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Fibromyalgia Trust

Rising Fibromyalgia Awareness

Often in Pain, Foggy or Tired?

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Brain Inflammation Seen for First Time in Fibromyalgia

Researchers have reported for the first time that they have found inflammation in the brains of patients with fibromyalgia. Daniel S. Albrecht, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow with the Department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Harvard...
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The eight subsets of the Fibromyalgia spectrum

Dr. Pellegrino has seen more than 25,000 FM patients in his practice at the Ohio Rehab Center, and has been a fibromyalgia patient himself since childhood.[hr] The eight subsets of the Fibromyalgia spectrum are as follows: 1.  Predisposed state – The person is at risk...
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What is Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is characterised by chronic widespread pain, multiple tender points, abnormal pain processing, sleep disturbances, fatigue and can be accompanied by psychological distress that comes with all chronic illnesses. For those with severe symptoms, fibromyalgia can be extremely debilitating and interfere with basic daily activities.

Rising Awareness

To have a life with Fibro

Our Goal

Adopting of the thinking, behaviours, and practices in order to overcome fibromyalgia debilitating symptoms

Campaign for recognition

Campaign for the widespread recognition of fibromyalgia., meriting better services and support and more research into the causes, faster diagnosis and more effective treatment

Help to understand

Provide information for people with Fibromyalgia, their carers, family and friends, and professionals, so that they can make informed choices

Know Before You Go

Taking to Your GP

According to a recent survey conducted by the  Osteopathic Association, many patients delay diagnosis and treatment because of a fear that they will be perceived as “faking” the disease.

Beyond this stigma, patients can relieve the symptoms of this condition with treatment and lead full lives. The first step is talking to a GP who can develop an individualised approach to managing your symptoms. With the support of a GP, as well as friends and family, you can live an active life with fibromyalgia.

Aerobic and strength training to improve physical fitness and function, reduce fibromyalgia symptoms, and improve quality of life.

  • aerobic training improves peak oxygen uptake and decreases pain intensity and fatigue
  • strength training reduces severity of fibromyalgia symptoms
  • aquatic exercise is associated with improvements in pain, HRQOL, physical function, muscle strength, emotional and mental health, and vitality
  • multidisciplinary programs (pool and land-based exercise and psycho educational sessions) improve tenderness severity  and lower body flexibility, but not physical fitness.

Getting Fit




Fibromyalgia, as a rheumatoid disease where chronic inflammation and oxidative stress are main concerns, may have some benefits from diets rich in antioxidants.


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