Other ways that may help manage this health problem are:
- Exercise can help improve a person's health and mood. Tai chi and yoga are good choices.
- Counseling can help people with quality of life and manage things like pain and problems sleeping. One example is cognitive-behavioral therapy.
- Some alternative and complementary therapies may help, such as massage, acupuncture, and trigger point therapy.
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Last reviewed March 2020 by EBSCO Medical Review Board James P. Cornell, MD Last Updated: 3/5/2021