By Adrianne Dellwo in About Health.
A common symptom of fibromyalgia (FMS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) is cold sensitivity, which can make the winter months a real battle for us. With a little planning, though, you may be able to alleviate the worst of what cold weather means for your illness.
Getting chilled is a problem for a couple of reasons: first, we can have a really hard time warming up; second, it can lead to flares of other symptoms. We don’t have treatments for our temperature-related problems, but we do have some idea why they may happen.
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