I know that sleep issues are a common problem in Fibro patients. I'm just wondering, does anyone jerk, flip, and flop somewhat violently (for lack of a better word) in their sleep? I woke up yesterday morning with a big knot on the top of my cheekbone and a bit of a shiner, so apparently I whacked myself during the night. I have an appt. in June for a sleep study. I'm confused about how these things work, though. How do you go to sleep knowing people are watching you, and if they give you a sedative, do they really get a true reading??? Anyone had any experience with this?
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