Ever wondered where to start? In this post I share 10 articles to help you on your journey – whether you’re a beginner or further along in your journey. There is something to help you here. And you deserve some measure of relief today, so pick something to research and try.
Where to Start Fibromyalgia Information (top 10)
What do you need to know about managing fibromyalgia (chronic pain, chronic fatigue, insomnia and all the rest)? I have been doing this for a while, there are over 300 posts here, so it's hard to keep it organised well for you.
It is really hard to choose just 10 because every single post I create for you is packed with research, information, practical tips and my experience because I want you to find some measure of relief today. But I did it, there are 10 in this post for you to start with.
My book Melissa vs Fibromyalgia: My Journey Fighting Chronic Pain, Fatigue and Insomnia is a concise way to get the information. As is Pregnancy and Fibromyalgia. They both come with a worksheet set to help you take my learning and make your plans.
But if you want a list of posts that you should start with...here they are...
In this guide we go through a practical list of things to do, research and try for managing fibromyalgia. It includes free instantly downloadable checklist.
This is your complete introduction to fibromyalgia. Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options. It got so big that I had to make it a free eBook that you can grab today.
I have experienced FOUR pregnancies with fibromyalgia and have been checking out the literature published for the past eight years and there is not much. But what I do find, I share with you. This post includes a free pain plan download.
I share five guidelines for starting to exercise with chronic pain and chronic fatigue. Without causing a flare.
Here are the top nine inexpensive items that can help with chronic pain. The peanut ball (the little double ball thing pictured) is so cheap and so helpful! Read about them all.
Low dose naltrexone has been a game changer for me. In this post I share all about my four year experiment that has changed my life.
In this ultimate guide we look at what myofascial pain syndrome is and what it has to do with fibromyalgia (hint: a lot). We go into diagnosis, triggers and treatment options.
How can we make work easier when we have chronic pain and fatigue? I share 19 ways to help.
This is one of my favourite tools for us. In this post we look at benefits, how to practice and what it has to do with the root cause of fibromyalgia.
Pacing is likely something you have heard of. It is crucial to managing chronic fatigue and pain as well as possible. This is one of the top parts of my whole of life management strategy.
One thought on “Top 10 Posts You Need Fibromyalgia Information”
A brilliant way to collate such useful information. I can’t help but wonder what it would have been like for me a few years ago – let alone all those diagnosed many years or decades ago – to have bloggers and posts like these with information and support at their fingertips. xx