A recent study performed at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology has shown a strong correlation between long term sleep deprivation and fibromyalgia. In the report women, ages 20 to 44, who “often”or “always” had problems with sleeping were at three times greater risk of developing fibromyalgia than their counterparts who didn’t have trouble with sleep. And if a test subjects were 45 or older, the risk went up to five fold.
The other difficult challenge for fibromyalgia sufferers is finding treatments that provide any relief from the daily pain or that can improve their sleep quality without the use of sleeping pills.
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