Fibromyalgia has, throughout history, been incredibly difficult to identify and diagnose because it appears, at first glance, to be something else since its symptoms, which include musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, mood swings, and memory loss, are fairly common.
To provide some perspective 1 in 70 people, mostly women, in the United States actually have fibromyalgia.
Researchers believe that the primary cause of fibromyalgia is a disruption of brain mechanisms that are responsible for processing pain;
“As a physician, the most important finding for me is that 70 percent of the patients could recover from their fibromyalgia symptoms. The most exciting finding for the world of research, however, is that we were able to map the malfunctioning brain regions responsible for the syndrome... The intake of [the pain medication they were taking] eased the pain but did not reverse the condition. But hyperbaric oxygen treatments did reverse the condition... Hyperbaric oxygen treatments are designed to address the actual cause of fibromyalgia – the brain pathology responsible for the syndrome.
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