... affect your sleep? I was diagnosed 15yrs ago.
It probably has more to do with toxins building up in your body. The liver filters out waste products and toxins we take into our bodies, when the liver doesnt function properly those toxins build up in the blood stream. You should see your doctor and have a discussion about what is happening.
I think it's one of those Liver Cirrhosis things. I'm starting to get really tired now, I can sleep for 30 hours and wake up tired but if I get woken completely I have a devil of a time getting back to sleep at times; other times not. It makes no difference to my blood work if I get lots of sleep or none.
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