|Boreas by John William Waterhouse, 1902|
The wind shows us how close to the edge we are. ~Joan Didion
From the lovely people at Fibromyalgia Network
What Makes Fibromyalgia Worse?
Fibromyalgia patients are often sensitive to odors, loud noises, bright lights, some foods, and prescription medications.1 You may also experience:2,3,4
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|Read more about these annoying symptoms, what researchers are learning about them, and treatment suggestions.|
Aggravating FactorsWeather (especially cold climates and changes in barometric pressure), cold or drafty environments, hormonal fluctuations (premenstrual and menopausal states), poor quality sleep, stress, depression, anxiety, and over-exertion can all contribute to fibromyalgia symptom flare-ups.5,6
Read more here: What Makes Fybromyalgia Worse?