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Northern Ireland Recognizes Fibromyalgia

Fibro Daily September 21, 2016

Northern Ireland announces the recognition of Fibromyalgia as a long-term, chronic pain condition: After being inundated with complaints, the Patient and Client Council in Northern Ireland three years ago pressed the case for fibromyalgia to be recognised as a long-term condition. Having interviewed sufferers and lobbied politicians and health professionals, dedicated services are to be

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Morning Get Up and Go Routines

Fibro Daily August 23, 2016

Fibromyalgia patients often experience disrupted sleep patterns and insomnia. Needless to say, the mornings prove rough for many in the Fibro family. When getting out of bed feels impossible, body opening routines help inspire energy, both mentally and physically. Below, I’ve posted three routines to get you going. Mix them up during the week or

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Yoga Inspires…Stress?

Fibro Daily August 20, 2016

There’s no doubt about it: Yoga is stressful. Well, at least to me it is. Yep, I said it. I’m disagreeing with the whole globe. Why does yoga stress me out when apparently, it’s the greatest thing ever? Surely you’ve read the studies about how much good it provides. I even posted one myself. For

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Dealing with Fibromyalgia Prejudice

Fibro Daily August 19, 2016

Fibromyalgia patients experience a range of symptoms, some seriously debilitating. Still, the disease continues to find itself at the center of controversy, and many patients must endure accusations of faking sickness. The controversy causes stress. The controversy can even creep into a fibromyalgia patient’s brain, leading to a patient second-guess everything he or she knows

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NY MAG: Coping with Fibromyalgia Pain

Fibro Daily July 26, 2016

This week, NY MAGAZINE ran an anonymous account of Fibromyalgia, as told to author Stella Bugbeeone. It details one woman’s struggle with Fibromyalgia, emphasizing how lifestyle changes helped her gain control of her chronic pain. I enjoyed reading it and hope some of you might, too. Let me know what you think in the comments!

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