Qualifying for Social Security Disability with Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by chronic widespread pain, fatigue, and problems with memory and mood. While much remains unknown about this illness, it is generally believed that fibromyalgia amplifies pain by affecting the way your brain processes certain pain signals. Much can be said about the pain associated with this disease, but the accompanying memory and concentration deficits - often referred to as "fibro fog" - can be just as debilitating. Fibromyalgia predominately affects women; as many as 90% of cases are female, according to government statistics.

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