Vitamin D Be a Lifesaver for Fibromyalgia Pain. Researcher Says

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By :  Aqiyl Aniys

 

Fibromyalgia can be a very debilitating condition. It is characterized by extreme fatigue and sleep disorders, cognitive difficulties and headaches, but especially for the pain of fibromyalgia that affects soft tissues rather than the joints. Often there are multiple trigger points that are sensitive to touch.

The cause of fibromyalgia is unclear. There may be an underlying genetic susceptibility, and may have infections that can trigger pain of fibromyalgia. But usually doctors can not locate a specific cause. Twenty years ago meant that rule out fibromyalgia pain as “psychosomatic”. Fortunately, this is no longer the case in most cases.

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vitamin D deficiency as a contributor to fibromyalgia pain:

P. ago few years my vitamin D was so low it was almost undetectable.

I had generalized muscle and joint pain and was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. My feet were cramping so bad at night that I was unable to walk. My hands burned and hurt and could not make a fist or extend my fingers without extreme pain. My elbows were so painful she could not even rely on a foam pillow. I felt very bad.

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