- Dec 10, 2020
Hi, I am new to the forum. My wife is 36 and has fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome. We currently live in south central Michigan. The weather fluctuates so much here it causes her to have a lot of pain and other typical flare up symptoms. In the summer she gets physically drained just doing nothing. The cold of the winter causes her pain in her muscles. She used to get a massage monthly, before Covid, now she has to endure my massages, and she gets trigger point injections in her neck, shoulder and back. She just graduated college and is starting a new career so we are looking to move to another state that might have better weather for her. We are hoping to get some insight from others on here as to states that have helped relieve some of their symptoms. We know that her symptoms will not go totally go away due to the weather, but we would like to find a place that gives her some relief from the Michigan weather. Ideal temperature would be mild, not too hot and not too cold. We have been thinking about western North Carolina, eastern Tennessee, south eastern Kentucky and western Virginia. She would like to be close to the mountains, which brings up another question, has anybody that has moved from different elevations notice an increase or decrease in symptoms?