As a fellow fibromyalgia sufferer, I know all too well that some days it is impossible to do any form of exercise but if you can manage just one on your good days it will help keep you fit.
Many people with fibromyalgia worry exercise will make their pain worse. That anxiety is acknowledged and it isn’t uncommon that people with fibromyalgia experience more post-workout pain and tiredness when they first begin exercising.
Exercise can induce fatigue so it’s a bit of a catch-22, that one of the most effective treatments can aggravate the symptoms of the condition, at least initially.
The trouble is writes The Guardian “the combination of pain, fatigue, and inactivity often leads to weak and deconditioned muscles, making ordinary daily activities challenging. But research has shown that exercise can alleviate symptoms. “It’s one of the most proven treatments for fibromyalgia.”
So, which exercises are the…
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