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Tips for Dealing with Fibromyalgia Pain and Fatigue
fibromyalgia, joint pain, fatigue
October 28th, 2017 MagniLife

People who suffer from fibromyalgia deal with chronic pain that can occur in specific spots or throughout the entire body. The pain and tenderness are known to wax and wane, so one day, a person might feel fine, and the next, he or she might have debilitating body pain and fatigue.

If you’re living with fibromyalgia, there are ways to get the pain under control. Follow these tips so you can alleviate the joint stiffness and pain and get your life back.

Exercise Regularly

A gym membership might not be high on your list of things to do, but it’s just what the doctor ordered. This is especially true if you suffer from joint stiffness. It will loosen up your joints and can even help with restless leg syndrome.

The type of exercises you do is important. You should stretch beforehand and then engage in walking, cycling, water aerobics, or yoga. Swimming is also a great exercise for people with fibromyalgia. You should top it off with some basic weight training. You don’t need to pump up, but you should try to build lean muscles.

If going to the gym is out of the question, you can exercise from home. Just make sure the exercises are low impact and safe.

Use Over-the-Counter Pain Relievers

Doctors don’t want their patients to get addicted to narcotics, so they are hesitant to prescribe them, even for people who suffer from chronic pain. Fortunately, there are some over-the-counter options that may be able to offer some much needed pain relief, even if it is only temporary.

Besides the traditional aspirins, ibuprofens and acetaminophens, consider something a little more targeted towards muscle and joint pain or whichever symptoms you may be suffering from. MagniLife Pain and Fatigue Relief Tablets and Cream are available as dissolving tablets or a topical cream that focus on muscle pain and tenderness, aching joints, and pain in the shoulders, neck, back, arms, and legs. When the pain is gone, you’ll notice something else. Your body will feel a lot less tired.


Eat a Healthy Diet

Exhaustion and fatigue are common symptoms that come with fibromyalgia. Eating a healthy diet full of nutrients will boost your energy levels. This will help you fight off fatigue. The more energetic you are, the easier it will be for you to cope with the pain.

Get a Massage

When you have fibromyalgia, it’s normal to feel stressed. You are tired of dealing with the pain, and it stresses you out. You can reduce your stress levels and alleviate some of the pain with a massage. Tell the massage therapist about your specific symptoms so he or she can treat your problem areas. If you aren’t in a lot of pain at the time, you can have the therapist give you a massage to alleviate stress. Massage therapists have specific techniques they employ when people have a lot of stress, so your therapist can help you feel lots better.

Use Moist Heat

If you have a flare-up in a specific area, treat it with moist heat. Moist heat boosts blood flow and can reduce the tension in your body. Something as simple as a warm washcloth can go a long way in alleviating your pain.

Don’t Overdo It

If you’re having a good day, it’s normal to want to fit in everything you possibly can. That’s a mistake, though. Overdoing it one day can cause you to feel pain the next, so pace yourself, even when you feel great.

Remember to keep MagniLife Pain and Fatigue Relief Cream or Tablets on hand, and follow the other tips, as well. With the help of these tips, you can manage your fibromyalgia pain. Then you will get back in the driver’s seat. You will be in control of your symptoms and feel more powerful than you’ve felt in years.


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