By David Mittleman

Fibromyalgia a Real Bodily Disease

For too long, sufferers of Fibromyalgia have been told that their symptoms were all in their head. Fibromyalgia is characterized by musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. Symptoms sometimes occur after a traumatic physical event, surgery, infection or sometimes a traumatic psychological event. Because Fibromyalgia has sometimes been linked to traumatic psychological events, some doctors have claimed that the disease is psychosomatic. However, new research suggests otherwise and that Fibromyalgia is a real bodily disease.

Pathology of Fibromyalgia Discovered

The National Institutes of Health and The National Biotechnology Information …read more