I’ve lived with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) for almost 20 years, and I know all too well how it can interfere with one’s ability to get a good night’s sleep. It wouldn’t be so bad if it was one or two bad nights here and there. But the reality is, the pain and discomfort of PsA can cause many sleepless nights. This can make getting through the day very difficult, especially because PsA is often accompanied by chronic fatigue–and that makes things even harder.
If not addressed, this lack of sleep can lead to even more serious health problems. Cardiovascular issues and neurological problems are two major ways our health may be affected. With all the possible conditions that can arise in association with psoriatic disease, it is in our best interest to prevent them as much as we can.
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