Kathryn Doyle writing in Reuters reported that, according to research published in Arthritis Care and Research, exercising more often may help to reduce certain
symptoms of fibromyalgia. The study included 170 fibromyalgia patients who were participating in a larger NIH-funded study.
Comment: Effective fibromyalgia treatment consists of non-impact aerobic exercise, cognitive behavioral therapy, and medication. It’s a three-legged stool. Without all three legs, the stool won’t support itself.
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