Fibromyalgia is associated with very poor sleep quality. The pain interferes with sleep and poor sleep exacerbates the condition.  Patients suffering from fibromyalgia are caught in a cycle which leads them to become dependent on sleep medications that in turn worsen the cognitive inefficiencies. Neurotherapy can break this cycle by correcting the neurological conditions associated with the symptoms. The same theory applies to specific pain such as migraine headache and generalised pain.