exhaustedExperiencing a “crash” or “flare” from too much activity (or whatever) in ME/CFS and fibromyalgia is a given. Most people react by reducing their activities, canceling plans, removing stimuli and going into rest mode. Most of our attention has been given to avoiding a crash; there’s not much information on how to get out of one.

Some people do have some ideas, though, on how to do that. In this blog we present some of them, and ask that you give us your own. Check it out in

Crash and Flare Busters for ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia

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A Run For His Son: An ME/CFS Parent Steps Out

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Learn how a 67 year old retiree and his wife felt compelled to lace up his running shoes and get into action to support their son – and everyone else with this disease in A Run For His Son…and Everyone

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