A study presented at a sleep conference found using morning bright-light treatment as an adjunctive treatment for fibromyalgia may help reduce pain sensitivity and improve function. Researchers found improvement gained from morning bright-light therapy was similar to that from cognitive-behavioral therapy and about half of what is gained from intense exercise therapy.
Study: Bright-light therapy may reduce fibromyalgia symptoms
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