Long Epsom salt baths. I use alot of Epsom salt. Make sure you rinse you skin off after a bath because I find that it leaves my feeling itchy like after you have been to the beach. Also soak for at least 45 minutes. I have been told that the first 20 minutes your body dumps the toxins then the next 20 minutes your body absorbs the magnesium from the salts and releases your muscle pains. Typically I soak for about 2 hours. Hope it works as well for you as it does for me.
I’m 25 and was diagnosed 3 and a half years ago, and i’ve tried just about every home remedy out there. One thing that did help me was a TENS unit (you can order one online from amazon, walmart, etc.) I also use a heating pad, a hot compress (reusable gel hot/cold pack), or ThermaCare Heat Wraps (like wand warmers that you shake to activate, these activate when you open them, and they stick on your body and last all day. they are wonderful if you’re on the go and can’t use a heating pad, and you can put them under your clothes and no one will ever know) Also, i guess that’s what you’re doing with this app, but i suggest tracking your pain, where on your body it is, and if there seem to be any triggers when the pain starts. I don’t have any, but some people have certain triggers that give them a flare up, and by figuring out what they are, you can sometimes prevent them or at the very least, minimize the symptoms. Also, you can research online the best home remedies to try, and just try them all and see what works for you.