4 hours sleep a day cause fibromyalgia

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I was healthy female in late 20s. Last year during june_sept . I had worked hard on my project and slept only 4 hrs a day. During that period i didn't not face any issues. In oct I experience d pain in wrist legs. Thought this could be due to overworking. But in nov my anxiety hit through roof. I experience d tinglibg, headaches, vision issues, pain all symptoms of MS. After umpteen tests MS was ruled out. I was good till jan this year. Since feb i have been aching all over.. rheumatologist ran tests for automune disease s. It was clear. He mentioned fibro. I dont have tenderpoints. Can we get fibro overworking or anxiety.

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    It can be due to work burnout that’s how my symptoms started, however I think I had worked in a hospital for 23 years and then worked in the community up until last year when I just couldn’t work anymore.

    It can be brought on by stress, however I think that mine had started in my twenties I’m now in my forties.

    Why not try meditating that has really helped me, try everything anything as I’m sure you will find something chair yoga is good.

    Wishing you all the best.

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    Hi im going through the same process. My symptoms are pins needles muscle pains and spasms and the back of my neck is really stiff and painful. I saw a neuro yesterday who did the physical exam and said he can see no signs of ms. I havent had mri so how he knows l have no idea. I have lupus and sjogrens
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    Yes anything that's quite stressful can cause this x

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    I have a lot of these symptoms especially vision problems and I'm being told it's all anxiety.

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