Sleep Symptoms And Exhaustion...
When you have ME/ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia, it is not uncommon to have trouble sleeping, no matter how tired and exhausted you feel.
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Sleep Symptoms & Exhaustion
You may have hypersomnia as a symptom of your ME/CFS and sleep for most of the day and night. By comparison, you may experience insomnia as a symptom of your ME/CFS, hardly managing to sleep at all. Or you may yo-yo between the two symptoms...
The point is - no matter how long you sleep - whether it be for 4 hours or 20 hours, you never really feel refreshed from your sleep.
"Sleep Abnormality Leads To Feeling Of Exhaustion & Extreme Tiredness"
Many people ask:
The answer is this:
Most ME/ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia sufferers have a sleep abnormality which prevents them from getting enough good quality sleep. And if this is the case, it doesn't really matter how much sleep you get...
... you still won't really feel refreshed and recovered enough when you wake up. This symptom of feeling 'unrefreshed after sleep' helps to explain why many sufferers feel very exhausted and overhelmingly tired. For some reason, you just don't get that good quality sleep that healthy people manage to get.
Learning More About Sleep Symptoms & Your Exhaustion...
There are many important things about your sleep that you should know about when you suffer from ME/ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia.
Knowing why you need to sleep so much (or have trouble sleeping at all if you have the insomnia symptom), why you feel unrefreshed and exhausted, and why your sleeping-hours can become inconsistent and even reversed - this knowledge helps you to understand what is happening to you.
Let's begin by learning about the treatments and therapies that might help you to sleep better.
Category: Sleep Symptoms & Exhaustion, Unrefreshed Sleep, Sleep Abnormality