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Kathy Zador
Lives with fibromyalgia

Learning to cope

How you adapt to your fibromyalgia makes a dramatic difference in your physical and emotional well-being. 

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Sandra Grant
Clinical Dietitian / Nutritionist, B. Sc., P. Dt.

Easy does it

Small changes to your diet over time ultimately lead to greater nutrition success. 

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Sandra Grant
Clinical Dietitian / Nutritionist, B. Sc., P. Dt.

The winning combination

Eating the right foods at the right time gives you the energy you need to take on your day.  

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Family advice

Family« Open communication is important in every family, even more so when one family member is living with pain because, in essence, everyone is living with the pain. »


LIFESTYLEThere are so many steps that people with fibromyalgia can take to manage their symptoms, from getting the refreshing sleep to slowly starting to enjoy a physical activity on a regular basis.

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WORKFor most people, work is a vital part of life. It offers us social outlets and helps us to feel like productive members of society. That is why it is important to find ways to create a good work-life balance, while managing pain.

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FAMILYFamily is so important. So special attention should to be paid to finding solutions and ways to work together to make living with fibromyalgia easier for everyone.

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Complementary therapies

Complementary therapies reference table

There are a number of alternative therapies today that may offer relief from pain and other symptoms associated with fibromyalgia. We have created this quick-reference chart so you can see which are backed by research and science – and which have no proven results recognized by the professional healthcare community.

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