Does Pain Interrupt Your Sleep?
Many times when we suffer from pain, we don’t sleep well. The stress of not sleeping well generates new inflammation and new inflammation generates new, additional pain. When we have pain, we don’t sleep well. When we don’t sleep well, we have pain. The answer is to get a good night’s sleep.
A good night’s sleep reduces pain, stress, and regenerates our body to produce healthy cells and hormone levels. There is a disruption of hormones like estrogen and testosterone respectively in females and males that can have dire consequences. We would all do better with 9-10 hours of sleep each night. Our sleep cycle has shortened due to the discovery of electricity. Getting by on five or six hours of sleep, or a night interrupted by pain can harm our health.
A combination of nutrients can be quite helpful improving sleep and reducing pain. Nutrients such as curcumin, boswellia, DLPA, nattokinase, P-5-P, and melatonin support the mechanism of the body to reduce inflammation, pain, and reset the sleep cycle.