Today I am med free. I manage my fibromyalgia with a combination of clean eating, gentle yoga, meditation and massage. And it works for me. I know my body well enough to be gentle with it when I have to be.
“How many pillows do you sleep with?” Ever wondered why the doctor wants to know that? The answer could indicate a health problem. But it is also a sign you are managing a chronic pain issue. In which case, perhaps your pile of pillows is your best friend.
Diagnosed with fibromyalgia? Based on my personal experience, there are three big things you can focus on right away to start feeling better.
As a person with a chronic illness, there are many days I don’t feel great. Some days I just can’t get anything done. But what if it isn’t my fibro? What if it is my head or my heart instead? There’s a process I go through to figure it out. Maybe it will work for you.
I have fibromyalgia, and I have STILL stumbled across the best-kept secret for guaranteed great sleep. Fibromyalgia and sleep are not easy bedfellows, as you know all too well if you have fibro. I’ve been having the BEST sleep lately. Sleeping right through a solid six to eight hours, without even getting up to pee. It was as I was quitting…