Author’s Bio: Ria Ellendula is an incoming college freshman who is passionate about public health and healthcare policy.
People with Fibromyalgia have more cells that carry pain signals than normal. They may also have fewer cells to obstruct pain signals. Although doctors have not pinpointed a specific cause for the disorder, they have identified various risk factors and triggers associated with Fibromyalgia.
Triggers can include:
Genetics can be one source of Fibromyalgia. It is a disorder that can run within families, and if your parents or blood relatives have it, then your risk of developing it increases. If you have a genetic disposition to fibromyalgia, you are also more likely to develop disorders such as depression.
Although Fibromyalgia cannot be prevented, its effects can be diluted through proper care and lifestyles choices. People with fibromyalgia can prevent flare-ups through a number of different methods, such as:
Listed below are approved medicinal treatments for Fibromyalgia. It is important that you are consulting your doctor before trying any new medications so that you’re aware of any side-effects and can identify what works best for your body.
Call or Book your online Doctor Visit
Talk to a doctor over the Phone/ Tablet
If needed pick up your medication at the pharmacy