Sleep and Pain

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Chronic Pain
Sleep disturbance and pain have a bi-directional relationship: those in pain tend not to sleep as well and not sleeping well increases pain. This handout outlines how sleep can influence pain and outlines strategies that may improve sleep hygiene and thus reduce pain.
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