I hope that the following list, from my own long journey, may help someone.
What didn't help:
Wishing it would go away and other avoidant behaviours
Pushing myself too hard and not pushing myself enough - its a double edged sword
Unkind people - you learn who your true friends are
Insensitive Arrogant Doctors - who's self interest overshadows professional ethics esp. private ones.
Local/ Government, Public Sector, ATOS - this toxic mix made me ill, the opposite of what they claim to want.
Unpleasant places, situations - Their effects were magnified and led to flare ups.
Caring professionals esp. doctors and physio.
Acupuncture - more so because of the physio who did it.
Exercise - gym and walking in fresh air, swimming is good but getting cold isn't, Qi Gong
Epsom Salt Baths - The magnesium does wonders for the aches and is very soothing
MBSR Mindfulness course - this was on the NHS, very helpful and led by a very good instructor
Fresh Food and Diet - A simple and healthy diet, lots of fruit/ veg/ pulses and no processed or chemically laden foods.
Kefir - amazing probiotics, natural and inexpensive
Sunshine - Elixir of life, absolutely essential.
Vitamins - D, C, Zinc, Cod Liver Oil
Interests - Music, Art, Nature - things that nourish the soul and senses
Friends/ Family - sharing/ caring and laughter, love is always healing.
Alexander Technique - eliminated most of my Fibro symptoms, I learned from a truly amazing teacher .
So this is my list, I'm sure I've forgotten things. I'd love to hear other people's views on this list and what you've found un/helpful.