“Inadequate sleep quantity and quality are well known to cause a variety of different biochemical and physiological changes, and are a key part of the vicious cycle of CFS. It is imperative to do everything possible to optimize sleep quantity and quality.
Everyone with CFS has disordered sleep, many not realizing it. Individuals who appear to get sufficient duration of sleep are still likely to have disordered sleep quality. It is ironic that people who are so exhausted have difficulty falling asleep. Insomnia is a condition in which a person has difficulty falling asleep and/or difficulty maintaining sleep.”
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