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How to cure insomnia caused by chronic pain

Researchers at the University of Warwick in Coventry, UK, have stated that most patients who seek treatment for pain also report insomnia that is severe enough to warrant clinical attention. Perhaps that should come as no surprise - living with chronic pain is hardly going to be conducive to a [...]

Functional restoration may ease insomnia for those with chronic spinal pain

It's perhaps little surprise that individuals suffering from chronic pain often struggle with sleep. A recent study looked at individuals with chronic spine pain to determine how effective a functional restoration program would be at relieving pain and insomnia. Functional restoration is a rehabilitation program designed to improve physical function. [...]

The real reason why pain likely to lead to insomnia

It's perhaps unsurprising that those who suffer from chronic or widespread pain are more likely to experience problems with their sleep. However, a new study suggests that adults who suffer from pain for longer than a day are more likely to report sleep problems years later. The study in question [...]

When insomnia is caused by chronic pain

Unsurprisingly, those living with pain often find it difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep. If your insomnia is caused by chronic pain, you may want try some self-administered shiatsu pressure techniques on your hands. A small pilot study in Canada found that individuals who were taught basic shiatsu techniques [...]

Arthritis may cause insomnia, insomnia may cause arthritis

A couple of years ago I wrote about the link between arthritis and insomnia. It was typically thought that the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis often triggered insomnia - but now new research suggests it could work both ways. According to researchers, not only can joint pain cause insomnia, [...]