I know I have said it before but it is mind boggling to me how much my sleep affects my Fibromyalgia. For instance, last night I had to work which was already going to make me ache. Then my daughter, who has a disability herself, came over at midnight.
I missed more sleep. So now I'm having trouble with the shakes and pain. Time to start some of my pain reducing strategies. I'm still amazed at how much sleep is a part of this for me though.
Does anyone else have this experience?
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