Diseases, Fibromialgia (Spanish)

“La fibromialgia se puede curar con homeopatía”, dice el Dr. David Rosenstein.

“La fibromialgia es curable, ya que la homeopatía enfatiza lo que vale la pena reparar, que no está en el músculo o la articulación, sino en la persona”, dijo el Dr. David Rosenstein, un médico homeópata unicista (MN: 59.692). La homeopatía es curativa porque restaura el equilibrio emocional para aliviar las dolencias físicas. Esta condición de dolor, que afecta a…

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Diseases, Fibromialgia (Spanish)

Nuevo descubrimiento en Israel: logran curar la fibromialgia

Israel ha anunciado la creación de una nueva terapia para la fibromialgia (síndrome del dolor) que reduce o elimina la necesidad de medicamentos. La fibromialgia es muy difícil de diagnosticar. Este síndrome de dolor crónico se caracteriza por el hecho de que afecta principalmente a mujeres. El traumatismo craneal, una infección neurológica o el estrés emocional extremo son causas comunes…

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Diseases, Fibromyalgia (English)

A Narrative Review of the Role of Nutrient Supplementation in the Management of Chronic Pain in Fibromyalgia.

INTRODUCTIONThe multifaceted clinical portrayal of fibromyalgia (FM) lends support to the modern perception of the disease as a more global condition than one that only affects pain sensation.Anti-epileptics and anti-depressants are the most commonly used pharmacologic treatments in clinical practice.Exercise, myofascial release, psychotherapy, and nutrient supplementation are also conservative treatment options. METHODSNarrative review. RESULTSNumerous deficiencies have been related to FM,…

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Diseases, Fibromyalgia (English)

A Gene-Physical Activity Interaction Study of Fatigue in Fibromyalgia Patients.

In fibromyalgia, fatigue is a key symptom. Fatigue is thought to be caused by a combination of genetic predisposition and environmental factors. By looking at single nucleotide polymorphisms in 34 fibromyalgia candidate genes, gene interactions, and gene-physical activity interactions, we were able to investigate the importance of genetic vulnerability for fatigue in southern Spanish women with fibromyalgia. To research gene…

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Diseases, Fibromyalgia (English)

Update on clinical features, aetiopathogenesis, and therapy for fibromyalgia

Chronic widespread pain, fatigue, sleep disturbances, and functional symptoms are all symptoms of fibromyalgia.Fibromyalgia’s etiopathogenesis, diagnosis criteria, and classification criteria are still being discussed, as are the treatment methods for this disorder.Fibromyalgia is the third most common musculoskeletal disorder, and its prevalence rises as people get older.Despite the fact that diagnosis has progressed as a result of the development of…

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Diseases, Fibromyalgia (English)

In the therapy of fibromyalgia, physical exercise is beneficial.

The importance of adapted physical activity (APA) combined with patient education is highlighted in international clinical guidelines for fibromyalgia (FM).With a biopsychosocial view of recovery, cognitive and behavioral therapy, as well as an interdisciplinary approach, may be proposed for more complicated or serious clinical conditions.A clinician may use clear and validated tools for assessing physical activity to personalize the rehabilitation’s…

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Diseases, Fibromyalgia (English)

Weather sensitivity is linked to fibromyalgia sufferers’ quality of life.

BACKGROUNDFibromyalgia is characterized by widespread debilitating pain, and more than half of fibromyalgia patients claim that weather-related factors aggravate their symptoms.However, the variations in actual symptoms between those with and without weather sensitivity have not been measured.The aim of this research was to see if weather sensitivity was linked to the smallest clinically significant differences in quality of life in…

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Diseases, Fibromyalgia (English)

A comprehensive evaluation of the effects of resistance training on the mental health of fibromyalgia patients.

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition characterized by widespread skeletal muscle pain, and patients often experience mental health issues.Due to the lack of a cure, many recovery options have been explored, including resistance training.The current study’s aim is to look at the impact of resistance training on the mental health of fibromyalgia patients.This is a systematic analysis of the literature that…

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Diseases, Fibromyalgia (English)

Fibromyalgia as a Heterogeneous Condition: Patient Subgroups Based on Physical Symptoms and Pain-Related Cognitive-Affective Variables

Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic condition with a wide range of clinical symptoms, and understanding this diversity will aid in the development of personalized therapies.The role of several physical symptoms (pain, exhaustion, and poor sleep quality) and cognitive-affective variables related to pain (pain catastrophizing, pain vigilance, self-efficacy in pain management, and pain acceptance) in the configuration of clinical profiles was…

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Diseases, Fibromyalgia (English)

A nationwide population-based cohort research looked at the risk of fibromyalgia in people with iron deficient anaemia.

Since iron is required for neurotransmitter synthesis, decreased iron stores can result in lower biogenic amine production, as seen in Fibromyalgia (FM) patients.The goals are to look into the connection between iron deficiency anemia (IDA) and FM, as well as the effects of various interventions.We used the Taiwan National Health Insurance Research Database to perform our research.Around 2000 and 2008,…

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