Fibromyalgia and chronic migraines frequently go hand-in-hand. These two conditions are often related by a condition called central sensitization. What can you do to relieve the pain of fibromyalgia and migraines? Recent research has shed some new light on the subject.
Research was conducted involving patients who suffered from fibromyalgia and chronic migraines. There are certain cerebrospinal fluid levels that act as a marker for the process of central sensitization. The study revealed that these levels were higher in individuals who were suffering from fibromyalgia marking a clear distinction between that process and the health condition.
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What Is Central Sensitization?
How Fibromyalgia is Related to Central Sensitization
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