Monthly Archives: January 2010

Fibromyalgia and Singing

” The only thing better than singing is more singing”, Ella Fitzgerald The singer/songwriter Shelly Quarmby has just released  a six song EP entitled Change; the proceeds of one of the tracks will be donated to the  Fibromyalgia Association of the … Continue reading

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Fibromyalgia and Hearing Loss

“Limitations only go so far”, Robert M.Hensel Hearing loss appears to be common after a prolonged history of fibromyalgia. It seems as though sensorineural hearing loss, that is, loss that is due to damage to the inner ear auditory nerve … Continue reading

Posted in 7th cranial nerve, auditory pathways to the brain, dentists and dental assistants, earaches, Fibromyalgia, headaches, low frequency hearing loss, ringing in the ears, sensitive teeth, sensitivity to noise, sensorineural hearing loss, teeth grinding, tinnitus, TMJ | 77 Comments