HMT involves incubating the patient's blood with various food antigens and measuring the presence of histamine.
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Another tool for diagnosing and treating the disease is to analyse and evaluate body composition as it can directly influence the pain points in FM.
It involves studying body temperature, since controlling it can influence the pain points in patients with Fibromyalgia.
Many of the symptoms experienced in rare diseases such as Pompe, Gaucher and Fabry are the same as those of Central Sensitivity Syndrome.
This is a medical test that seeks to determine the antioxidant power in the blood, an excess of oxidant molecules in the body or a systematic deficit of antioxidants.
This test evaluates the correct functioning of the intestinal barrier. If intestinal permeability is high, the integrity of the intestinal mucosa is being lost, and vice versa.
A high percentage of patients with Central Sensitivity Syndrome have sensitivity to food, chemicals and respiratory allergens or antigens.
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Aimed at patients diagnosed with fibromyalgia, it consists of applying low-frequency magnetic charges that are delivered to the patient's head through a cap.
This technique aims at mitochondrial stimulation through hypoxia and hyperoxia cycles, the combination of which stimulates and controls the cell's regeneration potential.
The safe and painless application of low intensity electrical current in the cerebral cortex (commonly < 2mA) makes this technique a promising tool in human neuroscience and neurobehavioural research.
This treatment is aimed at patients with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, migraine, among other diseases of a nosological nature.
Adult mesenchymal stem cells are cells that can be obtained from patients' own tissues and have multiple properties that mean they are increasingly used to treat a number of diseases.
This type of treatment is performed when the patient's clinical picture requires it. Through admission for approximately 3 days on a complete diet, the patient is offered the chance of a sustained rest of the digestive tract.
It is intended to strengthen the immune system, as well as decrease the levels of histamine in the body.
They focus on each patient's food sensitivity, which is defined as a negative reaction to certain foods and which frequently does not occur in the same way.
This technique is aimed at patients diagnosed with migraine, tension headaches, lumbago, obesity and general swelling, among other diseases related to the immunomeuroendocrine system.