Fibromyalgia Remission: How Can You Get There?

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Fibromyalgia Remission

Fatigue, cognitive problems, pain all over the body is the most widespread symptoms of fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia symptoms are very unique and diverse and they can impact every aspect of your life. Some people finally get their diagnosis of fibromyalgia after years. For a moment they feel relieved that at least they got to know about what condition they are suffering from. But then they wonder about the next thing that for how much time they have to bear with this disease. What things they can do to get rid of this condition as soon as possible.

Fibromyalgia is like a roller coaster ride. It is a waxing and waning condition. It can show both long term improvements and short term improvements. Remission is a term referred to long term improvements. But for some people some symptoms stay even after remission is achieved.

People when finally get diagnosed with fibromyalgia they have been suffering from progressing symptoms. These symptoms progress for years. At that time remission may feel impossible. Some studies have been done now to overall see the remission of fibromyalgia. These studies show that people who achieve remission or who were likely to achieve remission often suffer from minor symptoms as compare to those who do not. As everyone suffering from fibromyalgia is different, so that why the time taken by them to achieve relief will differ from person to person. Very little information is available about the time fibromyalgia will take to go into remission.

Tips To achieve remission with fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is journey of long road full of hardships and obstacles. But still some tips are there to help you to make your life better while living with fibromyalgia. They can reduce your overall risk and can improve your well being. Let me tell you some ways that can help you manage your fibromyalgia in a better way. These tips are combination of treatment modalities and lifestyle modifications.

Changes in your lifestyle

First of all you need to focus on your overall lifestyle changes. Making changes in your lifestyle can help in improving your health. Do not make yourself tired and overstressed. Set priorities in your life. Make a list of activities you need to do first. You may not find yourself doing everything like before. Make a list of your short term and long term goals. That will be extremely helpful for you. Eating healthy diet may prove a real challenge when you suffer from fibromyalgia. Think about foods that require minimum effort to prepare. Your mood and degree of pain you experience is directly linked with the type of food you have. The impact of food differs from person to person that’s why you need to try a bit of food that suits you and that have healthy impact on your health.

Healthy sleep

Sleep apnea is the most encountered cause of fibromyalgia but people are unaware of it. Your sleeping habits can affect your fibromyalgia remission in more than one way. Talk to your doctor if you are told that you snore while sleeping. CPAP treatment can be extremely helpful and it can improve your symptoms as well.


Supplements can bring you closer to the remission. Supplements are chosen according to the need, to manage some symptoms specifically. For example some supplements are used to boost up your energy or to fight with mood and sleep disorders. But before having any kind of supplements talk to your doctor first as these supplements can interact with your medications.


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Fibromyalgia Remission: How Can You Get There? Tips For Putting Fibromyalgia in Remission By Adrienne Dellwo via Very Well

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