Latest groundbreaking discovery shows the pain in fibromyalgia patients doesn’t come from the brain. In fact, the results of the research are so important that they could stop the mystery around this chronic disease.
According to the National Fibromyalgia Association, this painful condition affects around 10 million people only in the U.S. Most of them, 75-90%, are women. The usual treatment involves painkillers.
So far, experts believed fibromyalgia is a psychological disorder. However, the groundbreaking research discovered that the pain in these patients is actually triggered by the blood vessels located in their hands.
This could mean finding new treatments for fibromyalgia which can promise positive results.
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