Fibromyalgia symptoms

dijous, 30 octubre 2008

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Fibromyalgia symptoms

What are symptoms of fibromyalgia? Many people have been asking about this mysterious and frequently misdiagnosed illness. symptoms of fibromyalgia It is not just the patients that are baffled but the medical community as well. There is not one test or determining factor to confirm a diagnosis of fibromyalgia. Doctors rely on the patients self-report along with their physical examination.

Doctors usually run tests, request lab work, and monitor your condition over a period of time to look for improvements or decline in functioning. If a person’s condition worsens and there is no other underlying cause doctors must probe further to answer the variety of ailments experienced by the patient. Sometimes one is referred to a specialist before a diagnosis is given due to the uncertainty and range of symptoms it creates in the body. Fibromyalgia can also mask other illnesses that require a different course of treatment. Although there are many ways to manage fibromyalgia once it has been diagnosed, it is difficult to decide the course of treatment options available because it is not a “one-size fits all” treatment regimen.

Fibromyalgia is a chronic and serious medical condition regardless of what are the symptoms of fibromyalgia. There are different lists for symptoms of fibromyalgia. The most common characteristics of the disease include widespread pain involving both sides of the body. The pain is more prominent in the neck, buttocks, shoulders, arms, upper back, and chest area. There is also tenderness of the muscles, tendons, and joints. The body may have a general overall stiffness as if they have been working out all night.

Fibromyalgia patients have tender points which are pressure points found around the elbows, shoulders, hips, back of head, and sides of symptoms of fibromyalgia in women breastbone that are typical signs of fibromyalgia. These minor sensory stimuli that ordinarily would not cause pain in individuals can be disabling for a person experiencing fibromyalgia. A person diagnosed with fibromyalgia can also be aggravated by noise, weather changes, and emotional stress. The mind and body are connected to the patterns in the environment and symptoms can occur intermittently and in different combinations. Each patient with fibromyalgia is unique.

Mental health and/or emotional disturbance can cause some medical professionals and patients alike to wonder what are the symptoms of fibromyalgia limited to in the body. Some common traits associated with mental and emotional health are poor concentration, forgetfulness, memory problems, mood changes, irritability, depression, anxiety, racing thoughts, and erratic sleeping patterns. The complaints are real but when mental health is involved the lines are blurry of whether or not the patient is exaggerating the pain due to a mood disturbance. A patient is left to worry something awful is happening to their body but unable to understand or recognize the source. Doctors are quick to dismiss the signs of fibromyalgia since they greatly vary in the amount of symptoms and their severity.

There is no known cause at this time for fibromyalgia. It is a condition you don’t know you have which can only make the symptoms worse and more difficult to endure on a daily basis. Despite the cause or lack thereof, knowing a diagnosis of fibromyalgia is better than not knowing at all. A diagnosis of fibromyalgia can also put a person at risk for other serious health problems. It is important to still have a healthy diet and exercise in order to gain a sense of feeling and living well.

Definition: What are the symptoms of fibromyalgia can be summarized by a physical and mental toll on the body causing extreme fatigue without a cause. fibromyalgia symptoms list

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  1. Ismael Peña-López va dir:

    Francesc Balagué has an interesting post (with very relevant comments) about this issue: Facebook y educación, agregar o no a los alumnos.

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    [...] I wrote the following article together with Max Senges and Peter Bihr for the UOC Fórum Innovació. [...]

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  5. Gregor Gimmy va dir:

    This is a very interesting topic. In my view Facebook is a place for friendships, that happened to have started at a University. (Remember that Facebook was closed to University students only for quite some time). Facebook is not a place to learn or teach, even though a few of hundreds of thousands of apps are about learning.

    Yet, learning is social – hence the need for a web where education happens in a more – “social network” way. I think traditional eLearning systems will change significantly in this regard. These next generation “Social Learning Networks” will have to be integrated with Facebook. Just like any school has places to teach and places to be with friends.

    We at Sclipo aim to build such Social Learning Network. We have built a series of learning apps (course manager, web classroom, etc.) into a social network structure. And we have integrated with Facebook through Connect.

    I invite you to check out Sclipo and would love your feedback. Here a quick overview of Sclipo:

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