Brain Scans Show Fibromyalgia Patients Process Pain Differently
I’m glad this is finally being discussed. My body mass produces the pain. My doctors do not know why. 24 more words
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A research team led by psychiatrists and scientists at Taipei Veterans General Hospital and National Yang-Ming University’s Institute of Brain Science has found that people with gender identity disorder (GID) are characterized by structural and functional alterations in the brain.
A new study published in the Arthritis & Rheumatism journal reveals that the brain of fibromyalgia patients processes pain differently than that of healthy people. This explains why they feel pain more intensely and are less likely to respond to painkillers. 837 more words
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