Since fibromyalgia is an invisible illness, it can be misunderstood by others. Some of the most common misconceptions are described in this post.
Fibromyalgia and returning to swimming post Covid-lockdown
I’ve already blogged about how swimming can help fibromyalgia and it’s always been the most important part of my pain management toolkit. So the last year has been really hard as UK pools have been closed for a significant chunk of that time. For me, the effects of not being able to swim have been … Continue reading Fibromyalgia and returning to swimming post Covid-lockdown
Anxious April (and some things that help quieten anxiety)
Anxiety is a common symptom of fibromyalgia. My anxiety tends to worsen over the spring and summer months, so this post covers some of the simple ways in which I try and quell anxious thoughts.
How Audiobooks Can Help With Fibromyalgia Sleep Issues
Audiobooks can be a great source of help and comfort with insomnia and other sleep issues associated with fibromyalgia.