Exercise is one of the most beneficial things for people with functional nerve pain syndromes like fibromyalgia.
It is also very beneficial for people with nerve injury / neuropathy.
It however needs to be paced within individual … Read the rest
Exercise has many benenfits. Not only can it make you stronger physically, but it can also turn down volume on pain and help your body and mind cope better and recover from stressors quicker. If able, it is best … Read the rest
Range of Motion (ROM) movements can help reduce pain, relax muscles and improve joint functioning. Do slow steady movements, and only take to a comfortable stretch (don’t push through pain), repeat 3-5 times. Some can even be done in a chair … Read the rest
A short You Tube Exercise Video from Eric from Fibromyalgia Fitness
This routine includes a simple exercise stretch for your fibromyalgia trigger points and a low impact exercise to keep your blood flowing to those tight trigger points and muscles. … Read the rest