​​​Fibromyalgia is a condition that affects around four million Americans, causing joint pain and general discomfort. 

Fibromyalgia is a neurologic chronic health condition that causes pain all over the body and other symptoms. Other symptoms of fibromyalgia that patients most often have are:

Tenderness to touch or pressure affecting muscles and sometimes joints or even the skin

Severe fatigue

Sleep problems (waking up unrefreshed)

Problems with memory or thinking clearly

Some patients also may have:

Depression or anxiety

Migraine or tension headaches

Digestive problems: irritable bowel syndrome (commonly called IBS) or gastroesophageal reflux disease (often referred to as GERD)

Irritable or overactive bladder

Pelvic pain

Temporomandibular disorder - often called TMJ (a set of symptoms including face or jaw pain, jaw clicking, and ringing in the ears)