At-home Myofascial Release
There are lots of methods and tools to conduct myofascial release for fibromyalgia within the comforts of your own home. Trainers and weight lifters would do it themselves most of the time. Unfortunately, myofascial release can be extremely painful and can really hurt, especially for the first time. The process will require deep manipulation of the fascia as well as muscle tissues. However, as soon as you get the knots all worked out and continue to do so regularly, there will be an improvement in the symptoms.
Rolling It Out
One of the methods used for the therapy will require the need of a foam roller. For this method, you will need to lay the affected area of your body on the roller. When in position, use your body weight to do a rolling motion in order to work out the deep tissues.