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Researchers Say Hypersensitive Brain Network Causes Chronic Headaches

Tuesday 16 January 2018

 

From US newspaper the Deccan Chronicle:

 

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Hyper-sensitive brain network causes chronic headaches.
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Researchers say hypersensitive brain network causes chronic headaches

Here is what a new study has found.

By Ani
January 14, 2018
Copyright © 2015 - 2018 Deccan Chronicle.

Washington: A new study has found that brain networks of patients with fibromyalgia primes for rapid and global, responses to minor changes. Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterised by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by memory issues, sleep, fatigue, and memory issues.

It is believed that fibromyalgia amplifies painful sensations by affecting the way your brain processes pain signals. The new research states that hyper-reactive brain networks could play a part in the hypersensitivity of fibromyalgia. This abnormal hyper-sensitivity of brain networks, called Explosive Synchronization (ES), can be observed in other network phenomena as well across nature. The research details only the second study about ES in the human brain.

 

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