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Cold Weather & Fibromyalgia

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Cold weather and fibromyalgia DO NOT go together. As if FM isn't bad enough on it's own. Cold weather increases the pain three fold. I have been spending a lot of time in bed, on my heat pad, and therefore don't have very much to show for my exercise. I love the cold, but my body doesn't anymore!

I know this isn't much of a blog, but at least it's something!

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  • GRALAN
    My wife has fibro, as does Bruce (bf highschool 1978). Both now on SSD, took Christine 3+yrs, Bruce 18mos. Sometimes even kin & Drs don't believe or understand. Good job on the blog. ❇
    2063 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1393936
    Bundle up and feel better! Would doing some yoga at home help? Warm up the muscles and loosen the joints? I feel chilled to the bone all day it seems!

    Looks like it's warming up though - yay!
    3402 days ago
  • THEMIGHTYLILLIE
    Do what you have to do to feel as good as you can---- while you can't exercise, focus on your nutrition! Focusing on something closely will strengthen that skill and make you feel less guilty about the exercise part! You are doing excellent!
    3402 days ago
  • no profile photo CD5233545
    i agree.though this year i bought some thermals and haven't been as bad as usual for this time of year.I'm also lucky i have an open coal fire which gives out a lot of heat for my shoulders i bought one of those fleese wraps it looks like a T long at the back and the two shorter sides over shoulder down front it also has 2 pockets damart sell them i would be lost without mine it's when it's wet i have the most problems so i try to get everything done and base most of my day in the living room or dining room where i have coal fires. Hope you feel better soon emoticon emoticon carol
    3402 days ago
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