Fibromyalgia, CFS and sleep levels 
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 Fibromyalgia, CFS and sleep levels

I know that there is a relationship between Fibromyalgia and deep
sleep.  I believe that there are five levels of sleep.  I think
that R.E.M. sleep is the third deepest level of sleep and that
there are two deeper levels of sleep.  If I am in error in any of
this, please let me know.

Which level of sleep is thought to be deficient in people with
Fibromyalgia?  Are there any known sleep disturbances associated
with CFS?  What sleep disturbances (if any) are associated with
clinical depression?  Do antidepressants correct the sleep
disturbances in these diseases?  Are there any good books or
medical journal articles about sleep disturbances and these
diseases?  Thank you in advance for all replies.

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Thu, 12 Oct 1995 22:36:53 GMT
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