Features August 2007 Issue

Zeroing In On Relief for Fibromyalgia

Dealing with this tormenting disorder is a daunting task, but a number of treatment options may help ease some of the symptoms.

Widespread joint and muscle pain, chronic fatigue, insomnia, bowel and bladder problems, depression, persistent headaches, numbness, dizziness, skin hypersensitivity—these are among the complaints commonly expressed by patients who are diagnosed with fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS), a mysterious condition afflicting an estimated three to six million Americans.

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