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Morning Pain If Staying In Bed After Waking Up.

Morning Pain If Staying In Bed After Waking Up.

Hello all,
I have been diagnosed with Fibro and experience full-body morning pain and fatigue after I wake up.

What is strange is that:
When I just wake up, get up immediately and move my body, I AM FINE.
If I stayed in bed for a little longer I get the pain and fatigue and it is so hard to get up.

Is this normal?

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

i have mentioned this MANY times here on this site,, YES ,, if i go back to sleep i wake up in a lot of pain ,, if i get up the first time and dont allow myslef to go back to sleep its good,, otherwise its
disasterous

edited, originally posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I am sorry to hear Monts,, we are here,, I heard on the news liver disease is up because of this pandemic ,, I can attest to a beer to many most nights ,, but the liver is strong and can bounce back when we give it a break,, try weaning off the wine a little every day and mulitple days without so your liver can recover,,, also be kind to yourself ,, warm hot baths,, taking breaks,, dont take on the world,, say NO to people instead of trying to be superwoman ,, its ok to spend a whole day on the couch or 2 even to make the pain stop ..

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I WISH more attention was paid to this,, i am now conciously trying to do some self talk when i first wake up so i dont allow myself to get to much back to sleep and kind of keep in a bit of a more awake state,, the last 4 days have really worked out ,, I used to lay in bed thinking about my dreams and it would put me back to sleep-ish,,, now i just try to switch my brain thinking into concious thought,, i think there is a problem when we stay in the semi-sleep (I call it the tweeners,, in between awake and asleep) state,,,

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I am not sure. It supposes to do with your brain signals.

posted about 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

i wonder sometimes if it has to do with cortisol levels,, they change with wake/sleep and maybe by drifting back to sleep we get to much or to little ?

posted about 1 year ago
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