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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Suestrem. Yes, but do try to work up to a goal of 10,000 steps per day to make it substantial. You can also supplement it with strength training or mix up the intensity with some stairs or hill-climbing for an extra boost.

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, lafinestmaids. The best exercises for fibromyalgia are those in water, such as "water aerobics." Do you have regular access to a swimming pool? After that, yoga is considered to be very helpful. Walking can also help control pain and fatigue. Start by walking as little as five minutes a day and add 30 seconds or a minute each day if you can. Work up to 30 minutes to an hour of walking, three to four times a week. If you start to struggle, walk for a comfortable length of time for several days before increasing again. If you want a more intense workout for fat-burning, try alternating walking with slow jogging.

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  •  lafinestmaids

    I suffer for years muscule and join pain. My doctor in mexico told me is my tyroid. Here in USA told me is fibromyalgia. I am taking meds for tyroid i don't feel exausted like before but i still gaving joins pain. What kind of exercises can i do? I am 50 years old

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