In some cases, fibromyalgia may also include cognitive dysfunction such as impaired concentration, impaired performance speed, issues with short and long term memory retention, cognitive overload, an inability to multitask, and a diminished attention spans. Anxiety and depressive disorders are often associated with this condition as well.
The exact cause of this condition is unknown, but it is believed to be a combination of several factors including psychological, genetic, environmental, and neurobiological factors. There is strong evidence to suggest that certain environmental factors greatly increase the risk of developing this condition, and genetics play a large role in who will develop symptoms as it tends to run in families.
If you or a loved one are diagnosed with fibromyalgia, it is important to get all of the information and learn just how this will affect your ability to find and keep a suitable job, as well as how the law can help you avoid unfair dismissal due to work absences related to your condition.
All illnesses can come with hefty price tags due to medical expenses from seeing specialists, getting proper medication, and even ordinary visits to the doctor. If you have Fibromyalgia due to unnatural circumstances, you shouldn’t have to be burdened with these costs for the rest of your life.
At Campisi Law, we specialize in all manners of accident and injury law, as well as having many years of experience in negotiating fair and mutually beneficial agreements with all manner of employers. Don’t suffer in silence, contact Campisi Law today to find out how we can help make your life more comfortable.