Fibromyalgia is a musculoskeletal pain that can cause tension headaches, memory problems, depression and irritable bowel syndrome. People who suffer from the disease usually experience long-term pain throughout the entire body, specifically in muscles, tissue and joints. Unfortunately, approximately more than 5 million people suffer from fibromyalgia, and there is no cure.
The disease more commonly affects women than men, but a new study suggests that good sleeping habits reduce the risk of women developing fibromyalgia. The research was conducted at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and found that poor sleeping habits can cause the disease to develop.
“Our findings indicate a strong association between sleep disturbance and fibromyalgia risk in adult women,” explained Dr. Mork, a lead investigator in the study. “We found a dose-response relation, where women who often reported sleep problems had a greater risk of fibromyalgia than those who never experienced sleep problems.”
Women who currently have issues with sleep disturbances may want to consider using an all-natural supplement to help them to fall asleep and stay asleep in order to reduce the risk of developing this painful disease. Dr. Newton’s Naturals has multiple supplements that promote a good night’s rest, including Dr. Pinkus’ Sublingual Sleep, and Solibra-SR Stress Reducer. Sleep