Tag Archives: fibromyalgia

Can Gluten Cause Muscle and Joint Pain?

gluten and chronic arthritis

Can Gluten Cause Muscle and Joint Pain? In today’s world, muscle and joint pain are widespread problems. They tend to be chronic, debilitating, and can significantly reduce your quality of life. Your pain may be dull and achy or sharp and throbbing. It may be felt locally in one area or throughout your body. Muscle […]

The Real Causes of Fibromyalgia with Dr. David Brady

Causes of Fibromyalgia Dr Osborne

What Are The Causes of Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia may create chronic pain, but the disease has it’s origins in the brain and central nervous system.  Technically, it is not an inflammatory disease, it is a central processing disease.  Many people diagnosed with fibromyalgia don’t actually have the disease.  In essence they have symptoms that are similar, […]

Gluten Sensitivity – A Potential Cause for Fibromyalgia

Does Gluten Cause Fibromyalgia? Does gluten cause fibromyalgia?  The short answer is yes, but first let’s dive into what fibromyalgia actually is.  Fibromyalgia is a condition often times associated with severe and debilitating muscle, tendon, and soft tissue pain pain.  The disease is also often times referred to as: Myalgia Myofascitis Fibromyositis Fibrositis Many patients […]

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