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8 Types of Fibromyalgia Pain

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www.ProHealth.com • March 3, 2017


Does your pain present itself in different ways?  In this video, Nic Baker explores eight different types of fibromyalgia pain. 
 

 
What would you add to the list?  How do you manage your pain?




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interesting
Posted by: IanH
Mar 17, 2017
Nic shows an empathy of the variations of FM pain and this is quite a useful breakdown but while these are apt descriptions of pain variation I wouldn't call them "types" of pain.

I don't quite see the relationship between some of the things he says like waking up in the night to pee is "mitochondrial myopathy". I would have thought that waking up to pee in the night is more related to hypersensitivity combined with poor slow wave sleep - hence the sensations cause a "wake-up". Whether hypersensitivity is related to "mitochondrial myopathy" is anyone's guess.

Anyway I enjoyed the talk.
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