Best place to live with fibromyalgia

I'm not sure what you are

I'm not sure what you are referring to. Are you referring to the best place to live in terms of medical support? Weather? I'm not sure that there is one answer to this question.

That being said, I am addicted to heat when I am in pain (I love my heating pad) and I find that I feel better in warmer weather- I hurt less. If I could I would live somewhere where there was dry heat year round.

As for medical support, there are great doctors everywhere. The trick is in finding them, but I don't think that one place or another has cornered the market on good health care.

Jennifer Bunn, RN


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Fibromyalgia is a prevalent condition that affects many people in the United States. Approximately 3.7 million Americans have Fibromyalgia. That is 1 in every 73 people.

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