Friday, October 4, 2013

Sensory Overload

A recent study suggested overactive organs deep in the brain contribute to
the pain, fatigue and sleep problems in Fibromyalgia. Now a study suggests
that the 'gates' in the deepest part of the brain that protect it from
being slammed with too much sensory information may be broken in FM,
causing pain, fatigue and even cognitive problems. Is your brain overloaded?

Learn more about a potentially key finding in both FM and ME/FS in

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