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What are some things to avoid to prevent getting fibromyalgia?

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Dr. Laurence Badgley
General Practice
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In brief: Many

20's male queries ways to avoid fibromyalgia.
Falls onto the buttocks or outstretched leg & acute lifting & torsion motions of low back can disrupt stability of low back & pelvis. Ligamentous chronic injuries, incurred falling off unstable platforms like snowboards, cycles, & skates, lead to widespread muscle deconditioning and widely ranging painful trigger points, in other words fibromyalgia.

In brief: Many

20's male queries ways to avoid fibromyalgia.
Falls onto the buttocks or outstretched leg & acute lifting & torsion motions of low back can disrupt stability of low back & pelvis. Ligamentous chronic injuries, incurred falling off unstable platforms like snowboards, cycles, & skates, lead to widespread muscle deconditioning and widely ranging painful trigger points, in other words fibromyalgia.
Dr. Laurence Badgley
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Dr. Laurence Badgley
At Quora.com, under my name, and on my Pain Syndrome board of posts, I offer 100 essays devoted to the cause and treatment of Fibromyalgia.  At Healthtap.com, I have answered dozens of questions about these subjects, and which can probably be accessed. 
Dr. Michio Abe
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Healthy lifestyle

Although there are no proven ways to prevent getting fibromyalgia, your best bet would be regular exercises, stress management, well-balanced healthy diet and good sleep habits.
These healthy lifestyle habits can help control symptoms of fibromyalgia if you already have it.

In brief: Healthy lifestyle

Although there are no proven ways to prevent getting fibromyalgia, your best bet would be regular exercises, stress management, well-balanced healthy diet and good sleep habits.
These healthy lifestyle habits can help control symptoms of fibromyalgia if you already have it.
Dr. Michio Abe
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