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...
The History of Fibromyalgia

The History of Fibromyalgia

Many believe fibromyalgia to be a modern-day ailment but in fact it’s been around for centuries albeit with names like rheumatism, neurasthenia, neuralgia, myelasthenia and fibrositis syndrome and are all recorded in medical journals dating back as far as the...
Fibromyalgia and Masking your Feelings

Fibromyalgia and Masking your Feelings

Heightened sensitivities are a common symptom of fibromyalgia and if trying to manage the pain and fatigue is not enough, we also have to manage our sensitivity to noise, light, taste, smell and touch. Hopefully not all of these will be heightened all of the time but...
Fibromyalgia and the Affects of Worrying

Fibromyalgia and the Affects of Worrying

We all worry from time to time and it’s difficult not to worry when you have to cope with an unpredictable illness like fibromyalgia.  Occasionally a bit of a worry is helpful, especially in the process of recognizing a problem and then finding a solution....