Fibromyalgia is associated with a higher risk of stress, anxiety and depression. Aside from being a physical disease – patients with fibromyalgia live with chronic pain – fibromyalgia is also very much a psychological disease and is closely associated with stress and depression. Although much research has revealed the association between the conditions, the exact link has never been fully understood.

What is known is that stress, anxiety and depression can lead to negative health outcomes for those living with fibromyalgia. Understanding these effects can determine treatment options.

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