Oh, yes! I also plan on a full day to recover after arrival. If travelling by car, I try to make frequent stops to get out and stretch. I also have an inexpensive massaging (actually just vibrating) seat pad that plugs into the car lighter. If I start to tighten up, I turn it on for a little while. It masssages from the thighs up to the neck, and I think it just keep everything circulating a little better. If travelling by plane, I just hope for the best and pray for no delays! I know I'm probably going to be miserable the next day, so I expect to take it easy for a day.
Try not to let the fibro stop you. It is not easy, but if you plan for rest times, bring along some hot wraps, stretch when possible, etc., you might not have to miss out on that next trip. Good luck to you!
Fibromyalgia and Exercise Team
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