I have been in remission from FM for about 14 years. I developed my own treatment protocol partly based on the research done by Eisinger. A key element of my plan is to not eat or drink any calories after 3 to 4 hours before my normal bedtime. Obviously, don't try this if you are diabetic. I would be interested in hearing whether this helps others. The reason I believe this works is this. People with FM have low levels of growth hormone and also trouble acheiving deep sleep. You can sleep deeply only when in a fasting state. We also have high levels of pyruvic acid. This means we don't get into a fasting state easily. So fasting before bed helps us get to a fasting state and helps to make deep sleep possible. It is also a good idea to make the last meal of the day low carb. Use B vitamins, especially B1 to reduce pyruvic acid. Take a hot bath before bed. Let me know if this works for anyone else!