Category Archives: exercise and fibromyalgia

Chronic Illness/ Stress/ Anxiety/Depression

“Pleasure is oft a visitant, but pain clings cruelly to us“ , John Keats Living with fibromyalgia, heart disease, asthma, arthritis, COPD to name but a few chronic conditions, is often overwhelming; it is little wonder that anxiety, panic  and often depression accompany … Continue reading

Posted in anxiety and panic, arthritis and fibromyalgia, depression and fibromyalgia, diet and fibromyalgia, emotions, exercise and fibromyalgia, fatigue in fibromyalgia, Fibromyalgia, heart disease and fibromyalgia, hyper-vigilance, itching and fibromyalgia, kabat-zinn, mindfulness meditation, psychiatry, psychology, qui gong, tai-chi, walking meditation | 8 Comments

Fibromyalgia: spasms, restless legs, trapped nerves, exercise and strengthening

“Am I alone in my egotism when I say that never does the pale light of dawn filter through the blinds of 52 Tavistock Square but I open my eyes and exclaim “Good God! Here I am again” not always with … Continue reading

Posted in adrenals and fibromylaiga, charley horses and fibromyalgia, cortisol and fibromyalgia, exercise and fibromyalgia, Fibromyalgia, fibromyalgia and hyperarousal of the nervous system, restless legs and fibromyalgia, setting goals, spasms, strengthening, tai-chi, trapped nerves and fibromyalgia | 8 Comments