Fibromyalgia Is Not All In Your Head, New Research Confirms

Fibromyalgia Is Not All In Your Head, New Research Confirms

Fibromyalgia Is Not All In Your Head, New Research Confirms (via PR Newswire)

RESEARCHERS DISCOVER A RATIONAL BIOLOGICAL SOURCE OF PAIN IN THE SKIN OF PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA Download image “A Thermostat for the Skin”. (PRNewsFoto/Intidyn) RENSSELAER, N.Y., June 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Fibromyalgia, a painful condition affecting…

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So many diseases — now recognized as real, physical illnesses — used to be thought of as “all in your head.” Migraines. Epilepsy. Even tuberculosis!
During my Great Headache Crisis, a lot of people suggested my pain was “psychosomatic.” It made me feel very offended. Even the psychologist in charge of the Cleveland Clinic IMATCH program suggested that during my eval — which made me hate him, and refer to him as “that asshole psychologist who thinks it’s all my head” until I actually went through the IMATCH program and discovered he’s actually a very nice person and very competent.
I know some things like headaches can have psychological causes. I don’t know how to bring that up without offending the patient. I actually got back into counseling during the GHC, just in case my continuous headache WAS stress-related. The counseling helped with my depression, autism, etc., but didn’t help my headache one bit.

Lost and Tired

How many of you are dealing with Fibromyalgia?


Thank you for sharing this post.  I suffer from chronic low back pain and have arthritis in my upper back.  I sometimes feel as if I have Fibro as well because other joints in my body start hurting from time to time.


upliftingfam @carlyoung  you’re more than welcome.  This is huge news for those with Fibromyalgia.  I hope they can move forward with a new treatment or even a cure.

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