Sclerosis sleep disorders can contribute to a large percentage of the
fatigue that is present in the majority of cases of MS.
studies are being done more often with more and more people all over
studies can help to determine if one or more of several sleep disorders
are present and contributing to insomnia, fatigue, depression, reduce
brain function and a whole host of other symptoms that are often
associated with Multiple Sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis sleep disorders, which can disrupt
sleep and even contribute to MS insomnia and MS fatigue, can include:
Restless Leg Syndrome
Other factors can also influence problems with MS insomnia and/or more extreme MS fatigue including:
Allergies (causing too much congestion making it difficult to breathe
when lying down)
Certain Vitamin Deficiencies (can include more extreme calcium and magnesium deficiencies, severe vitamin D or vitamin B12 deficiencies and others).
Low production of certain Neurotransmitters, like Dopamine, Melatonin, or Serotonin.
The initial sleep study is usually more of an evaluation stage to determine what sleep disorders may be present.
a sleep disorder is determined to be present, then further diagnostic
sleep studies can be performed to determine how severe the Multiple
Sclerosis sleep problems are that are present.
apnea is often the main problem that is typically diagnosed with more
severe sleep problems in many cases of Multiple Sclerosis, but sleep
apnea is not always present and further evaluations by your doctors may
need to be performed to determine if anything else can be contributing
to MS insomnia or MS fatigue.
When it come to Multiple Sclerosis sleep
problems, getting to the bottom of what is going on that is disturbing
your sleep can make a huge difference in helping your body to recover
from the MS attacks on the nervous system.
we get adequate restful sleep each night, this boost the immune system,
help the brain and the body to function better and allows our body to
produce larger amount of natural stem cells, which helps to repair the
nervous system from much of the damage that it may have had to it.
any problems that you are having with feeling fatigued or any problems
you may have with waking up often while you or sleep, or with problems
going to sleep or with having periods of time where you lie awake and
are unable to go back to sleep for an hour or so.
Your doctor can run further tests if the sleep studies do not show the presence of any sleep disorders.
doctors are the doctors who specifically interpret the data that is
gathered during the sleep studies, who will recommend what steps you
will need to take, based on his recommendations after reviewing the
sleep study results.