Fibromyalgia anger can sometimes happen due to the daily frustrations that the patient feels about herself, which has built up over time. For many patients of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, the feeling of frustration can start the moment they wake up in the morning. The symptoms can get worse as the day goes by. As a result, their energy will become so low and they find themselves wondering how they can get through the day and perform their daily responsibilities.
Even patients who work from home will also have their share of frustrations related to their conditions. Oftentimes, patients find themselves lying down on the couch and staring at the clutter wishing that they can do something about it. And there are days when they do manage to put effort in cleaning up but will still end up frustrated since the result is not up to their standards.
As someone with fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome, you are aware that there are painful consequences if you exert yourself beyond your limit. You end up with several bad days which will remind you that sometimes, it is better to sit still and do nothing. On the other hand, you will have days when you feel frustrated and furious with all the things that you cannot do. So pay close attention to how you react to things and pace yourself properly. This may not entirely remove your frustrations but it can certainly help.