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Old 11-10-2017, 07:07 AM #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: How stupid would this be...

You can also try Tai-chi , or Qigong exercises.

Some movement can look quite odd and abit funny, but it doesn't trigger any flare up.

It help not just physical heath but also mental heath, restore balance and brain function in the most gentle way possible . You can even do it while sitting which help me quite alot when my legs are incapable of moving.

There are videos of Qigong for fibromyalgia online also as well as Tai-chi.

I've seen some of my friends who did hot yoga. I don't believe it wise to try it with fibro on the line. But if you think it might help you please be very careful and drinks lots of water before hands. Then be sure to cool your self off well later. Cause even the normal person doing it, it's still not very easy thing to push through. My 'normal' friend passed out once before during the class.

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