Fibromyalgia – Stitched up with Worry

Fibromyalgia – Stitched up with Worry

Fibromyalgia in itself is a condition that creates its own set of worries, like – what’s happening in my body now? Or, if I do this or that, will it hurt? Or, where’s my brain today? You’ll know what I mean if you have fibromyalgia. It’s difficult not to worry when...
Fibromyalgia and Quitting Sugar

Fibromyalgia and Quitting Sugar

Food cravings, especially sugary or fat laden treats, are all too common when you have fibromyalgia.  It’s not that they’re a direct symptom, but cravings are more of a consequence of fibromyalgia and there’s several reasons for this which involve both a...
Fibromyalgia – Beyond the Misery

Fibromyalgia – Beyond the Misery

When you live with fibromyalgia and having to juggle your life around it, it’s understandable that you will have times when it can make you feel pretty miserable. This type of misery, albeit something we’d rather not have, is intermittent and something...
Fibromyalgia and Living Through a Pandemic

Fibromyalgia and Living Through a Pandemic

You can almost smell it, you can certainly sense it – this toxic manifestation of stress,  forming a big black cloud of fear over us – the pandemic. For almost a year Covid-19 has been in everyone’s thoughts, with worries over our own health and that of others, an...
Fibromyalgia and the Benefits of Breathing Exercises

Fibromyalgia and the Benefits of Breathing Exercises

Most of the time we don’t think about breathing, we just take it for granted and it doesn’t even enter into our awareness but  breathing has an immediate impact on your mind and body. It makes sense for you to get familiar with your breath if you have been diagnosed...