I received a lot of positive feedback from an article I wrote title You Think You have Fibromyalgia, What Should You Do? Readers also asked questions all pointing to one clear question: Now that I have fibromyalgia, what should I do? I am going to answer that question in a ten part series called You Have Fibro, Now What? This part of the series is about getting the sleep you need with fibromyalgia.Getting the #sleep you need with #fibromyalgia. #chronicillness #spooniebloggers Click To Tweet
One of the most important parts of taming your body pains with fibromyalgia is getting the sleep you need. Not just more sleep, but more quality sleep.
Quality of sleep is the type of sleep. For example, restful or restless. Quantity of sleep is the amount of sleep. Both work together for restorative sleep leaving you feel well-rested the next day.
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Often times fibromyalgia sufferers get into an endless cycle of no sleep, more pain, more pain, no sleep. It’s an ugly cycle that you do not want. There are ways to break that cycle, and start getting the sleep you need to better manage your pain.
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Keeping a routine also helps with transitioning from wake to sleep.
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Certain foods will help you better sleep. Finding an effective treatment regiment and natural sleep remedies will help you get the sleep you need as well.
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Visit You Have Fibro, Now What to view all the parts of the series!
How do you get better quality sleep? Share in the comments.