The Chronic Fatigue Symptoms Associated with Fibromyalgia

The Chronic Fatigue Symptoms Associated with Fibromyalgia
Through the Fog It's bad enough that we have to deal with things like pain, sleeplessness, and costochondritis, but throwing chronic fatigue symptoms into the mix is just not good. The depth of my fatigue defies explanation.  My fatigue keeps me from traveling, shopping, running errands, going out to eat, and more — so much more. Since I can't be very active physically, I work on keeping my mind active. I read a lot, work on my blog, write, and interact with other people struggling with fibromyalgia.  I would love to relax in the living room, put my feet up, and read a good book with a cup of ginger tea. Unfortunately for me, I also have pain in my tailbone, so I can only sit for an hour or so before it becomes intolerably uncomfortable. I spend the majority of my day in bed.  I bought an adjustable stand and a touch pen for my iPad, and downloaded a keyboard that allows me to type by swiping. It's amazing how much tech exists to make life so much easier. I also play games on my iPad, read on my Kindle app, and watch several streaming channels. I keep myself mentally busy!  I recently purchased a
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