Is Dopamine Linked to Fibromyalgia?

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Research shows that the effects of dopamine on fibromyalgia may be more significant than ever. But what exactly is dopamine and how does it affect fibromyalgia?

What Is Dopamine?

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter. This means that it is a chemical that transmit signals to the brain. Dopamine plays an important role in influencing the way you think, act and feel.

As dopamine is a neurotransmitter in your brain, it is naturally responsible for your mood, stress and alertness. However, dopamine can actually do a lot more than influencing your mental functions. It is responsible for various functions of your body and having a low level of dopamine can lead to various problems and conditions.

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  1. says: Mary

    There’s. no way around Fibromyalgia, I’m always in pain , everyday, every minute, I’ve tried some pretty stupid cures most of supplements known to mankind. I suffer in silence pain pills don’t work a lot of the times. I read everything on my disease. This is the point of self-destruction but I’m better than this crude

  2. says: Christina

    Mary… you described it best. Astonishing the amount of pain we are in and relief cant be found. I thought i was an oddball bc everyone i know with fibro, besides myself, has relief from therapy or pain pills or lyrica, cymbalta, etc… have you tried Kratom by chance?

  3. says: Felicia

    I’ve started using CBD oils, CBD gummies, and going to the chiropractor. My body is feeling so much better, and now a flare up only last a day or two tops! I’ve gone off Lyrica, Topimax for migraines.

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