With fibromyalgia, it’s so tempting to stay curled-up—or in whatever position that works that day—in bed. It’s not a condition that makes you want to work out, that’s for sure.
But working out helps vasty improve the quality of your life. It helps increase energy and regulate sleep, plus fights depression. Furthermore, we all know that more women suffer from fibromyalgia than men do. Well, women often develop soft tummies with age. Fibromyalgia often adds to that softness and loss of core strength. Pilates not only brings with it the benefits of stretching your stiff, tired body and mind, it also really works out the core.
And fibro men can definitely benefit from Pilates, too.
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