When you live with fibromyalgia, your teeth and mouth may not be the first things you worry about. However, there is evidence that what we put in our mouths - whether it’s food, toothpaste or mouthwash - can have a major impact on fibromyalgia symptoms.
Both cervical stenosis and are debilitating disorders. Until recently, they were often mistaken for each other in the doctor's office. It is harder to detect cervical stenosis until it has reached a stage where it has caused permanent nerve damage.
You may often complain about the pain in your shoulders, legs, back and elsewhere in the body, but do you’ve an idea how long the pain lasts? Are you facing any other unusual and weird symptom as well? Does it progress as the day ends? Don’t you think th