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Fibromyalgia-affected women can benefit from aquatic aerobic exercise: Study

From belmarrahealth.com

By: Devon Andre | Fibromyalgia | Monday, June 27, 2016 - 02:00 PM Fibromyalgia-affected women can benefit from aquatic aerobic exercise. The findings come from Turkish researchers who revealed that aquatic aerobic exercises can offer benefits to fibromyalgia patients. Fibromyalgia patients experience widespread pain and thus have weaker muscular strength.

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11 months
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Fibromyalgia: Power over pain - The Sumter Item

From theitem.com

"It's all in your head."
If you or someone you love has fibromyalgia, you have, no doubt, heard that statement before. Truth be told, it's not completely inaccurate.
Let me explain.
Years ago, doctors thought fibromyalgia was a muscle disease. We studied the muscles looking for inflammation and cell damage. There were no…

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over 1 year
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Influenza vaccination is safe and effective in patients suffering from fibromyalgia syndrome.

From prohealth.com

The fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is considered to result from the exposure of a genetically susceptible individual to various triggers, such as physical trauma, stress, viral infections etc. A possible role of vaccination in FMS etiology has been suspected. Our objective was to evaluate the efficacy and safety of influenza vaccination…

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over 1 year
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Nerve damage and fibromyalgia

From harvard.edu

Small study could lead to identification of treatable diseases for some with chronic pain syndrome | About half of a small group of patients with fibromyalgia - a common syndrome that causes chronic pain and other symptoms - were found to have damage to nerve fibers in their skin and…

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over 1 year
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I Am Not Superwoman

From wordpress.com

Nope. I am not. I have no superpowers. No super speed or strength and I sure I can't fly. Therefore, I am not superhuman. I am not Superwoman but yet, it seems like I am determined to be her. I need to remember that I am only human and…

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1 year
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Jaime Sanders: A Fibromyalgia Warrior!

From consumerhealthdigest.com

As a child, I was diagnosed with Migraine after suffering severe and debilitating headaches that would keep me out of school. I was 8 years old at the time of diagnosis. I still suffer from Migraine, which developed into Chronic Migraine in my late twenties. For several years now,…

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over 1 year
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Foundation of Fibromyalgia Is Altered Central Nervous System, New Study Validates

From nationalpainreport.com

The central nervous system has been shown to be the “origin of fibromyalgia,” which National Pain Report broke in the news in May.
And now, a new study has taken that finding further.
A German study published this week in BMC Neurology investigated central nervous system involvement in fibromyalgia sufferers by imaging…

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over 1 year
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Doctors learning how to spot, manage fibromyalgia

From wiat.com

WIMBERLEY, Texas ( KXAN) - You may not have heard of it, and you sure don't want to have it. Fibromyalgia: chronic severe pain all over your body, fatigue and often times depression to go along with it. Six and a half million Americans suffer from it, 80% of them…

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over 1 year
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Why Fibromyalgia Pain Feels Different

From everydayhealth.com

For Amy Mullholand, simple chores like washing the dishes or making breakfast can be incredibly challenging."On a good day, I can get through the cups and the silverware, then I must sit for at least 15 to 20 minutes. Then I tackle the bowls. Then I sit and rest," said…

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about 2 years