If you’re suffering from fibromyalgia, you have probably noticed that you have difficulty sleeping. However, is your fibromyalgia causing your sleep problems or are your sleep problems causing your fibromyalgia.
Fibromyalgia and low grade fevers often run hand in hand. Fibromyalgia causes debilitating pain in the muscles, the extremities and extreme fatigue. There are many possible reasons that the fevers may occur alongside fibromyalgia although doctors aren't e
This has an interesting perspective, and unfortunately I agree with her. I wish I had no idea what she is talking about, but those of us with debilitating fibro/autoimmune diseases understand limitations all too well.
There may be other causes leading to neck pain in the case of fibromyalgia as well. For instance, sleeping badly could also mean an erroneous position which can cause the muscles on your neck to strain (and which will consequently lead to pain as well).
Fibromyalgia: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatments- MyHealthNewsDaily Date: 27 May 2013
Fibromyalgia causes subclinical axonal damage in the RNFL that can be detected using innocuous and non-invasive OCT, even in the early disease stages. The impact on the RNFL in the temporal sectors is greater in patients with biologic fibromyalgia, suggesting the presence of neurodegenerative processes in this subgroup of patients with fibromyalgia.