Fighting Fibromyalgia Fatigue: What You Need to Know
When it comes to fibromyalgia fatigue, it’s important to take frequent breaks from any tasks you’re doing and make sure you don’t overdo it. Without managing your fatigue, you may end up finding yourself in the midst of a search of treatment for brain fog, too.
So have a chair nearby when you’re doing dishes, laundry, mowing the lawn, or cooking dinner. You might even want to schedule breaks according to when you feel fatigued. Then set goals for how much you do in that time.
Consider the tips for coping with your fibromyalgia fatigue in the infographic below.