Fibromyalgia is characterized by pain of the muscles and fibrous connective tissues throughout the body including discomfort in the tendons and ligaments.
Most affected areas are the neck, the shoulders, the lower back, the chest and the thighs. Certain muscle points will be particularly stiff and tender. Endurance and stamina are poor which bring constant fatigue and difficulty concentrating. Fibromyalgia is often accompanied with irritable bowels and mood disorders such as depression and anxiety.
This page explores the aggravating factors of fibromyalgia and diet changes to alleviate it.