This book provides extensive information on a disease known as Fibromyalgia and covers its symptoms and its treatment. In Europe alone there are today in excess of 12 million people afflicted with Fibromyalgia. The disease strikes women primarily (90% of cases), but it does not spare children. In the US, between 5 and 10% of the paediatric hospitalization are for fibromyalgia, especially for girls 13 to 15 years old. Fibromyalgia is now officially recognized by the WHO (World Health Organization) and the international Assosciation of Psychiatry. Fibromyalgia is identified typically by chronic pain in specific parts of the body, usually accompanied by extreme fatigue. Because it shares symptoms with other diseases including Spasmophylia, Myasthenia, Depression, Post-traumatic Stress as well as Rhumatisms, it is easily missed. Fibromyalgia has been traced to few specific causes, but researchers are following numerous leads: vaccines, especially against Tetanus, chronic gastro-intestinal disorders that open the door to toxins, a deficiency of certain vitamin, minerals, heavy-metals, electro-magnetic radiation, to name the main ones. This book provides details on all known treatments and therapies, and describes the level of research currently being conducted, in France and elsewhere, to find solutions to this debilitating disease.