For those of us living with Lupus, sleep comes with the territory. On a normal basis, we live with debilitating fatigue that requires us to get upwards of 10 to 12 hours of sleep just to be able to function in the ….
Usually after a day with filled appointments or other activity, I have to take the next day to recover. I plan to stay in bed, or at least sleep late to make up for the extra energy expended. It’s a familiar pattern ….
Once upon a time, I was well known for having a keen eye for detail and a habit of being alert and prompt. Not completely sure if it’s the Lupus or the Lupus medications that are responsible, but I now find myself ….
The inability to sleep is one of the quieter ways we Lupus patients suffer. When nighttime rolls around, everything that was bothering us during the day seems to amplify a bit. When this happens night after night, the repercussions are ….