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    Slideshow: Fibro-friendly Exercises
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    Fibromyalgia is commonly diagnosed with Lupus, and its muscle pain, relentless fatigue, disturbed sleep, and feelings of depression -- is enough to make you want to stay in bed. And if you have fibromyalgia, you want to feel better, today and everyday.

    WebMD has a slideshow with Fibro-friendly exercises and simple stretches to help ease your pain. By making simple exercise modifications, you can boost your energy, decrease pain and stiffness, and start to be more active again.

    Have you used exercise to help with your fibro pain? Share what has worked and what hasn't with us here.


    Want more exercise tips? Get your pain under control and your body in shape with expert advice and member support on our Fitness & Exercise Community .
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