Time management and pacing for fibromyalgia

It was a coincidence when I decided to find a way to use a time management app to organize my day to help me pace that a blogger friend of mine wrote on a similar topic. So I will share her post for you guys to check out as well. Using time blocking techniques for … Continue reading Time management and pacing for fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia brain fog tips and tricks to try out

Brain fog is a symptom of many chronic illnesses and chronic pain. The cognitive symptoms of Fibro Fog are well know in fibromyalgia. Just seems that when we get ill and our bodies get fatigued or are fighting pain, or both, add in some lack of sleep… you get brain fog. Symptoms include: I listed … Continue reading Fibromyalgia brain fog tips and tricks to try out

Distractions and fibromyalgia fibro fog

Distractions may have a bigger impact on objective cognitive function in people with fibromyalgia, she noted. "One hypothesis that may help explain why cognitive functioning in people with fibromyalgia is compromised is that they are more sensitive to all types of stimuli, including lights, sounds, and temperatures," she explained. "The thinking is that they may … Continue reading Distractions and fibromyalgia fibro fog

The brain fog, cognitive dysfunction, and fibromyalgia

When we are talking about poor cognitive function we have to be precise and to not confuse it with just being absentminded but studies have shown there are real cognitive dysfunctions occurring with fibromyalgia. What is the cause of the cognitive dysfunction seen in the syndrome though? Is the brain aging faster? Is it due … Continue reading The brain fog, cognitive dysfunction, and fibromyalgia