How to Travel Comfortably with Fibromyalgia?

Patients of fibromyalgia are familiar with the dilemma of a vacation. Though we look forward to visiting family and exploring new places, we are aware of how exhausting and stressful travelling can be. With ample appropriate planning, going on a vacation is possible even with fibromyalgia. Here are 5 tips on how to travel comfortably with fibromyalgia.

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1. Plan your itinerary

Planning your trip is essential. When you have an appropriate itinerary, it make the trip less stressful with less decision making during the trip itself. However, most people tend to push beyond limits and pack as many activities/sights/things as possible in one single travel day. This will not be feasible if you are a patient of fibromyalgia with sudden flares of bod pain and fatigue. What you need is a relaxed, slow-paced and flexible itinerary which is less ambitious and less exhausting. Make sure that you allocate ample time for travelling from place to place such that you can move slowly at your own pace and not having to rush. Be prepared or ready to leave out certain sights or activities when necessary. Plan for days of rest and relaxation.

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