Fibro fog

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Fibro fog

Postby traceywatson » Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:08 am

Hello every one. I haven't been on for ages as just been plodding on, but the neck is the very tight at the moment as is my scalp. Had pins and needles in my scalp and also the fibro fog seems worse. What i wanted to ask was does anyones fog get worse when their neck and scalp gets worse.
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Re: Fibro fog

Postby FluppyPuffy » Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:44 am

I can't say that the fog becomes thicker due to problems with my neck and scalp, but it does become more and more pea soup~like when I'm particularly upset or stressed, when I'm more fatigued than usual, and/or when my headache gets worse/turns into a full~blown migraine.
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Re: Fibro fog

Postby Monty99 » Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:55 am

My fibrofog is definitely worse if I am tired and/or stressed. Have you got something going on in your life that perhaps you don't feel is stressing you out, but if you looked a little closer it maybe?
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Re: Fibro fog

Postby Garyl » Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:57 am

My Fibro fog is worse when stressed
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Re: Fibro fog

Postby LibbyWick » Wed Jan 15, 2014 3:29 pm

Hi, yes, neck & scalp get tight and prickly and the fog descends thicker than ever. The slightest stress can trigger it. Just knowing I need to go shopping, or the cat being sick, even realising I've slept most of the day and wasted yet another day ..... I try to relax. Have a chamomile tea. Try to find a comfy position and listen to a relaxation cd if you can.
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