Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain illness that causes widespread pain throughout the body, fatigue, and sleep issues. The condition can also cause dizziness, irritable bladder, migraines, numbness and tingling. While not much is known about fibromyalgia, experts now believe it to be a central nervous system disorder.
What is the nervous system designed to do? Nerves make the arms and legs move. Nerves make the heart beat and the lungs breathe. Ultimately, the entire nervous system is designed to keep the body alive. That is its most primal function. If a lion is chasing, the body runs. If the hand touches something hot, it jerks away. Just like a built-in…