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As you already know, rest plays a vital part in the effort to conserve energy when you have fibromyalgia and/or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. But there are several important aspects of resting. Some sort of break should become a part of your regular schedule. At home, you might try a variety of different methods. At least one session of relaxation therapy or mediation would be a good start. Or you might just lean back in your recliner if it seems to take some of the pressure off your lower back, and stay there for 10 to 15 minutes. (Source: “The Relief Handbook for Fibromyalgia and Chronic Muscle Pain: When Muscle Pain Won’t Go Away” by Gayle Backstrom with Dr. Bernard R. Rubin)

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