Low Frequency Sound Simulation Reduces Fibromyalgia Symptoms, Study Shows

Low Frequency Sound Simulation Reduces Fibromyalgia Symptoms, Study Shows
shutterstock_82177993A study published by a team of investigators at the University of Toronto’s Music and Health Research Collaboratory and the Wilfred Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario presented evidence that the use of low-frequency sound stimulation (LFSS) in clinical management of fibromyalgia (FM) leads to symptom improvement. The study’s findings were published in the journal Pain Research Management, the journal of the Canadian Pain Society. FM is a chronic condition associated with widespread pain in muscles and joints, abnormal pain processing, sleep disturbance, fatigue and even psychological distress. According to the CDC, FM affects approximately 2% to 5% of the US population
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