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Too hot from trigger points
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Invirginia - September 18

Does anyone else get terribly hot if you exert yourself at all? I guess it is the poor circulation from the trigger points, but I am full of them, and using needles and electric current through them to disolve them. At 8 of them a session, I not sure if I'll live long enough to get rid of them all. I have fans all over the house but swimming is the only think I can stand to do in the way of exercise. My doctor says a need weight bearing exercise but I can't stand the heat and ususally end up in tears. Any one have the same problem and a solution?

 

R.S.Hagen - September 18

I don't think I agree with your Dr about weight bearing exercise. after my accident, which reagrivatied my fibro, I was sent to a Kiniesiologist, for hydrotherapy, she stressed that weight bearing exercise is not good for fibro patients, until they are past the flare-up stage, my dr recommended that I continue with the program, it was very good for me, but was not able to continue for other reasons, and wish that I could. There are trainers for water exercise that can teach you resistance stuff in the water, that is good for your whole body. Take your Drs advice with a grain of salt and always research it, they are human and don't have the time that we do to look into specifics. I personally have a good Dr that way and he listens to what I have to say and we work with both of our heads. Jacuzzi jets are similar to massage on trigger points only done in warm water.

 

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