Fibromyalgia is a serious medical condition that causes debilitating pain. The pain is pervasive and extremely unbearable, it also increases the sensitivity of the body to pain thus what normally was not very painful may become excruciating. The origins of the word are from Greek and Latin and they very […]
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Pain is something that everybody will experience in their lifetime. However, with conditions such as fibromyalgia, the struggle with pain is ongoing and often difficult to cope with. Often this problem is exacerbated by incorrect diagnoses and treatments, which allows the condition to continue unabated. One of the key reasons […]
More than 5 million Americans suffer from fibromyalgia, a painful condition affecting the muscoskeletal system. More women than men are affected by fibromyalgia. Individuals that are affected by fibromyalgia oftentimes experience painful flare-ups in the muscles and joints that affect an individual’s entire body. Doctors can perform X-rays, ultrasounds and […]
It could just start with a little stiffness every other morning. Then it gradually becomes a regular occurrence, but still there’s no pain, just a little tenderness, nothing to worry about. Until one day the pain becomes so unbearable it never stops shooting to high heaven. Help is needed. And […]
The process of normal menstruation is referred to as menses and is just one portion of your body’s menstrual cycle, during which your body prepares to become pregnant each month. Menstrual cycles are counted from the first day of your period- the first day that you have bleeding- to the […]
You probably already know that your gastrointestinal tract consists of your large intestine, small intestine, esophagus, mouth, and stomach. Also involved are the gall bladder, pancreas, and liver. When you are chewing your food, enzymes are secreted in your saliva to break it down into proteins and carbohydrates. Gastrointestinal problems […]