Fibromyalgia is characterised by an amplified perception of pain, combined with several functional disorders, such as persistent fatigue, anxiety or mood disorders, adjustment disorders and sleep disorders.

It is also frequently associated with other connected rheumatoid conditions (Sjögren’s syndrome in 22% of cases, rheumatoid polyarthritis, ankylosing spondylarthrosis, psoriatic rheumatism and lupus) but also with hypothyroidism.

Even though biological psychological factors seem to play an important role in fibromyalgia, recent progress in neuroscience has allowed us to better understand the biological factors involved in the condition as well as the major role played by nutritional modulation.

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