Does fibromyalgia cause insomnia or does insomnia cause fibromyalgia? I do not have a definitive answer. I do know that insomnia took hold of my life for seven years, letting go of its grip in small bursts, but now limiting itself (thankfully) to occasional very short bouts. My Top 10 Tips for Healing Insomnia are: Limit caffeine, sugar and alcohol […]
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Love the flower. 🙂 Great coping skills.
Removing clutter is a great tip! I know the more clutter I have around me the more anxious and disorganized my brain tends to be.
Any disease can alter the sleeping pattern. I don’t have fibromyalgia nor I know anybody that has it. In my experience one thing that helps in curing insomnia is spending a good deal of time in open air doing things such as walking, cycling, gardening or whatever. Plenty of fresh air that one gets by being outside plus movement help to regulate the hormonal balance and adjust the sleeping pattern.
I am an insomniac, your help with this is great. God Sent.
I am an insomniac, your article might help solve the issue. Thanks friend.🙍
Good to hear!
Thank you friend.
Damning ifinn i hate those nights where i can’t sleep…
i also see the you stopped by for a read,
Thanks for stopping by.
This was a great read. I do most of this stuff but the Epsom salt bath, that sounds interesting. I’ll try it. I preach journaling, but have not been faithful at it. I am hoping my blog will be the ticket to assist with this. Thanks for this!
You are welcome.
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Thanks for the reblog.
I thought I was losing it for a second. I just read this exact post on another blog right before I ended up here. It’s a great post. I see why you would want to reblog it or maybe the other person shared it from you, whatever the case, it’s a good post. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by. There were some great tips. I have insomnia, so I can relate.