I would actually recommend very paced, gentle walking in nature. And when you notice the symptoms getting worse or suddenly a lack of energy, then stop and meditate and rest. So pacing is so important.
You may have been told that somehow if we exercise, we're going to get rid of our chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia. And study after study has shown the more vigorous exercise is the worse that people get. You can't exercise your way out of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia
So instead, very paced stretching or gentle exercise and pacing yourself.
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