Did you see these chronic illness and Fibromyalgia medical studies from last year? Granted all of these studies weren’t from 2015 but they are all still interesting.
- Distraction as a Pain Reliever – This was the most popular medical study post from last year. Do you use distraction as a form of pain reliever? This study indicates that it definitely can make a difference.
- Why are doctors reluctant to treat Fibromyalgia Patients? – this study answers the question and the answer might be surprising.
- Fibromyalgia and Loneliness – does loneliness affect the symptoms of Fibromyalgia?
- The Vagus Nerve Hypothesis for Fibromyalgia and CFS – could a single nerve be at the root of both CFS and Fibromyalgia?
- Fibromyalgia and the Sense of Smell – does it seem that your sense of smell is better or worse since Fibromyalgia?
- Study sheds light on Fibromyalgia as a Nerve Disorder – the debate has waged for years, is Fibro a muscle thing or a nerve thing? This study says nerves are the cause.
- Overlap of Fibromyalgia and Celiac Symptoms – IBS commonly occurs along with Fibromyalgia and the symptoms overlap greatly with Celiac disease.
- Fibromyalgia and the Herpes virus – is there a connection? – A number of studies show that there may be a connection between a Herpes virus and Fibromyalgia.
- Altered Brain Activity and Fibromyalgia – that Fibro fog you feel, it is real.
- Fibromyalgia and Personality – Is there a personality type associated with Fibromyalgia?
- Evaluating the Effects of Lyrica on Fibromyalgia – Does Lyrica work for Fibromyalgia? If so, what percent of patients are helped?
Let me know if you want to see more posts about current (and not so current) medical studies related to Fibromyalgia and chronic illness as a whole.