Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by a chronic widespread pain (particularly painful responses to pressure), fatigue, joint stiffness, and even sleep disturbances. It’s a common misconception that Fibromyalgia is a woman’s disease/disorder. While it’s true that over 80% of the recorded cases/patients are women, quite a few men suffer of it as well.

Let’s break it down:

Overactive sexual activities drain the organism of the needed hormones / neurohormones / neurotransmitters for a proper recovery and lead to a hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal-testicular axis lock, which in turn lowers all the beneficial androgens effects on tissues. It’s no wonder more women suffer of the condition, as they have naturally lower androgens levels than men. Through the over active sexual activities one drains major neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine, dopamine, serotonin, and GABA – disturbances in which have been shown to be closely related to Fibromyalgia. Even official studies do confirm the close serotonin-dopamine involvement in the condition, however, they are completely unable to effectively pinpoint the actual cause of those faulty neurotransmitter occurrences, except the usual generalization – “Genetics and Lifestyle”.

The tender points usually indicate inflammatory locations where excessive prostaglandin E2 is present while at the same time severely lacking prostaglandin E1 E3 and Nitric Oxide for tissue elasticity and health. Common areas are hips, spine, shoulders, or neck.

Anxiety, sleep disturbances, morning stiffness, and cognitive overload are predominantly caused by excessive sympathetic ability, common in sexual exhaustion.

Other general causes officially confirmed to be related to Fibromyalgia include drug abuse, nutrient deficiency, excessive cortisol, epinephrine, and prolactin release, insufficient melatonin release, and deficiency of Prostaglandin E1 E3. All of which are common consequences of overactive sexual activities.