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Bidirectional Communication and Sleep

Also, sleep-deprived humans immunized against infection with influenza virus had lower virus-specific antibody titers compared to non-sleep-deprived individuals (Spiegel, Sheridan, and Van Cauter 2002). Despite the evidence that sleep loss has effects on immune function and secretion of cytokines, the significance of these changes on the immune response is not known (Irwin 2002). Finally, illnesses such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and depression show NREM sleep disruption (Moldofsky 1993). Primary sleep disorders are also associated with alterations in immune competence (Sakami et al. 2002). Thus, decreases in the numbers of CD3+, CD4+, and CD8+ T cells and reduced NK cell responses have been associated with chronic insomnia (Savard, Laroche, Simard, Ivers, and Morin 2003).

Other medical conditions

Sleep disturbance is very common in the fibromyalgia syndrome. The most prominent complaints in these patients consist of non-restorative sleep which is associated with non-specific polysomnographic abnormalities of sleep fragmentation, increased awakenings, decreased sleep efficiency, and also alpha-NREM sleep which, however, is not specific to this condition. PLMS has been documented in many patients. Treatment of this condition, which is unsatisfactory, combines tricyclic antidepressants with short-term intermittent treatment with Zolpidem, an exercise programme, education, and reassurance.

Diagnostic and clinical features

There are also likely to be features that occur in the other somatoform disorders, such as failure to be reassured by appropriate assessments and explanation, excessive consultations, investigations, and unsuccessful physical treatments, and disability and dependence on others, which can be extreme. The pain can be localized, as in low back pain, or generalized, as in fibromyalgia.

Mood and anxietyrelated disorders

These are by far the most common mental disorders associated with pain in most settings. In the general population, 12 per cent of adults have experienced chronic widespread pain (defined according to the criteria of the American College of Rheumatologists) in the previous 3 months and their prevalence of mental disorders is three times that of the pain-free population. Most of these diagnoses are mood and anxiety disorders, with the former being more common in those with chronic pain. In pain clinic settings, the prevalence of mental disorders varies according to referral patterns, but about 30 to 40 per cent of patients have depressive disorders, and this is similar in those with and those without a relevant physical disorder. (3) Those without organic disorders tend to have lower ratings for both mood disorders and pain severity. Those with mood disorders report more severe pain.

Other somatoform conditions

A number of specific somatic syndromes have been described over the last several decades. These specific syndromes are sometimes defined by the particular somatic symptoms experienced (e.g. fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome) and sometimes by particular beliefs about aetiology (e.g. multiple chemical sensitivity, systemic candidiasis, electrical allergy). In every case, controversy persists about whether the somatic symptoms should be considered 'medically unexplained' (that is to say a somatoform disorder). Community surveys suggest that non-specific symptoms (such as fatigue or diffuse musculoskeletal pain) are common, but that the prevalence of strictly defined syndromes (such as fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome) varies considerably with the criteria applied 4 d546 aDd 47 Most of these syndromes appear more often in women than in men.(4 ,49) Both community(4 l95.0) and primary care surveys 1.) have found several of these syndromes to be...

Disease onset and clinical expression

The dopamine deficiency of PD appears not to have much of a symptomatic impact until stores are depleted by at least 50 , according to studies using flourodopa PET and B-CIT SPECT imaging techniques.58-60 As neuroprotec-tive therapies are developed, early detection of the pre-clinical stage of neurodegeneration will be essential to prevent major symptoms from developing or to halt the manifest clinical disease before disability occurs. Symptoms that actually precede the classical motor signs of PD are often nonspecific and vague. Gonera et al., in a retrospective case-control study, found a prodromal phase prior to the onset of parkinsonism lasting 4 to 6 years, in which PD patients made more office visits to their general practitioners than control subjects.60 Presenting symptoms in this prodromal period included fibromyalgia, pain and other sensory complaints in muscles and joints, hypertension, and mood disorders. These early nonspecific symptoms are often noted only in retrospect...

Periodic Limb Movement Disorder

PLMD is a sleep-related movement disorder characterized by the presence of PLMS and by clinical sleep disturbance that cannot be accounted for by another primary sleep disorder (30). The PLMS are considered responsible for sleep fragmentation and a complaint of EDS. However, PLMS are present in 6 of the general population and in more than 45 of adults aged 65 years or older (95). Also, there are a number of conditions other than RLS where PLMS are also recorded, for example, in about 45 to 60 with narcolepsy (96), 70 with RBD (97,98), 27 to 38 with OSA (95,99-101) and also in insomnia, sleep-related eating disorder (SRED), fibromyalgia, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder. Medications, for example, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, tricyclic antidepressants, lithium, and dopamine receptor antagonists are also known to precipitate PLMS. Low brain iron, as reflected by serum ferritin may also play a role. Thus, persistence of PLMS and related clinical sleep disturbance...


A 34-year-old divorced woman with two children presented with a 3-month history of reduced mobility and was admitted via a casualty department to a general medical unit. The examination findings were those of a moderate spastic paraparesis. Further history from the patient revealed that, 6 years earlier, she had begun complaining of tiredness. She was seen by a number of hospital specialists and a diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome was made. Two years after the onset of these symptoms, she had a 2-week episode of lower limb weakness when she was effectively housebound. This recovered spontaneously. Subsequently, she complained of muscle aches and pains, and further assessment by a hospital specialist led to revision of the diagnosis to fibromyalgia. She experienced bladder problems, and she recalled a spell during which she would bend her neck and experience tingling in both hands. Her marriage broke up, and she had increasing difficulty coping with her young children.


The prominent fatigue of Addison's disease has led to several researchers suggesting the hypothesis that adrenal function is also impaired in patients with CFS. In support of this suggestion there is some evidence that patients with chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia have both low levels of cortisol and an abnormal adrenal response to stress and exertion. (19 These findings require replication. If they prove to be robust, they may not only suggest a mechanism of symptom production in CFS but also represent a definite biological difference between CFS and depressive disorders, in which cortisol levels are typically elevated.


There are no studies utilizing criteria-based diagnoses of psychiatric illnesses in patients with hyperparathyroidism. (63) Several case series, however, suggest that the severity of psychiatric symptoms intensifies as the level of hypercalcaemia increases. Delirium, psychosis, and cognitive impairment are common in patients who have serum calcium levels above 16 mg dl. Depressive symptoms, but not cognitive symptoms, tend to resolve with treatment.(71 Cognitive symptoms may improve, but residual symptoms usually remain. The diagnostic considerations in patients with multiple vague non-specific symptoms that suggest fibromyalgia and depression should include hyperparathyroidism.(72) Therefore it is important to check calcium levels early to identify hyperparathyroidism in such patients or in refractory psychiatric disorders with this symptom complex.

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Quite often OM is identified rather late because it presents with vague nonspecific complaints that simulate other common conditions such as fibromyalgia, polymyalgia rheumatica, polymyositis, osteoporosis, and metastatic diseases. The presenting symptoms include three p's pain, polyarthral-gia, and proximal muscle weakness. Most patients present with pain of insidious onset. The pain may be progressive and involve the spine, rib cage, pelvis, and the limb girdles. Several areas may be painful and tender simultaneously, thus simulating fibromyalgia and other systemic diseases. Many patients complain of bilateral joint pain and diffuse muscle aches. Polyarthralgia with synovitis of the hands and feet may develop. Myopathy can result in proximal muscle weakness, especially of antigravity muscles such as the quadriceps. The weakness gradually evolves and brings about functional deficits. Initially the patients complain of fatigue. Later on they develop difficulties getting up from the...

Back Pain

16.7 Appendix Myofascial Pain Syndrome and Fibromyalgia 507 16.7.1 Nature and Pathogenesis 507 16.7.10 Fibromyalgia 509 Diagnostic Criteria of Fibromyalgia 509 Pre-Determined Points in the Diagnosis of Fibromyalgia 509 Treatment of Fibromyalgia 509 General Bibliography 510

Sleep Studies in CFS

Several early studies suggested that as many as one-half of individuals with CFS have mild sleep apnea syndrome (five or more episodes per hour of apnea hypopnea), periodic leg movements or the restless leg syndrome Other studies with more stringent criteria for these disorders either did not find this result (Krupp, Jandorf, Coyle, and Mendelson 1993 Le Bon et al. 2000 Sharpley, Clements, Hawton, and Sharpe 1997). However, one recent study (Gold, Dipalo, Gold, and Broderick 2004) bearing confirmation did report a high rate of sleep disturbed breathing in patients with fibromyalgia, a pain syndrome often occurring in CFS patients. Symptoms of unrefreshing sleep are reported to be greater when the cyclic alternating pattern (CAP, periodic appearance of delta waves and K-complexes) occupies a greater percent of sleep (Terzano and Parrino 2000). And importantly when looked at the other way, patients with fibromyalgia, a syndrome of medically unexplained pain that overlaps with CFS, have...