Difficulty balancing.
    • 83. Difficulty in judging distances (when driving, etc.)
    • 84. Directional disorientation.
    • 85. Dropping things frequently.
    • 86. Feeling spatially disoriented.
    • 87. frequent trips or trips
    • 88. Not seeing what you are looking at.
    • 89. Poor balance and coordination.
    • 90. Stepped march
     SLEEP
    • 91. Better alert / energy late at night
    • 92. Altered sleep / wake schedule
    • 93. Waking up frequently
    • 94. Difficulty falling asleep.
    • 95. Trouble sleeping
    • 96. Sleep excessively
    • 97. Extreme alert level or energy levels late at night.
    • 98. Fall asleep at random and sometimes dangerous times.
    • 99. fatigue
    • 100. Light or broken sleep pattern.
    • 101. Muscle spasms / contractions at night.
    • 102. Narcolepsy
    • 103. Sleep disorders.
    • 104. Sleep begins or falls sensations.
    • 105. grind teeth
    • 106. Round and round.
    • 107. Non-restorative or non-restorative sleep
    • 108. Vivid or disturbing dreams / nightmares
     EYES / VISION
    • 109. Blind spots in vision.
    • 110. eye pain
    • 111. Difficulty changing the focus from one thing to another
    • 112. Frequent changes in the ability to see well.
    • 113. Difficulty of night driving.
    • 114. Occasional blurred vision
    • 115. Poor night vision.
    • 116. Vision that gets worse quickly
    • 117. Changes in vision.
     COGNITIVE
    • 118. Getting lost in known places while driving.
    • 119. Confusion
    • 120. Difficulty expressing ideas in words.
    • 121. Difficulty following a conversation (especially if there is background noise)
    • 122. Difficulty following instructions while driving.
    • 123. Difficulty following oral instructions.
    • 124. Difficulty following written instructions.
    • 125. Difficulty in making decisions.
    • 126. Difficulty moving the mouth to speak.
    • 127. Difficulty paying attention.
    • 128. Difficulty to gather ideas to form a complete image
    • 129. Difficulty putting tasks or things in the proper sequence
    • 130. Difficulty recognizing faces.
    • 131. Difficulty speaking familiar words.
    • 132. Difficulty remembering object names.
    • 133. Difficulty remembering people’s names.
    • 134. Difficulty understanding what you read.
    • 135. Difficulty with long-term memory.
    • 136. Difficulty with simple calculations.
    • 137. Difficulty with short-term memory.
    • 138. Easily distracted during a task.
    • 139. Occasional dyslexia symptoms.
    • 140. Feeling too disoriented to drive.
    • 141. Forget how to do routine things.
    • 142. Impaired ability to concentrate.
    • 143. Inability to recognize a family environment.
    • 144. Losing track in the middle of a task (remembering what to do next)
    • 145. Missing the train of thought in the middle of a sentence.
    • 146. Loss of ability to distinguish some colors.
    • 147. Bad judgment.
    • 148. Impairment of short-term memory
    • 149. Slow speech
    • 150. Looking at space trying to think.
    • 151. Stuttering; stammering
    • 152. Changing left and right.
    • 153. Transposition (inversion) of numbers, words and / or letters when speaking
    • 154. Transposition (inversion) of numbers, words and / or letters when writing
    • 155. Difficulty concentrating.
    • 156. Using the wrong word
    • 157. Difficulty finding words.

EMOTIONAL

  • 158. Abrupt and / or unpredictable mood changes.
  • 159. Arrebatos of anger.
  • 160. Anxiety or fear when there is no obvious cause.
  • 161. Uncontrollable rage attacks.
  • 162. Decreased appetite.
  • 163. Depressed mood
  • 164. Feeling helpless and / or desperate.
  • 165. Fear of someone knocking at the door.
  • 166. Fear of telephone ringing.
  • 167. Feeling worthless
  • 168. Frequent crying
  • 169. Increased awareness of symptoms.
  • 170. Inability to enjoy previously enjoyed activities.
  • 171. Irrational fears.
  • 172. Irritability.
  • 173. exaggerated reaction
  • 174. Panic attacks.
  • 175. Personality changes, usually a worsening of the previous condition.
  • 176. Phobias
  • 177. Suicide attempts.
  • 178. Suicidal thoughts.
  • 179. Tendency to cry easily.

GASTROINTESTINAL

  • 180. Abdominal cramps
  • 181. Swelling
  • 182. Decreased appetite.
  • 183. Food cravings.
  • 184. Frequent constipation.
  • 185. Frequent diarrhea
  • 186. Gerd-like symptoms
  • 187. Heartburn
  • 188. Increased appetite.
  • 189. Intestinal gas
  • 190. Irritable bladder.
  • 191. Irritable bowel syndrome.
  • 192. nausea
  • 193. Regurgitation
  • 194. Stomach ache
  • 195. vomiting
  • 196. Weight gain
  • 197. Weight loss.

UROGENITAL

  • 198. Decreased libido (sexual desire)
  • 199. Endometriosis
  • 200. frequent urination
  • 201. impotence
  • 202. Menstrual problems.
  • 203. painful urination or bladder pain
  • 204. pelvic pain
  • 205. Prostate pain
  • 206. Worsening of premenstrual (or severe) syndrome

Sensations

  • 207. Alcohol intolerance.
  • 208. Allodynia (hypersensitive to touch)
  • 209. Alteration of taste, smell and / or hearing.
  • 210. Sensitivity to chemicals in cleaning products, perfumes, etc.
  • 211. Food sensitivities.
  • 212. Light sensitivity.
  • 213. Mold sensitivity.
  • 214. Noise sensitivity.
  • 215. Sensitivity to odors.
  • 216. Yeast sensitivity (frequent skin yeast infections, etc.)
  • 217. Sensory overload.
  • 218. Sensitivity to changes in pressure and humidity.
  • 219. Sensitivity to extreme temperature changes.
  • 220. Vulvodynia

 SKIN

  • 221. Able to “write” on the skin with your finger.
  • 222. Easily grind
  • 223. Bumps and bumps
  • 224. Eczema or psoriasis.
  • 225. Hot / dry skin
  • 226. Ingrown hairs
  • 227. Itchy / irritable skin
  • 228. Spotted skin
  • 229. Eruptions or sores
  • 230. Heal easily
  • 231. Sensitivity to the sun.
  • 232. The skin suddenly turns bright red.

Cardiovascular (Heart)

  • 233. “Click-murmur” sounds through a stethoscope
  • 234. fluttery heartbeat
  • 235. Heart palpitations.
  • 236. Irregular heartbeat.
  • 237. Strong pulse in the ear.
  • 238. Pain that mimics the heart attack.
  • 239. fast beat

HAIR / NAILS

  • 240. Off and apathetic hair.
  • 241. Heavy and split cuticles.
  • 242. Irritated nail beds.
  • 243. Nails curving under.
  • 244. Pronounced nail ridges.
  • 245. Temporary hair loss.

OTHER

  • 246. Mouth sores
  • 247. Dental problems.
  • 248. Disk degeneration
  • 249. Hemorrhoids
  • 250. nosebleed
  • 251. Periodontal disease (of the gums).

Take time and read all these 40 worst symptoms and their coping methods.

1. pelvic pain

Chronic pelvic pain is common in people with fibromyalgia. One key thing to remember is that the pain of FMS and ME / CFS does not always sit in the same place all the time.

Management:  take pain medications such as opiates, NSAIDs and SSRI antidepressants.

2. Difficulty of night driving.

Fibromyalgia patients may have difficulties in night driving that worsens with car headlights.

Driving:  wear sunglasses and avoid driving at night. Read more tips related to the driving problem associated with fibro and its solution here

3. Tendency to cry easily

Fibromyalgia often makes emotional reactions stronger than they were before and harder to control. Your emotions are much more sensitive than ever. They cry more easily, and have less emotional reserve.

Management:  Avoiding or minimizing stressful situations can reduce emotions. Leave the house and contact others to get help and share your feelings.

4. hair loss

In patients with CFS and fibromyalgia, as in any chronic disease, a very common cause of unusual hair loss is a condition called “telogen effluvium.”

Management:  conventional treatment includes deep tissue massage, heat, ultrasound and exercise. Read more about fibro hair loss and its solution here.

5. irregular heartbeat

Irregular heart rhythm is found among people with fibromyalgia, especially in women 50 to 59 years of age.

Management:  Try massage therapy, which has been shown to reduce heart rate and stress. Read more about Tips to improve heart health here.

6. Bruises

Many fibromyalgia sufferers report that their skin actually hurts when touched. Known as  allodynia , this sensitive skin can cause numerous problems, from redness and swelling, to bruising and scarring.

Management:  if bruises appear along with a skin rash or itching, consult your doctor about creams or ointments to combat the need to scratch, thus avoiding possible bruising. Read more about fibromyalgia and bruises here.

7. sweating

Like pain and tenderness, the symptoms of sweating and hot flashes tend to be more frequent and severe among women, competing with menopause for the spot of the most annoying untreatable condition.

Handling:  loose powders on your face or other sweaty areas can help absorb sweat even before you know it is there. You can also apply it after drying the sweat of the skin to prevent it from becoming shiny.

8. Frequent urination and urinary tract infections

Urinary and pelvic complaints are common symptoms of fibromyalgia, particularly in women with the disease. Bladder incontinence, urinary frequency and painful sexual intercourse are just some of the urinary disorders and pelvic symptoms that fibromyalgia can cause.

Management:  If you have stress incontinence, you may need to limit fluid intake. Pelvic floor exercises also called Kegels are recommended for women with stress, urgency or mixed incontinence.

9. weight gain

The overwhelming pain and fatigue you feel with fibromyalgia can make you inactive and overweight.

Handling:  Avoid eating animal fats, such as red meat. Instead, eat lean meats such as chicken, turkey and skinless fish, which are also excellent sources of protein.

10. Migraine

Migraine headaches can be triggered by many things, including genetic and environmental factors. Serotonin levels fall during a migraine attack.

Management:  Certain foods can trigger a migraine. Caffeine, alcohol (especially red wine and beer), cured cheeses, chocolate, aspartame and MSG, along with skipping meals or fasting, are all connected to cause a migraine.

11. Inability to express yourself

You may also have an inability to inquire about the correct words or remember the correct names or see faces, in some of the extreme cases of fibromyalgia. You may also have many problems to follow the track and lose the train track and just get confused too. In addition, you will also have short-term amnesia. The loss of memory for a short period of time is to dismember small things, things that are in fact of great importance.

12. Hypersensitivity: amplified sensitivity to odors, etc.

Fibromyalgia also carries a serious source of hypersensitivity to bright lights, smells and loud sounds. You are destined to be very vigilant with smells and make you become exceptionally sensitive to nothing. You may have little patience with alcohol and sensitivity to food and others as well.

13. Difficulty focusing

It is meant to face many concentration problems when it comes to fibromyalgia. There may be unexplained hallucinations and visual blind spots. You may not know how to focus, nobody at all and the position could increase.

14. Anxiety

Worrying is a fairly common problem related to fibromyalgia and is something you should not ignore. Anxiety is a common sign in our age and time, but like others, it is an invisible symptom of fibromyalgia. Therefore, you should make sure that every time you feel anxiety, it could be due to illness.

Administration:  It is important that you take and focus on your own needs. Eat well, rest, avoid doing too many exercises and plan your activities for the time of day you feel better. If someone constantly stresses you and you can’t change the relationship, limit the time you spend with them or end the relationship altogether.

14. Anxiety

Worrying is a fairly common problem related to fibromyalgia and is something you should not ignore. Anxiety is a common sign in our age and time, but like others, it is an invisible symptom of fibromyalgia. Therefore, you should make sure that every time you feel anxiety, it could be due to illness.

Administration:  It is important that you take and focus on your own needs. Eat well, rest, avoid doing too many exercises and plan your activities for the time of day you feel better. If someone constantly stresses you and you can’t change the relationship, limit the time you spend with them or end the relationship altogether.

15. dizziness

Fibromyalgia can cause dizziness along with numbness as well. It could start to stop and fall, etc. This is usually related to fibromyalgia and is a signal that you should never ignore.

Management:  drink plenty of water, eat small, frequent meals and get plenty of rest. Change position slowly when getting out of bed or when getting up. Do not make sudden movements of the head. Make your home safe, clean up the mess and protect carpets and rugs to prevent falls. Use a rubber mat in the tub and shower. Use other safety measures. Use a cane or walker if you need it and use the railing to go up and down stairs.

16. Confused mental state

Fibromyalgia can cause you to have a chaotic mental state constantly, you may not say what you are doing and what you are not, and because of this fact, it is something that you should keep in mind. Fibromyalgia can also cause you to get lost and can lead you to have a fairly confusing state that you don’t really realize why, but you know it could be due to fibromyalgia.

17. awkward

You should know that fibromyalgia can also make you become a clumsy person and generally feel lazy and lethargic. It is a sign that you should not ignore.

18. Cramps

Women generally consider that they have cramps due to some reasons, but in reality it is because fibromyalgia cramps cause their body to suffer severe pain and endanger their life in general. Therefore, it is something you should never neglect in any way. Cramps can make your legs or your whole body ache to feel an altered sensation. Whatever the reason, the cramps are really serious and an invisible indication of fibromyalgia.

Management:  The study found that after two weeks of applying a solution called “Fibro Flex” to their skin, fibromyalgia patients saw improvement after only two weeks of constant use.

19. weakness

The weakness is usually related to fibromyalgia and you should not try to ignore this specific symptom, as it can also bring many other complications. However, you can start feeling weak overtime, remember that it is a sign of fibromyalgia. Many medicines can cause muscle weakness and muscle damage as a side effect or allergic reaction.

Management:  Take adderall for energy.

20. Memory loss

Memory loss is usually related to fibromyalgia. You may begin to feel that you are not remembering things and you should know that it is due to fibromyalgia.

Management: Do   not compromise your sleep, consider supplements, increase physical activity or exercise and keep your brain active and stimulated. Read more in Here.

21. Chronic headaches

Chronic headaches are also a general sign of fibromyalgia. It originates with severe headaches and is expressed in migraines. As with chronic headache, education about fibromyalgia and pain management is useful for controlling symptoms and limiting their impact on daily life.

Management:  Interestingly, several headache therapies are also effective in reducing the symptoms of fibromyalgia, for example, antidepressants (which have effects to relieve pain), tizanidine (a muscle relaxant with effects to relieve pain) , psychological pain management skills (for example, stress). management, coping skills, relaxation training) and aerobic exercises. Read more here

22.  Irritable bowel syndrome

Also known as IBS, and is usually related to fibromyalgia. IBS causes nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea and many other signs. IBS is a common gastrointestinal disorder that causes digestive discomfort, abdominal pain and alternate diarrhea and constipation. Fibromyalgia is a disorder of the nervous system that causes widespread pain throughout the body.

Management:  Pharmacological therapies for fibromyalgia and IBS include tricyclic antidepressants such as amitriptyline.

23. Poor dream

Private sleep, once again, is a general symptom of fibromyalgia and lack of sleep can initiate many other complications, such as stress, anxiety, fatigue, etc.

Management:  Maintain regular sleep habits. Try to go to bed at the same time and get up at the same time every day, even on weekends and holidays.

24. Greater sensitivity to pain

You may feel that you have extreme sensitivity to pain if you have fibromyalgia. The pain is not much, but it is extreme and causes the person to grow and become less resistant. More than a third of people with fibromyalgia develop a small fiber neuropathy caused by chronic pain.

Management:  Dr. Teitelbaum says that medications known as NMDA receptor antagonists, memantine (Namenda) is a help

25. High levels of fatigue

It is a sensation that you may consider to be due to something else, however, fibromyalgia can cause intense and severe intensities of fatigue that is unavoidable to neglect.

Management:  with daily activities, it is good to establish a scheduled routine. Be careful to overdo it, so as not to deplete your extra energy. Learning moderation is a skill that can help you do things despite discomfort and fatigue.

26. Visual blind spots

Visual blind spots can also be a consequence of fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia can also make your eyes live, so be cautious and watch for these signs.

Management:  Nutritional deficiencies, as well as some of the medications we take, can make our eye problems worse. The nervous system deteriorates in patients with FM, so the nerves in our eyes can deteriorate and cause problems. It’s a good idea to have your eyes checked every year.

27. Feeling nauseous

Fibromyalgia comes with nausea, so you may feel dizzy and unable to even stand on your feet. These are the symptoms of nausea and, sometimes, they are also part of fibromyalgia.

Management:  things like sugar, caffeine, dairy products, processed foods, preservatives and gluten can exasperate the symptoms. If you experience nausea, dizziness or vomiting, avoid them as much as possible. Stay hydrated and keep cookies on hand. Some form of ginger, such as crystallized ginger or even ginger soda, can help calm the stomach and reduce nausea. Avoid citrus fruits, juices and acidic foods.

28. Geographical language

Sometimes it swells enormously (so much that I have grooves on the side where it presses against my teeth). It becomes difficult to manipulate it to make sure I am speaking clearly. You will also feel tired sometimes after eating or having a long conversation. Many people have tongue sores when they burn it in food sometimes or have a canker sore, but that’s it.

Treatment:  Over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol and NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, can be taken to relieve pain and discomfort. Mouthwashes containing a local anesthetic can be used to relieve pain. Zinc supplements also help with Geographical Language symptoms. Rinses and corticosteroid ointments help with pain, redness and swelling, if applicable.

28. Ear aches

Fibromyalgia is frequently associated with symptoms related to the ear, such as a feeling of fullness of the ear, earache and tinnitus.

Handling:  Use a hot water pad around the neck around the ear and use an over-the-counter pain medication.

29. Lack of breadth.

Shortness of breath and respiratory problems are relatively common for those struggling with fibromyalgia.

Handling:  breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and grounding techniques are useful.

30. Loss of libido.

Some of the medications used in the treatment of fibromyalgia, such as duloxetine and milnacipran (Savella), as well as SSRI antidepressants such as paroxetine and sertraline, can cause a decrease in sexual desire.

Management:  moist heat, including bathing in a warm water bath, can help relieve fibromyalgia pain and allow you to enjoy sexual intercourse.

31. Pains around tender points

One of the most common signs of the disease is that sensitive points have a habit of becoming very sensitive around the joints of the body. Tenderness is known as pain points and, as soon as pressure is applied to these points, it results in a lot of pain. The pain is only around the surface of the skin. The regions around the neck, buttocks and back are the most affected. Even so, the pain is often invisible and not fully identified.

Treatment:  among the recommended treatments, acupuncture (due to its analgesic effects) is an effective option to reduce pain sensitivity and improve quality of life. Over-the-counter pain medications, such as acetaminophen, may be recommended. Drugs such as milnacipran and duloxetine work by changing the chemistry of the brain to control pain levels. A drug, pregabalin, blocks nerve cells involved in pain transmission.

32. Tingling sensation

Tingling is another very common problem related to fibromyalgia. Tingling is an invisible symptom and produces an itchy sensation. It affects different parts of the body and it is more common to feel a tingling sensation.

Management:  some fibro patients have found relief from massage paraesthesia, vitamin supplements such as B-12, serotonin and magnesium, and even acupuncture. And let’s not forget heat and cold therapy. The heat relaxes the muscles because it increases blood flow. And the cold actually decreases blood flow, thereby reducing any possible inflammation.

33. Chronic fatigue

Most people who have fibromyalgia experience some type of chronic fatigue. Doctors believe that it could be due to an infection with a virus and could cause difficulties in sleeping, hormonal iniquities among many other similar situations. Chronic fatigue is the feeling you grow when you are really exhausted. You begin to feel overwhelmed, lethargic and weak too, and it is simply a situation of not being adequate.

Management:  with daily activities, it is good to establish a scheduled routine. Be careful to overdo it, so as not to deplete your extra energy. Learning moderation is a skill that can help you do things despite discomfort and fatigue.

34. Tiredness feeling exhausted all the time

People who suffer from fibromyalgia experience difficulty sleeping that causes them to reach deep levels of sleep. Fatigue causes an increase in exhaustion and a general feeling of depression. Other indications include massive exhaustion, slow blood flow in the body and an inability to feel sleep or pain.

Management:  with daily activities, it is good to establish a scheduled routine. Be careful to overdo it, so as not to deplete your extra energy. Learning moderation is a skill that can help you do things despite discomfort and fatigue.

35. Mood swings

You can also feel that your genius is becoming erratic when you have fibromyalgia. You could discover yourself in a rather ruthless way and photograph the people you love or become an angry person. However, there are some prescriptions that do not improve the mood and produce a great decline in the irritability of a person and can cause a lot of pain.

Management:  Be sure to take enough magnesium in your diet as there has been a correlation between moods and the level at which you are inside the body.

36. Hormonal variations

Strange hormonal variations are something that cannot be said to exist when it comes to fibromyalgia, however, it is true that they occur. Hormonal variations consist of a very low or very high production of some hormones and this is something that can be ignored by most, however, it is one of the usual invisible signs of fibromyalgia.

37. You begin to feel numb

Lack of response is also a common problem with fibromyalgia victims. Pain is extremely frequent and most patients experience numbness. Traumatized behavior is there because you start to feel muscle spasms and stiffness. The numbness bothers the nerves and the effects on a complete loss of sensation, something that fibromyalgia sufferers are accustomed to experiencing.

Handling: the Persistent numbness and tingling can be an indication of a serious underlying medical problem. The earlier the diagnosis is made, the sooner the treatment can begin. And early treatment often leads to positive results. Your doctor is likely to perform some tests after asking about your other symptoms, conditions, and family medical history. For some conditions, such as tarsal tunnel syndrome or injuries, ice formation in the affected area can reduce both numbness and pain. Do not leave an ice pack for more than twenty minutes at a time. For people who experience too much pressure on the nerves, braces can help relieve that pressure and any subsequent pain and numbness. Support shoes can also help.

38. depression

We have all heard of depression, but it is something that originates with fibromyalgia and could be ruled out, since sadness is something that most often rule out. There are many categories of depression that a person can perceive for the reason that depression creates episodes of morning stiffness, headaches and anxiety amid many others. It is one of the most integral parts of fibromyalgia and should be controlled with extreme caution. In addition, it is a symptom that should not be missed.

Administration:  It is important that you take and focus on your own needs. Eat well, rest, avoid doing too many exercises and plan your activities for the time of day you feel better. If someone constantly stresses you and you can’t change the relationship, limit the time you spend with them or end the relationship altogether.

39. Bones and when it hurts.

Bone damage is not usually common, however, people suffering from fibromyalgia are considered to have bone damage. Sensitivity, pain in the bones and others are triggered by a severe disruption in the bloodstream and fibromyalgia is something that entails this. People suffering from this are considered to have trouble sleeping and an inability to exercise. Sore bones are an indication that people experience daily, but it is possible that someone does not recognize that it is due to fibromyalgia and, therefore, is something to check.

Management:  people should avoid caffeine and other stimulants at night and sleep in a quiet and dark room with comfortable bedding. They should not eat or watch television in bed. Doctors may prescribe low doses of tricyclic antidepressants. Aspirin  or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) generally have a limited benefit. Pain relievers, such as  tramadol  or  acetaminophen , can help. Opioids, which can create habit and become less effective over time, are best avoided when treating chronic disorders such as fibromyalgia.

40. Heavy strange nightmares

You never assumed that you would have nightmares due to fibromyalgia, but it is the real fact that fibromyalgia leads along with nightmares and many of them. You can probably experience vivid and distressing dreams and, similarly, have serious sleep problems when it comes to fibromyalgia and, for that reason, it is a symptom that you should consider. It can also cause hypersomnia, which is sleeping too much.

Management: It  is widely accepted that a diet complete with vitamins, minerals and amino acids, the basic components of the proteins that support muscles, nerves and the brain can help relieve fibromyalgia symptoms, such as pain and fatigue of the spot Trigger and chronic insomnia, nightmares. and bad or vivid dreams

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