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BFS Community Launch Coming Soon

BFS Community

We're excited to announce that a new community will be coming online to help those affected by Benign Fasciculation Syndrome (BFS).  Our team is hard at work building and crafting a BFS Forum for anyone affected by twitching, tremors, and similar symptoms.

BFS forum is a community and support forum for people suffering from BFS (Benign Fasciculation Syndrome) and for those who suffer from twitching, tremors, anxiety, and other related syndromes and sicknesses related to BFS and BFS related symptoms.


Fibromyalgia hope and progress

Fibromyalgia, a chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain and fatigue, affects millions of people around the world. But now, there is a promising new breakthrough on the horizon that could bring much needed relief to those suffering from this condition.

Recent research conducted by scientists from the University of Cambridge has identified a potential new drug target for Fibromyalgia. This new drug works by targeting a specific protein that is believed to be involved in the development and progression of the condition.

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Undstanding Paresthesia's Connection to Fibromyalgia

Paresthesia is a condition that results in a burning sensation, tingling, prickling, or even numbness. This condition often occurs in the hands and extremities of the body. The symptoms associated with this condition can vary in severity from mild to very severe. Depending on the reason paresthesia is present, the condition may last chronically or it will disappear after a short period of time. With fibromyalgia, it is not uncommon for paresthesia to occur without the sensation of pain, but pain can be felt sometimes when it is present.

Recruiting women with Fibromyalgia, Jaw Pain and Trouble Sleeping

Do you have fibromyalgia pain?

Researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and University of Maryland Dental School are looking for volunteers with widespread pain that includes jaw pain (TMJD) to participate in a research study to investigate the effect of three different non-drug treatments on pain and sleep symptoms.

Who's eligible?

- Women, 18-60 years old

- Jaw pain for 3 months or more

- Have sleep difficulties

Pain and Fatigue Study from 2008

I was looking around for news about Fibromyalgia, and I stumbled upon this older article from 2008. I've always wondered why it seems that specific ailments target one gender more than others. The first time I encountered the situation was when I finally found a name for my bladder condition, and attended an event on the subject. It seemed 9/10 of those diagnosed were female, and I've found that Fibromyalgia also seems to target women more frequently than men, although I'm not sure the numbers are quite as extreme with Fibromyalgia as is the case with Interstitial Cystitis.

Breakthrough Treatment for Fibromyalgia and Chronic fatigue

Trauma, repetitive stress injury, scarring, inflammatory reactions, the effects of gravity on a poorly aligned body and life stressors can all create restrictions in the myofascia. These restrictions cause pain and stiffness making it difficult for you to move and prohibiting you from doing those things you love to do.  Fascia is a thin connective tissue that runs from the top of the head to the tip of the toes in an uninterrupted web. It surrounds all the organs, lymph and blood vessels, the nerves, the brain and spinal cord, and every muscle in the body.

Pain- Your Alarm system

Pain is multifactorial: physical, emotional, spiritual and mental. Pain is REAL. When you are in pain, you are vulnerable. In the vulnerability there is a portal that opens any/all wounds that are waiting to be healed. At the moment of connection it can feel like you have stepped into a deep blackness. It is terrorizing and there is a chilling aloneness that cannot be described. Fear grips you as you cannot feel the ground beneath your feet. Your body tenses as a natural normal response to the fear and pain blocking the flow of vital life-giving oxygen and nutrients. Energy is blocked.