Jacqui held another awareness day on 18th October 2017, this time in the entrance to Asda in Sutton. There to meet people between 11.30am to 3pm and it was interesting how many times she spoke to someone who had a friend or family member with fibromyalgia. The issues affecting people with fibromyalgia are becoming a little better recognised but there is still a long way to go.
It was heartening that we had so many positive conversations, distributed all our leaflets and got a few more people signed up for information about fibromyalgia and our local club, said Jacqui.
Jackie will be running an information table at Sutton Central Library on 5 October between 2pm and 5pm.
She will have lots of information about Fibro Myalgia and will be hoping to talk to many people about the condition and how to life with it.
If you are about on Wednesday, why not pop in and just say hello.
Thanks ASDA for supporting us – we had a really successful day providing information to people on fibromyalgia and issues affecting those who have the condition. As always we met people who were unaware of the condition.
Free information and literature will be available about Essential Tremor and Fibromyalgia between 10am and 3pm at Sutton Central Library, Europa Gallery, Sutton, SM1 1EA, on 11 February 2016.
Pop along any time and have a chat to Jackie (Essential Tremor) and Jacqui (Fibromyalgia). They will be very happy to answer any questions you may wish to ask about either condition.
Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition of widespread pain and profound fatigue.
Essential Tremor is considered to be the most common neurological movement disorder, estimated to be up to 8 times more common than Parkinson’s.