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Self-Help Strategies and Lifestyle Changes

When the symptoms of fibromyalgia seem overwhelming or worse than usual, there are self-help measures to ease your discomfort and make you feel better about yourself. In addition, you will find that making certain lifestyle changes will assist you in managing your fibromyalgia and give you a greater sense of control. Below are just a few examples of self-help strategies you may want to incorporate into your daily care.

Soothing Sore Muscles

Pacing Activities

Sleep Schedule

What to Avoid

Comfort Aids

Positive Outlook


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