If you did not know this is a chronic disease that usually affects the muscular and joint part of the body.
3 to 5 million people suffer this diagnosis per year, but the problem is that it is so difficult to know if you really have fibromyalgia.
That doctors to identify symptoms require many medical studies and that the patient has at least 3 months with uninterrupted ailments.
These measures have been taken because the signs of the condition can be confused with other conditions.
There is no test that manages to diagnose fibromyalgia 100%, that is why it is necessary to perform all the necessary medical studies, in fact, the process is as rigorous as the procedure to know if a man is or is not sterile.
Symptoms of fibromyalgia you should know
The exams are rigorous and necessary to rule out other diagnoses. Doctors recommend that patients undergo the following tests to know exactly if it is Fibromyalgia or another disease.
-Globular sedimentation rate
In the case that all these tests are negative, you will have to verify that you have the following symptoms and, if they are present in your organism, you do have Fibromyalgia.
-Problems in the reproductive system
-Various menstrual problems
-Loss of libido
-Nails that are battered and that fall sporadically
-Bruises and scars that appear for no reason.
-Anxiety, panic attacks, depression
-Continuous irritability, sudden changes in mood
-Sweat and hot flashes
-Impaired mental health
-Burning in the extremities
-Stomach, digestive and metabolic diseases
-Difficulty in pronouncing some words
-Problems to recognize the members of your family
-Coordination and faulty balance
-Difficulty remembering recent events, lack of concentration,
-Malestars and sleep disorders
-Feeling of falling when you sleep
-Stretching of the muscles in full night rest
-Get up every so often at night, trouble falling asleep, etc.
-Grinding and squeezing too much teeth
-Not being able to withstand natural or artificial light, especially at night
-Sensitivity to odors, temperatures, noise, climate and pressure
-Malestars similar to heart attacks
-Thick and constant mucus
-Allergy in cold climates to mold and yeast
-Secretion and nasal drips
-Abdominal and pelvic inflammation
-Itching and pain in the ears
-Annoying noises in the ear
-Urinate many times a day
-Increase and decrease in weight in a few periods of time
-Cravings for foods with too much sugar and fat
Natural treatments for fibromyalgia
While it may be extremely difficult to try to alleviate the bodily pain that is experienced with this disease, some home remedies can be of much help, for example, chamomile infusions, baths with thyme plants, rosemary or lavender and soaking feet with apple cider vinegar.