Central nervous system and Sympathetic Skin Response

Interesting read!

Brainless Blogger

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We know from precious research that the central nervous system is involved with fibromyalgia. It seems to be the main problem. There have been studies showing sympathetic nerves are involved with findings of damage to small nerve fiber damage in the skin, eyes and perhaps even other areas. We have a post about that actually that shows a few studies on small-fiber issues. Why are they being damaged? That is the question. Some researcher posit either a past or occurring immune disorder is to blame.

Not to mention the sympathetic nervous system and its fight or flight response is triggered by pain and has been looked at for years with FM. There seems to be involvement there as well.

So these issues with central nervous system and the skin nerve issues with FM… could they be connected? And that is where this study comes in.

The study

Marina de Tommaso, Katia…

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