Sleep Measures Can Help Predict Next-Day Symptoms in IBS Female Patients

Sleep Measures Can Help Predict Next-Day Symptoms in IBS Female Patients
The exacerbation of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms in women are predictable through sleep disturbances, determined through an objective measurement of sleep, according to a recent exploratory study conducted at the University of Washington, in Seattle. Not only self-reported IBS symptoms, mood disturbance, and fatigue, but also objectively measured sleep using actigraphy are able to foretell next-day effects. “This small

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