The Root Cause of
The Root Cause of "fibromyalgia"

“Fibromyalgia” is a condition often times associated with severe and debilitating muscle, tendon, and soft tissue pain. It is a disease that starts in the central nervous system.

There are various reasons that cause Fibromyalgia. Some say that Fibromyalgia is a genetic component. The genes play a big role in Fibromyalgia.

Some of the causes of Fibromyalgia are as follows:

Hereditary problem

This is said to be the most common cause of fibromyalgia. It is shown to be genetic. This becomes evident after a series of stressful events. This could be due to an emotional, physical or medical condition of a person. The chronic pain of rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune disease cause the development of fibromyalgia. The way in which the brain and the spinal cord cause pain sensations is quite abnormal in fibromyalgia. Because of this the pain is more chronic for people with fibromyalgia than people who do not suffer from this.

Gluten Intolerance

Gluten sensitivity that does not fulfill the diagnostic criteria for celiac disease “CD” is increasingly recognized as a frequent and treatable condition with a wide spectrum of manifestations that overlap with the manifestations of Fibromyalgia, including chronic musculoskeletal pain, asthenia, etc. Eliminating gluten from your diet makes a big difference to the person suffering from Fibromyalgia.

Low thyroid Function

Thyroid plays a vital role in Fibromyalgia. The thyroid levels should be checked regularly. Inadequate thyroid hormone regulation is very common. Just like many people with Fibromyalgia and thyroid conditions have adrenal issues, many of these people also have an imbalance which contributes to their condition.

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