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Fibromyalgia Symptoms - Why You Should Never Ignore Frequent Headaches

Wednesday 11 April 2018

 

From UK newspaper the Express:

 

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Fibromyalgia symptoms - why you should never ignore frequent headaches

Fibromyalgia symptoms include widespread pain across the entire body, as well as extreme tiredness and difficulty sleeping. You should also never ignore persistent headaches, as it could be a sign of the painful condition, according to the NHS.

By Matt Atherton
Monday April 9, 2018
Copyright ©2018 Express Newspapers. "Daily Express" is a registered trademark. All rights reserved.

Fibromyalgia is a long-term condition that causes extreme pain across the entire body, according to the NHS.

It’s caused by changes in the way the body processes pain signals around the body.

In a number of cases, fibromyalgia is triggered by a stressful event, including the death of a loved one, or a painful injury.

Anyone can develop fibromyalgia, although women are up to seven times more likely to have the condition.

Constant headaches could be a symptoms of fibromyalgia, the NHS warned.

 


'It gives you dark thoughts': Fibromyalgia patient describes chronic pain

 

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