Fibromyalgia (FM) is a common condition that is associated with oftentimes debilitating chronic widespread pain, severe fatigue, poor sleep, mental fogginess (often called fibro fog) and several other symptoms. It can come on at any age, even during childhood. It affects up to one in ten women and one in sixty men over the course of their lifetime. An estimated 6 million Americans and 600,000 Canadians suffer from this disease, and perhaps 100 million worldwide. However, roughly one in four family doctors and one in eight pain specialists believe that FM patients are faking their symptoms, and that FM doesn't even exist. Critics have called fibromyalgia "the disease with no clothes," "the syndrome of feeling out of sorts," and "a fabrication of the North American court system." Breaking Thru the Fibro Fog is the first and only book of its kind. It examines all the arguments against fibromyalgia, and reviews the published scientific evidence refuting each and every one of them.