Calcium and Fibromyalgia – courtesy of Healthiculture

This article provided by Healthiculture. This is another component of Fibromyalgia to think about adding to your diet. I am having terrible muscle pain right now and not much calcium unless it is in the foods I eat. I need more supplements.


Can Calcium Deficiency Lead to Fibromyalgia? – Do you need Calcium Supplements?

Calcium is one of the primary minerals that your body needs and must be replenished regularly. This becomes even more essential if you are a patient of fibromyalgia. Calcium deficiency exhibits similar symptoms as fibromyalgia where patient suffers from intense muscle cramps and pains along with a severe fatigue. Calcium deficiency affects the health of your bones and cause difficulty in movement and carrying out daily routines.

This article is provided by Healthiculture.

What are symptoms of calcium deficiency?

  • Muscle cramp is one of the initial signs of deficiency of calcium in the body.
  • Muscle pain, especially in your arms, thighs and under arms while walking or moving is yet another sign of calcium deficiency.
  • Calcium is an essential constituent for teeth and tooth decay is one symptom of deficiency of calcium.
  • Calcium is said to be one of the main components present in your nails. When you suffer from brittle and weak nails, you are most probably having calcium deficiency.
  • Delayed menstruation, especially in young girls, is yet another important sign.
  • Premenstrual cramps also occur to women who have a deficiency of calcium content in their body.


The Relationship Between Calcium Deficiency and Fibromyalgia in Women

A large percentage of fibromyalgia patients constitutes of women in the middle age group. Similarly, calcium deficiency largely occurs to middle age women. It is a common advice for women to up their calcium intake via pills and supplements after their 30’s in order to avoid osteoarthritis, muscle cramps and other bone health related problems that results in difficulties in moving and activities involving the arms, legs and so on. Nevertheless, whether calcium deficiency leads to fibromyalgia remains a question mark. Several studies have, however, found a link between calcium deficiency and fibromyalgia.

2 thoughts on “Calcium and Fibromyalgia – courtesy of Healthiculture

  1. Doctor Jonathan

    Great information for Fibro sufferers. I like how you have taken your blog site and begun offering healthful hints for those suffering health maladies. You will learn a lot from the experience and be able to incorporate it into your life.

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    1. Tessa Post author

      Thank you. I have many health maladies to pick from. And yes it helps me as well. Trying to work through my own negativity too.



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