Fibromyalgia. Symptoms

Definition of Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia is defined as all non-articular rheumatic disorders characterized by pain and stiffness of varying intensity of the muscles, tendons and surrounding soft tissue with a wide range of other symptoms. It is not contagious.

There are other terms associated with fibromyalgia as they are; miogelosis or gelosis the muscle, ie gelation of colloids of muscle fiber and muscular rheumatism.

Fibromyalgia refers to a group of symptoms and musculoskeletal disorders whose diagnosis is controversial because for many researchers is not a disease, due to lack of abnormalities in both physical examination and in laboratory tests. Increasingly, the evidence that musculoskeletal disorders associated the condition with neuropsychiatric disorders.

Has the disease between 3 and 6 per cent of world population and predominates in people between 20 and 50 years of age.

Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

They are so different that different symptoms may present people who have it can be confused with other diseases such as chronic fatigue.

Among them, it is estimated that almost all of those affected suffer from digestive disorders, three out of four tables suffer from fatigue, 60 percent is the victim of a restless sleep and 40 percent have depressive.

Outline of the symptoms of fibromyalgia
Symptoms of fibromyalgia in the central nervous system

* Chronic headaches
* Dizziness
* Sleep Disorders
* Memory problems
* Cognitive Disorders
* Anxiety
* Depression

Fibromyalgia Symptoms: Muscle
* Pain
* Fatigue
* Fasciculation (available in bundles of muscle fibers)

Symptoms of fibromyalgia: Systemic
* Pain weight gain
* Symptoms of colds
* Chemical Sensitivity varied

Other symptoms associated with fibromyalgia
* Vision problems
* Dysfunction in the jaw
* Chest pain
* Stomach Nausea
* Skin
* Joint stiffness in the mornings
* Dysmenorrhea
* Urination disorders

Symptoms of Fibromyalgia: The Pain
There are an estimated 18 points of identifying pain of fibromyalgia and they must be matched 11 to less to identify the ailment. These points are located in the following areas (multiplied by 2 by the symmetry of the body):

In the head
* Occiput (suboccipital muscle insertions)

In the back
* Trapezius (middle of upper edge)
* Supraspinatus (above the medial border of the scapular spine)
* Cervical lower (anterior intervertebral spaces of C5-C7)

In chest
* Second rib (second costochondral junctions)

In the arms
* Lateral epicondyle (a 2 cm. Epicondyles distal

* Kneeling (ball fat proximal to the medial joint line)
* Greater trochanter (trochanteric prominence post)

Other areas
* In the buttock (upper outer quadrant of the buttocks)

Related articles
Miogelosis, Fibromyalgia. Medical Treatments and Natural Remedies
Rheumatism. Medical Treatments and Natural Remedies
Homeopathy for Rheumatism

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