Articles from Pro Health: 1- It’s Not All in Your Head – It’s in Your Hands! & 2: Fibromyalgia Research update

These are a couple of interesting articles discussing how the little blood vessels in our hands are possibly the origins behind Fibromyalgia illness.

Research was conducted by Integrated Tissue Dynamics (INTiDYN), which found that people with fibromyalgia have excessive sensory nerve fibers around specialized blood vessel structures located in the palms of the hands.  This is discussed in this first Article.

 

Article 1: Fibromyalgia: It’s Not All in Your Head – It’s in Your Hands!

www.ProHealth.com • June 24, 2013

 

Following on from this INTiDYN pursued their studies a little further and 13 months later Dr. Frank Rice, President and Chief Scientist at INTiDYN provided an update to their initial research and that is discussed in the second article.

 

Article 2:  Fibromyalgia research Update from Integrated Tissue Dynamics

www.ProHealth.com • July 17, 2014

 

Link to the original article published in: Pain Medicine 2013; 14: 895–915, Wiley Periodicals, Inc

 

After reading the articles, what are your thoughts?

Please tell us in the box at the bottom, thankyou 🙂

 


 

Related articles:

 

New version of simplified description written for and posted by the National Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Association, by Frank L. Rice, PhD:  (Winter 2014 Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Life)

 

Fibromyalgia Mystery Finally Solved!.

(Guardian Liberty Voice – Added by Rebecca Savastio on June 20, 2013)

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