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Fibromyalgia Syndrome commonly affects the neck, back, shoulders, chest and thighs. The burning, shooting pain and stiffness are usually worse in the mornings then anyother time of day. Some other symptoms may be: chronic headaches, strange sensation on the skin, insomnia, anxiety, memory impairment, irritable bowel and bladder, dry eyes and mouth, depression and dizziness, chemical/food allergies, sensitivity to bright lights and sounds, and extreme fatigue.

What separates this disorder from other disorders are the 18 specific "Tender Points" see below.

Some of the possible causes of fybromyalgia can be the Epstein-Barre Virus (EBV) the virus that causes mononucleosis, the fungus Candidas ablicans, (click here cure for candidas) chronic mercury poisoning from dental fillings (check with your dentist ), parasites, hypoglycemia, and hypothyroidism, although no one cause has been found. There may also be a connection to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms talk to you doctor, there are many treatments available to ease the symptoms of this disorder.

Malabsorption problems and candidias fungal infections are common with this disorder so it is important to follow the diet and supplement guide click here.

 

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