Fibromyalgia is a chronic health condition that causes pain all over the body along with other symptoms that may include tenderness to touch, fatigue, sleep disorders, memory problems, depression, anxiety, headaches, and digestive problems. The cause is unclear however there can be triggering factors like physical or emotional stress/trauma. It is most common in women and usually starts in middle adulthood. Although there are no tests to diagnose Fibromyalgia there are specific guidelines to help make the diagnosis. Your healthcare provider will also rule out any other illnesses that may resemble the symptoms of Fibromyalgia.