Stretching helps boost blood circulation, which eases stiffness and tenderness of your muscles, two of the most common symptoms of fibromyalgia. Moreover, stretching can also help to boost your coordination and stability. Here are some stretching exercises for fibromyalgia to help manage and improve pain.
Simply stand on your feet, shoulder width apart and inhale. Bend slowly to the right and stretch your left arm overhead while resting your right hand on your right thigh. Hold for one second and return slowly to upright position. Repeat the same exercise in opposite direction.
Stand with your shoulders relaxed, while both arms are on your sides. Straighten your body and slowly roll your shoulders up going towards your ears then backward. Relax your neck and then gently roll your shoulders forward in order to return to the starting position. Do ten repetitions of this exercise.