Fibromyalgia Fatigue Directory
A part of many people's lives with fibromyalgia is chronic fatigue. Fibromyalgia pain can keep you awake at night, preventing you from getting the deep sleep your body needs. Fatigue goes hand in hand with pain and sometimes depression that occurs due to fibromyalgia. Taking naps may help with fatigue on some days. Planning your schedule and taking periodic breaks may help relieve some of your fatigue. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about fibromyalgia fatigue, what causes it, how to treat it, and much more.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
If you've just been diagnosed with fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome, you might want to ask your doctor these questions.
How Is Fibromyalgia Diagnosed?
It can be hard to diagnose fibromyalgia because it doesn’t show up on a test or X-ray. Find out how doctors figure out if you have it.
Tips for Living With Fibromyalgia
Having fibro means making adjustments, from work to parenting responsibilities to household chores to having fun. Find out what you can do to make it work.
Fibro Fog and Fatigue
For most people with fibro, pain is only part the story. Find out how to conserve energy and overcome concentration and memory issues to power through your day.
Can Supplements Treat Fibromyalgia?
Learn if vitamin or herbal supplements can ease the pain, fatigue, and sleep problems caused by fibromyalgia.
Fighting Chronic Fibromyalgia Fatigue
A sleep test helps a woman battle fibromyalgia fatigue, and others tell what works for them.
Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue
Learn from WebMD about living with fibromyalgia and managing chronic fatigue.
The Causes of Women's Fatigue
Why are you so tired? We asked leading health experts what makes women so exhausted. Here's what they had to say.
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9 Things You Can Do to Avoid Fibromyalgia Pain and Fatigue
See how to sleep better, reduce stress, and soothe fibromyalgia muscle pain. Get answers about alternative therapies, sleeping pills, and more.
Fibromyalgia Exercises to Do at Home
Fibromyalgia leaves you tired and achy, but regular exercise can help reduce fatigue and pain. WebMD shows you exercises you can do at home.
Making simple exercise modifications can help you boost your energy, decrease pain and stiffness, and start to be more active again -- even with fibromyalgia.
12 Tips for Coping With Fibromyalgia
Fight fibromyalgia fatigue, pain, and stress with these tips. See how to get the rest you need, talk with your family, get energy from exercise, and more.