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Out Of Curiousity, How Would You Explain Your Pain? (your Definition Of It And How It Makes You Feel)

Out Of Curiousity, How Would You Explain Your Pain? (your Definition Of It And How It Makes You Feel)

Just want to dig a little deep into peoples mental

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Mine feels like spasms, muscle cramp or a knot coming on. Also like a pulled muscle, very stiff. On good days I feel like I over exercised. I stay pretty much secluded and try to keep myself busy at home doing house stuff by pacing. I day I might clean a bathroom. The next maybe my kitchen pace myself. Exercise walk do water aerobics. On good days when I am my old self (once in a while it happens) then I do whatever I feel like and if I did to much then I suffer the next day, but it's ok I m gonna enjoy the good days no matter what. Hugs and Prayers

posted over 2 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I feel like I live in a body too old for me

posted over 2 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Very often muscle cramps and spasms are caused by dehydration, and lack of movement. Clean pure Water helps in so many ways. On those days when I might not have my normal water intake, I can feel it throughout my body, as well as urinary issues. Trust me when I say as simple as Water may be, it can really help with our Fibro and overall health

posted over 2 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Very much like @A MyFibroTeam Member and @A MyFibroTeam Member. Spasms chronically that move all around but are always somewhere to differing degrees. Many other symptoms but the spasms are the most difficult to live with.

posted over 2 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

My pain is a result of my brain interpreting that there is something wrong.. If you stub your toe, your brain tells you it has suffered a trauma, THEN you feel the pain. My brain is just over sensitive and tells me things hurt, when they really shouldn't.. that's the fibro thing. The resultant inflammation and other eaffects are all a result of the brain thinking there is something up.. so my pain makes me feel like my brain and body are working a little like hyped up kids.. I just wish they would calm down and go to sleep lol

posted over 2 years ago
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