I will leave the definition of lack of sleep up to you. If you do improve with lack of sleep a brief description of what improves will be interesting. It does'nt matter if you are/are'nt taking anything to get to sleep. Thank you and goodnight.
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whatever makes your symptoms better or worse also makes you sleep longer/shorter the night before.
I'm just looking for basic information in this poll to see if it corresponds to something I found by accident recently. Wont say what that is yet as I dont want to influence the poll result.I do want to point out that correlation could mean that whatever makes your symptoms better or worse also makes you sleep longer/shorter the night before
lack of sleep makes my symptoms way worse and the worse my symptoms are the harder it is to get good sleep
The poorer the sleep the worse my symptoms are
I think you need to add a tick box for 'I am a female/male and lack of sleep makes me worse' ....
I am male and lack of sleep makes my symptoms worse. Also it leads to over exertion since I'm up for longer.
I’m not quite certain how to answer this poll, because I am female and a lack of sleep definitely makes it much worse,
I think it's pretty clear that you really would profit from the addition of an option for LACK OF SLEEP MAKES ME WORSE .... here are 6 votes that couldn't be entered because your poll left out a crucial 3rd option, which means whatever information you derive from it will be incomplete, and therefore probably inaccurate.I didn't vote since lack of sleep making things much worse wasn't an option.