Dr. Jordan recommends the following article that appeared in a recent issue of AADEP Advisor.
Fibromyalgia linked to decreased brain connectivity
from Medical News Today
Fibromyalgia syndrome is a common and chronic condition of unknown cause that mostly strikes in middle age, although symptoms can often present earlier. Sufferers typically experience fatigue with long-term pain in several areas of the body, plus tenderness in soft tissues such as the muscles, joints and tendons. We don't know why, but while men and children can also have it, the vast majority of those diagnosed with fibromyalgia are women.
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Krista Jordan, Ph.D., ABPP