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Posted by: Eni | 2011-10-13

Fibromialgia

Hallo doc
Is it possible that lack of oxygen at night can cause Fibromialgia (muscle pain) symtoms? Or is it rather stress related?

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Fibromyalgia is something people still argue about, even experts. It is surely stress-related, and stress is well-known for causing increased muscle tension and various symptoms that can arise from that. Lack of oxygen at night doesn't normally occur, except perhaps to some degree when someone has Sleep Apnoea, and that tends to have a diferent pattern of symptoms

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011-10-15

Fibromyalgia is something people still argue about, even experts. It is surely stress-related, and stress is well-known for causing increased muscle tension and various symptoms that can arise from that. Lack of oxygen at night doesn't normally occur, except perhaps to some degree when someone has Sleep Apnoea, and that tends to have a diferent pattern of symptoms

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