If you are new to Fibrodaze this page will help you quickly find our most informative and helpful content about living with fibromyalgia, along with tips to manage and cope with your symptoms.
Hello & Welcome to Fibrodaze
I’m Sue. After living with fibromyalgia for over a decade the most important thing I have learned is that self-care is critical in the management of fibromyalgia. (read my story)
Living with fibromyalgia can feel overwhelming at times, but there are many things you can do to regain control and improve your well-being.
The first step is to educate yourself about fibromyalgia. Next, you will need to access how FMS personally affects you and your body. Then, you’ll be able to create a customized self-care plan that will work specifically for you.
It will take hard work, determination, and patience. But, in the end, you will be stronger than you ever imagined. Okay, ready to get started?
Learn About Fibromyalgia
If you think you may have fibromyalgia, are newly diagnosed or just learning about fibromyalgia for the first time, you may want to start by reading:
4 Key Features of Fibromyalgia
Although chronic widespread pain is the hallmark of Fibromyalgia, core symptoms of FMS also include sleep disturbance, fatigue, mood disorders, headaches, and digestive problems.
All these symptoms are the result of a complex chain reaction set off by a hyperactive nervous system. In order to stop this chain reaction, it’s important to understand these 4 features of fibromyalgia:
- Overactive Fight or Flight Response
- Non-Restorative Sleep
- Mitochondrial Dysfunction
- Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth
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