Feb 13, 2017; by Briana McDonald (UtopiaSiler.com) Many cases of fibromyalgia are misdiagnosed. Fibromyalgia syndrome manifests itself in similar ways to chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), chemical sensitivities, rheumatoid arthritis, and chronic myofascial pain. As a result it often takes a long time for a proper diagnosis to be made. True fibromyalgia usually occurs after chronic fatigue syndrome sets in and is often times linked to mercury toxicity. Nutritional therapy for fibromyalgia will get to the root of the symptoms and provide a healthy alternative to strengthening and restoring the body chemistry. When this is done, many health conditions drastically improve and dissipate by themselves.
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Fibromyalgia most commonly affects the lower back, neck, shoulders, back of the head, upper chest, thighs and many other areas of the body may be involved. The pain is usually described as sharp, shooting, stabbing, and throbbing. The pain and stiffness is usually greater in the…