Exercise is a crucial component for managing fibromyalgia. There are many benefits to exercise. With exercise you can improve flexibility, endurance, strength, and the ratio of fat to muscle in your body.
A comprehensive look at the possible causes of fibromyalgia and prevention. Different medications and their effectiveness are also discussed, along with Self-care practises and alternative medicine techniques that have been shown to provide some relief.
For people living with generalized musculoskeletal aches and pains activities usually taken for granted -- lifting a gallon of milk, peeling potatoes, or washing dishes -- may cause diffuse pain. What if you suffer such aches, and your physician is having difficulty coming up with an explanation? Could you have fibromyalgia?
This debilitating condition is only recently being accepted by the medical establishemnt as a real condition or syndrome. Regardless, Self-care is crucual in the treatment of this condition and patients need to understand as much as they can the triggers for their pain, and different methods of relieving it.
Robert Bennett, MD -- There is currently no cure for fibromyalgia and fibromyalgia patients may be symptomatic for many years with a reduced quality of life and varying levels of dysfunction. However engagement in a productive lifestyle and minimization of dysfunction can usually be achieved by paying attention to 4 major areas : pain, exercise, sleep and psyche.