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Patient Booklet


How To Be A Fibromyalgia Survivor

Educate Yourself / Learn about the condition / Accept that you have fibromyalgia and it is not life threatening, not deforming, not paralysing/ Understand that at this present time there is no cure for fibromyalgia, but you can do a lot to help yourself / Make contact with a Local Support Group.


With the help of medical professionals develop your own home exercise programme. Consider stretching as a form of exercise. Expect some discomfort when beginning exercise, start at a very low level and make sure you build up very, very slowly. Consider varying your exercise programme. Consider undertaking your exercise programme with a friend.

If you are a medical professional and would like some copies of this booklet for your patients please get in touch using the details below and we will be pleased to send some out to you.


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