People living with chronic pain, like fibromyalgia, often equate activity with increased pain. Researchers writing an article appearing in the January, 2005 issue of Arthritis and Rheumatism (52(1):296-303) actually measured the physical activity of fibromyalgia patients. They found that increased activity does not lead to increased pain. Actually increased activity and exercise improves the well-being of these patients.
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