A medical disorder known as fibromyalgia (FM) is thought to have an impact on the central nervous system. Widespread pain, which may be felt in one or more locations on the body, is the most typical symptom of fibromyalgia. The degree of the pain may change daily or even hourly, may vary from person to person, and may occasionally travel over the body. Other symptoms of fibromyalgia include fatigue, sleep issues, poor attention and memory, mood fluctuations, gastrointestinal issues (such as constipation or diarrhea), and an increased sensitivity to pressure and touch.

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