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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