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Does insomnia lead to body aches or vice versa?

Does insomnia lead to body aches or vice versa?

Yes it can: We see people with widespread body aches. These are usually people with fibromyalgia. Things that can make it worse include poor exercise and /or poor sleep and/or poor control of stress and psychological issues. When sleep is improved, by correctly idenifying the cause of the poor sleep and sometimes a sleep study can help, the body aches can improve. The muscle pain needs exercise! ...Read more

Dr. Dennis Giannini
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Body Aches (Definition)

Muscle pain is most frequently related to tension, overuse, or muscle injury from exercise or physically-demanding work. In these situations, the pain tends to involve specific muscles and starts during or just after the activity. It is usually obvious which activity is causing the pain. Muscle pain also can be a sign of conditions affecting your whole body, like some infections (including the flu) and disorders that affect connective tissues throughout the ...Read more


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Iv persistent body aches, insomnia & palpitation.?

Iv persistent body aches, insomnia & palpitation.?

Pain , palpiitation : And insomnia , cleary deserve evaluation , work up and treatment by u pcp. ...Read more

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What could cause confusion, anxiety, & body aches all at the same time? Have trouble concentrating, feel really tired, have trouble sleeping.

What could cause confusion, anxiety, & body aches all at the same time? Have trouble concentrating, feel really tired, have trouble sleeping.

Lousy diet: Oxidation (combustion) of food substances provides cellular energy. Too many empty calories, especially all the man made sweet stuff, creates a relative vitamin deficiency like a car with bad spark plugs. Try eating god made food and leave all the sweets alone. ...Read more

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I have been continuously vomiting after eating and am unable to sleep properly due to workload. I have full body ache and extreme stress. What should I do?

I have been continuously vomiting after eating and am unable to sleep properly due to workload. I have full body ache and extreme stress. What should I do?

Severe Anxiety: Your symptoms are consistent with severe anxiety, although other possible etiologies should be r/o by your doc. For such anxiety, intervention is important, for you are losing the 'nourishment' of food and sleep your head and body need. Seek a psychiatrist who does cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety and medication management. Also, seek mindfulness meditation training, extremely helpful! ...Read more

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I'm having trouble sleeping. I constantly feel tired, body ache, dizzy and difficulty breathing. Sometimes i feel my heart is beating fast.?

I'm having trouble sleeping. I constantly feel tired, body ache, dizzy and difficulty breathing. Sometimes i feel my heart is beating fast.?

YOU NEED COMPLETE EX: With your symptoms you need a complete physical exam and other tests like blood test and ekg, and sleep studies to rule out sleep apnea to find the cause and appropriate treatment we need more history like your age, smoking history, family history, weight and height, history of any coexisting condition, to give specific advice. ...Read more

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Anything I can do to relieve these body aches from slumping?

Anything I can do to relieve these body aches from slumping?

Don't slump!: I'm not trying to be cute, but if aware of slumping, try and correct your posture. On days in which i see patients, i'm sitting more than i want, frequently bent over a desk writing. I tend to have mild back aches. You need to try and strengthen you back muscles, particularly the trapezius and both latts. This will put your back in a better situation. A gravity inversion device can help! ...Read more

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What can I do to relieve body aches when i'm on airplanes?

What can I do to relieve body aches when i'm on airplanes?

Muscle cramps: The most common aches are muscle cramps. Drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration. Wear compression socks/stockings but loose fitting clothes. Avoid crossing your legs. As soon as it is feasible, exercise (walking, yoga, calisthenics) when you are at your destination. If the flight is long enough, get up from your seat and walk the length of the airplane to break up the prolonged sitting period. ...Read more

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I am severely tired and have body aches all over. Can u help me?

Virus: If this has just been going on a few days, it's probably a virus. If you have a fever or a cough, then those are pretty sure signs that's all it is. If this has been going on for weeks or months, then something more severe is at play. You should see your doc and have some blood tests done. Get a thorough check up. See a functional medicine doctor (see functionalmedicine.Org). ...Read more

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Insomnia (Definition)

Insomnia is a sleep disorder in which you cannot fall or stay asleep. It usually accompanies another sleep, medical, or psychiatric disorder, and can lead to memory impairment, mood changes, and increased risk of ...Read more


Dr. Richard Levin
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Aches (Definition)

Aches are ...Read more