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Fibromyalgia Chest Pain

Fibromyalgia Chest Pain

Costochondritis - Fibromyalgia chest pain This is a painful chest pain often associated with fibromyalgia.  It is an inflammation of the cartilage that joins the ribs to the chest bone, this inflammation is the cause of the sharp chest pains inside the...

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Shoulder Joint

The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body and because there are many other bones and muscles around the shoulder, it is more susceptible to spreading and affecting the surrounding areas. Poor posture can also occur to avoid the pain; this commonly leads...

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Pain in the Neck

In a flare, the neck can become inflamed with pains radiating from the neck down the spine and across the shoulders. It feels very heavy and burning. It is difficult to rest our necks to get some relief as the neck muscles are used to do a wide variety of tasks every...

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Stress

Most of us live stressful or dramatic lives whether it be home life, job or our health. Many of us when we were younger took on the challenge of stress and used it as a performance booster, working long hours, playing lots of sport, partying hard and all that....

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Headache

Fibro Symptoms are most debilitating when they affect the brain, head or face. This is due to the proximity within all our senses and the effects on them. The symptoms are quite diverse, creating emotional effects, sleep disturbances, hypersensitivity to lights, noise...

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Julie on Positivity

Julie on Positivity

When we first get diagnosed it is a huge relief because we are no longer crazy hypochondriacs to our Family and friends. Our expectations then, are that our GP is going to give us a miracle pain killer and laden us with heaps of information about the condition, we...

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Tai Chi for Arthritis

Did you know? We now have open classes in Tai Chi for Arthritis (Sun Style) and Tai Chi for Beginners (Yang Style). You can read more about Tai Chi here or you can view our class time table here.

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