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Study Identifies The Types Of Cognitive Dysfunction That Are Most Prevalent In Fibromyalgia

Thursday 22 March 2018


From Fibromyalgia News Today:


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Study Identifies the Types of Cognitive Dysfunction That Are Most Prevalent in Fibromyalgia

By Ana Pena
March 21, 2018
Copyright © 2013-2018 All rights reserved.

Learning and memory problems, difficulty paying attention, and inability to control movement are the cognitive problems that fibromyalgia patients experience the most, a study reports.

The dysfunction is worse when patients are anxious or depressed, according to a team whose study involved a review of previous research.

Their study, “Cognitive impairment in fibromyalgia: A meta-analysis of case–control studies,” appeared in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine.

Many fibromyalgia patients complain of fibro fog, or problems with memory, attention and speaking.


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