25 Invisible Symptoms of Fibromyalgia: Migraines

Migraines and Their Place in Fibromyalgia Symptoms

Approximately five million Americans and millions of others around the world suffer from a variety of fibromyalgia symptoms. The pain typically is caused by invisible causes such as migraines. Tension headaches and migraines occur in nearly 70 percent of fibromyalgia patients and can hit with little or no warning.

One advantage of telling the doctor about migraines is that available treatment for that problem might deliver relief for other fibromyalgia symptoms. Patients should discuss care, concerns, and treatment with their primary physician so they better understand why their body suffers pain in various areas for no apparent reason. Instead of giving up, learning about new and/or alternative methods of treatment offers a guide for being part of the fight against this debilitating diagnosis.

There are ways to aggressively treat migraines while achieving beneficial side effects for fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS). Professional massage of knots in the shoulder and neck muscles is directed at myofascial trigger points that lead to miserable headaches. FMS pain is related to eighteen trigger points, causing pain to occur throughout the body.

An additional benefit is the significant relief of other fibromyalgia symptoms. Deep massage does not help everyone, but it is an avenue for relief that a doctor or physical therapist might suggest as a possible treatment.

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