Hi everyone, This is an appeal to both therapists and tms sufferers for advice and information. I have central sensitisation which involves nerve inflammation all over my body. At the moment I am trying to slowly increase activity levels but finding that my symptoms increase and I generally get more sensitive to movement over time, not less sensitive to movement, even though I have already been building up for months. I am already walking for 45 mins and generally sleeping well and trying to stay calm, so doing my best with the self-soothing. I am aware that the nerve inflammation is caused by central sensitivity i.e. there has been no actual injury to heal and if I stop being sensitive it will presumably go away, but I am not sure about whether it will be possible to make a full recovery once the nerve inflammation has got to this stage, seemingly entrenched and all over my body. When I get the inflammation it seems to come on after minutes of activity and can take weeks to settle down fully. Weirdly I get very little pain, but I start to get symptoms in my carpal tunnels if I overdo things and do not wish to end up with nerve entrapments there. Does anyone else have this or know anything about this? I would be really grateful if anyone who has managed to get better from this could share their experiences . Or if any therapists out there know anything about my chances of getting better. I am not sure how much of this is true 100%tms or whether I have a physical process going on in my body that once started, is hard to calm down. Many thanks.