Crohn’s Disease and Insomnia Symptoms

Crohn’s Disease and Insomnia Symptoms
It Could Be Worse In a single-themed column, outside of my usual pattern of writing a series, I wanted to focus on a problem symptom I have suffered for a long time: Insomnia. Crohn's disease can be debilitating and it can leave patients exhausted, and there lies a major problem for the fatigued ― insomnia. 1:56 a.m. Inflammatory bowel diseases, like Crohn’s and other autoimmune diseases, can be very unpredictable. Crohn's and IBD can have a multitude of extraintestinal symptoms, involving the eyes, mouth, skin, kidneys and joints, with body pain, neurological problems and many other "Beyond the Bathroom" problems and manifestations.

Crohn's disease and insomnia

I've mentioned previously that one of my main Crohn's disease symptoms is insomnia or being restless during the night. An IBD patient may not suffer from insomnia, but I have found as the years go by, my restless symptoms have worsened.
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