TOP FIVE TIPS FOR HELP WITH EVERY DAY JOBS WHEN IN PAIN WITH FIBROMYALGIA…

Fibromylagia

If you suffer from pain in your hands and fingers and struggle to hold your pen then try sliding an old foam roller (with the centre taken out) onto your pen.

You can also use this same method for a cutting knife in your kitchen.

If you are struggling to stand in your kitchen to do simple cooking tats then invest in an office chair with wheels to slide across the floor.

Instead of standing struggling to wash the dishes up fill your sink up with very hot water and drop a dishwasher tablet in then add the dirty dishes. Go back a little later and all you will need to do is rinse your dishes under the water and they will be beautifully clean.

If you are struggling to get in and out of the bath, then try putting a towel on the edge of the bath to make it easy to swivel in and out.

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9 thoughts on “TOP FIVE TIPS FOR HELP WITH EVERY DAY JOBS WHEN IN PAIN WITH FIBROMYALGIA…

    • Every little helps, I’ve been baking today and did it on the table with everything around me which makes it much easier. Calling on Dad in a couple of days and he requested my fruit cake when he phoned today but C also wanted one so I made double the mixture which was a LOT of cake 🙂

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  1. Hi mama,
    Really sorry to hear you suffer from CFS which is a really debilitating disease. I do hope this helps, just helping one person do one more thing without problems will make my day. Thanks for passing through 🙂

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  2. have you discovered the perching stools? – I swore by mine for many years – it meant I was at the right height for work surfaces/ironing etc but didn’t have to stand. I also had a bath board for a while – made getting in and out the shower much easier…

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