Pain Can Be Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (JHS)

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Pain can be—Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (JHS)—or it is sometimes referred to as being “double-jointed”

I remember, as a child, being able lay on my back with my ankles aside of me. To this day, I can reach the floor with the palms of my hands while keeping my knees straight. I always prided […]

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome—Dehydration and Pain

HYDRATE!

Dehydration and Pain—I never understood the relationship until my latest visit to the muscle therapist for a {ouch}, deep-tissue massage. I can’t believe I paid for the experience, but am willing to do what I need to do for a better quality of life. I live with Myofascia Pain Syndrome from a […]

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Fibromyalgia Pain can be—Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Pain can be Myofascial Pain Syndrome along with Fibromyalgia

I learned about Myofascial Pain Syndrome from my many visits to chiropractors and massage therapists. Frequently, the symptoms overlap and the pain can be mistaken just for fibromyalgia. As a result, people with both disorders are sometimes only diagnosed with and treated for one.

Studies suggest […]

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