Fibromyalgia – Cold hands and feet

Fibromyalgia – Cold hands and feet

A common symptom of fibromyalgia is cold, painful hands and feet which might not just be due to the cold weather.  For some fibromyalgia sufferers these symptoms are ongoing no matter the weather and may have an underlying cause: Thermal Allodynia causes...
Fibromyalgia and Vitamin B12

Fibromyalgia and Vitamin B12

Are you getting enough Vitamin B12? Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, is an essential dietary micronutrient and is commonly deficient in those that suffer with Fibromyalgia.  According to NHS information, the absorption of vitamin B12 may be affected by certain...
Pain, Posture and Fibromyalgia

Pain, Posture and Fibromyalgia

Your posture, meaning how you hold yourself when either sitting, standing or lying down, is a good indication as to where you hold stress as “muscular tension in your body”.  Tension has to go somewhere and we have to inquire within ourselves – “why is that...
Fibromyalgia and Isolation

Fibromyalgia and Isolation

Many fibromyalgia sufferers who contact me or have visited the clinic in the past, often talk about how being diagnosed with fibromyalgia caused them to feel isolated. I totally get this having experienced this for myself and particularly once I’d realized there...
A Fibromyalgia Flare Up

A Fibromyalgia Flare Up

Living with fibromyalgia can be a very isolating experience. It’s a complex condition characterised by wide spread chronic pain, fibromyalgia brain fog, fatigue, heightened sensitivities and a host of other symptoms that fluctuate on a daily basis, not to...