Please excuse what might sound like a flippant answer, it's not meant to be. Are you being encouraged to take any steps other than swallow painkillers? Of course, they should help with the important matter of pain control but fibromyalgia isn't caused by a lack of painkillers and so they will never cure it.
Please, please, please try to find the will to exercise gently 3 times a week if you are not already doing so. Something 'fluid' such as swimming, yoga or Tai Chi is best but not so much cycling as it doesn't employ full limb extension and so won't help flexibility. Avoid impactful activities such as running, enjoy a scenic walk instead.
The reason I nag about activity even though few people with fibromyalgia feel like exercise, is because it improves pain, mood and sleep, three big problems in fibromyalgia.
If you still suffer poor sleep, please also consider using our Dormeasan® drops to improve its quality. You may not sleep longer but that's not important, as it's the depth of sleep that is restorative.
Please have a look at all the dietary and lifestyle tips on our fibromyalgia pages if you haven't already done so and I'd like to think that you may be able to slowly reduce your symptoms over time using a broader approach.
Apologies if you are doing all this already, it's just that most people don't.