Why it is important to stretch

It is important to stretch with fibromyalgia. It is said that stretching can help with fibromyalgia pain, because stretching boosts circulation and eases the muscle stiffness and tenderness caused by fibromyalgia. It is important to start off small and stop when it hurts. You can stretch any time of the day it is good to stretch when … Continue reading Why it is important to stretch

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Almond and Parmesan courgette fries

These yummy fries are a great healthy alternative and are super easy to make. Ingredients    1 large courgette 2 eggs 110g  ground almonds 55mg parmesan cheese Salt Pepper Method  Preheat oven to 190 degrees and line baking tray with grease proof/baking paper. Cut courgettes up into sticks. In a bowl whisk up 2 eggs … Continue reading Almond and Parmesan courgette fries

Temperature change and fibromyalgia

People with fibromyalgia can be sensitive to temperature changes. These temperature changes can cause flare ups and discomfort. Are you somebody that in heat feels like they are constantly burning up? , or are you somebody who just cant keep warm in the winter?, or do you suffer from both? Personally I suffer when the … Continue reading Temperature change and fibromyalgia

5 essential oils that can help with fibromyalgia symptoms

There are a lot of essential oils that fibromyalgia sufferers user to help with their symptoms. All this information is from research and my personal use of essential oils. It is important to research how to use and apply these oils safely. Some oils will need to be diluted and may not be suitable for … Continue reading 5 essential oils that can help with fibromyalgia symptoms

Rebecca’s fibromyalgia story

This month I will be sharing Rebecca's fibromyalgia story. Rebecca has a positive attitude and I hope her story can inspire others. Hi there I'm not generally in the habit of sharing my personal journey but as you are trying to spread positivity I thought I would let you know how Fibromyalgia has affected me. … Continue reading Rebecca’s fibromyalgia story