I know it's not the easy answer for many people, however, I have just spent two months in Australia visiting family and friends.
Within a few days of being there my Fibromyalgia all but disappeared!!! I was concerned that it would return once I had come back but so far, so good.
I am much more mobile, can get in and out of chairs much easier and have been doing physical tasks much easier than before I went. It takes a lot longger before I become fatigued and aching.
Why? I wish I knew. It was winter there but much warmer than here where I was. So is it the warmth that did it? Or, is it the much more relaxed attitude and the people being much friendlier that made me feel better?
Would it be the much brighter days, clear skies and lack of the 'grey' that we have here? So is it the mental attitude or the better climate?
Maybe an expert can tell us? Whatever it is, I wish I could bottle it to share.
I have asked my Doctor for a prescription for regular trips but he couldn't provide one LOL.
With winter not too far away and the dark, short days I am fearful that may bring it back but am desperate for that not to happen.
My wife says that I am a different person when I am over there.