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How Chronic Pain Can Impact Sleep

Posted by Darian Dozier on Dec 30, 2021 8:51:00 AM

Chronic pain is a debilitating aspect of life that involves discomfort, inflammation, and other chronic illnesses that impact everyday life. Not only does chronic pain impact daytime function, but also negatively impacts the bodies' ability to go to sleep. Here is some information on what pain is, common sleep disturbances, and some coping strategies to deal with pain in order to sleep better. 

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Relationship Between Pain and Sleep

Posted by Tyler Britton on Oct 22, 2021 3:11:00 PM

How Much Are We In Pain?

Pain-related sleep loss is a real thorn in the side of society. The 2015 Sleep in AmericaTM Poll found that 21% of Americans experience chronic pain. It also found that 36% of people have experienced acute pain in the last week.

The bottom line? It indicates that more people were in pain than weren’t in pain within the last week. If you are reading this, you are likely in the majority (pain) category.

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How Muscles and Pain Affect Sleep

Posted by Tyler Britton on Sep 19, 2021 2:51:00 PM

Pain is all too common in our world today, and it greatly impacts our quality and quantity of sleep. Chronic pain can really hinder your ability to get a good night’s sleep, which makes it harder to heal, and creates many other complications. Here is a quick overview of how muscles and pain interact with sleep, and some tips for how to improve your sleep, even in the presence of pain.

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Statistics on How Much Pain Negatively Impacts Sleep

Posted by Tyler Britton on Jul 17, 2021 1:54:00 PM

The Pain Epidemic

In the United States, we live in a pain epidemic. The 2015 Sleep in AmericaTM Poll found that 21 percent of Americans experience chronic pain. Considering the recent rise of the opioid epidemic, this is probably not surprising. It also found that 36 percent of people have experienced acute pain in the last week.

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Topics: Pain and Sleep

How Does Pain Affect Sleep?

Posted by Tyler Britton on Jul 2, 2021 1:46:00 PM

How much are we in pain? 

Pain-related sleep loss is a real problem. The 2015 Sleep in AmericaTM Poll found that 21 percent of Americans experience chronic pain. It also found that 36 percent of people have experienced acute pain in the last week.

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Topics: Pain and Sleep

Relationship Between Pain and Sleep

Posted by Tyler Britton on Dec 15, 2020 8:00:00 AM

How Much Are We In Pain?

Pain-related sleep loss is a real thorn in the side of society. The 2015 Sleep in AmericaTM Poll found that 21 percent of Americans experience chronic pain. It also found that 36 percent of people have experienced acute pain in the last week.

Read More
Topics: Pain and Sleep

How Muscles and Pain Affect Sleep

Posted by Tyler Britton on Apr 23, 2020 8:00:00 AM

Pain is all too common in our world today, and it greatly impacts our quality and quantity of sleep. Chronic pain can really hinder your ability to get a good night’s sleep, which makes it harder to heal, and creates all sorts of complications. Here is a quick overview of how muscles and pain interact with sleep, and some tips for how to improve your sleep, even in the presence of pain.

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Topics: Pain and Sleep

Statistics on How Much Pain Negatively Impacts Sleep

Posted by Tyler Britton on Aug 5, 2019 9:35:36 AM

The Pain Epidemic

In the United States, we live in a pain epidemic. The 2015 Sleep in AmericaTM Poll found that 21 percent of Americans experience chronic pain. Considering the recent rise of the opioid epidemic, this is probably not surprising. It also found that 36 percent of people have experienced acute pain in the last week.

Read More
Topics: Pain and Sleep

How Does Pain Affect Sleep?

Posted by Tyler Britton on Jul 16, 2019 8:00:00 AM

How Much Are We In Pain?

Pain-related sleep loss is a real thorn in the side of society. The 2015 Sleep in AmericaTM Poll found that 21 percent of Americans experience chronic pain. It also found that 36 percent of people have experienced acute pain in the last week.

Read More
Topics: Pain and Sleep

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