Because fatigue affects 80–90% of people living with lupus, you probably face it, too. More sleep—and better-quality sleep—can go a long way in helping this common symptom.
With many chronic illnesses and sleep issues, it can be hard to tell the cause from the effect. By improving your sleep, you may be able to manage some of your lupus symptoms. Or, by better managing some of your symptoms (such as joint pain), you may be able to get better sleep.
Between the kids, my job stress, and my aching joints, getting enough good sleep seems almost impossible.
Making good sleep choices
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