Sarah is 30 years old and lives in South London, UK, with her partner and cats. She has had fibromyalgia since 2009 and is passionate about finding and sharing new coping strategies.
By day she works in corporate responsibility and the rest of the time she writes her blog, A Life Less Physical.
Have you considered art therapy for fibromyalgia? Sarah Borien shares how art therapy has helped her, as well as some tips for getting started.
Experiencing fibromyalgia muscle stiffness is a very common symptom for patients. Here are the top five ways I cope with fibro-related muscle tension.
Unfortunately, fibromyalgia and anxiety often go hand in hand for many people. Sarah shares her tips for coping when anxiety strikes.
Sarah looks at fibromyalgia and anger: "It is a natural, human reaction and yet it doesn’t get much attention as a side effect of chronic pain."
"It’s important to have a systematic approach to your fatigue." Sarah shares her top five tips for fighting fibromyalgia fatigue.
What does fibromyalgia feel like? Sarah explains what living with fibromyalgia feels like physically, mentally and emotionally.
"I have never used cannabis for fibromyalgia pain, but on a recent trip to Amsterdam I thought it was time to do some research," Sarah writes.
Being thankful with fibromyalgia is often not at the top of our to-do lists. But it’s important to look around, because there’s a lot to be thankful for.
"Over the years I've noticed a couple of practical things that make being at work easier," Sarah writes on the proper office chair for fibromyalgia.
"I guess you could say when it comes to my health, I’m a little skeptical." Sarah discusses considerations before joining a fibromyalgia clinical trial.