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Old 03-28-2016, 01:50 PM #11 (permalink)
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City: Houston
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Diagnosed: 05/2005
Interest: I have Fibromyalgia, chronic pain, or chronic fatigue.
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Default Re: Coping with the chronic fatigue/brain fog of fibro

I agree with a lot of what @Gryfalcon mentioned. I've learned through trial and error over the years some things that work for me, as far as helping manage my symptoms, but I'm always interested to learn new things. As @Trellum stated, it's important to remember that even at the worst of times, things will get better. 'This too shall pass' has gotten me through some really rough times. I know for sure that my immune system is involved, and I'm in the throes of a major flare right now from the pollen. I won't give up my pets, but I do use air cleaners, and I limit my exposure to chemicals as much as possible. Keep the faith, and remember it's o.k. to take it easy when you're going through a rough patch. Forums and online and/or in person support groups can be very helpful, especially if you don't have people around you who understand.
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