For those who are fibromyalgic, it is well known that there are days when it is not easy to keep the minimum of comfort possible and to keep going. For those who do not have but know someone with Fibromylagia this post can also be interesting! I will show you my allies to control this life companion, I hope, in some way, I will be able to help you! ♡
As you know sometimes I deal with moments when the beautiful muscles are contracted or I have simply “stuck” joints. These are the exercises that I do and that help me (try) to return to normal 🙂
I decided to write this for two reasons: first to vent and second as a way to show you that nothing is perfect, nothing is constant. Tell me what you would do in the comments, I am always ready to learn new things, especially about fibromyalgia 🙂
Fibromyalgia is an invisible chronic disease characterized by generalized, diffuse, often migratory musculoskeletal pain and by an increased sensitivity to a variety of stimuli that can cause pain and discomfort such as stress, stress or noise. It affects about 2-4% of adults, being more frequent in women.