If you suffer from fibromyalgia, you are probably excited on the days when you wake up feeling like you can get things accomplished. Unfortunately, you may have the tendency to overdo it on the good days, leading a flare-up. What can you do on the days when your condition is at its worst? These 3 things may not work for everyone, but they are a few ways to help take your mind off the pain and what you are not able to do for the day.
Those are just three ways to cope with fibromyalgia flare-ups, but there are plenty of others. What we need to discuss now is a way to be proactive about dealing with chronic pain.
Upper cervical chiropractic is a specific niche in the chiropractic field that has been beneficially for many with fibromyalgia. This is because chronic pain conditions are sometimes linked to an atlas (C1) misalignment that can affect cerebral blood flow and brainstem function, leading to symptoms of pain, headaches, dizziness, and more.
To learn more about the benefits of upper cervical chiropractic for fibromyalgia patients, schedule a no-obligation consultation with a chiropractor in your area.
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