The relationship between sleep and pain is complicated. Sore joints can keep you up at night, and lack of sleep can make you more sensitive to pain. In fact, up to 90% of adults with chronic joint pain are unable to sleep well, according to the Cleveland Clinic. You may have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep if your hips, knees, or shoulders
ache due to arthritis, osteoporosis, or fibromyalgia. Fortunately, there are simple behavioral changes that can help you to manage the discomfort and sleep more peacefully. Try these home remedies and work with your doctor to find relief.
Say Goodbye to Sore Joints and Sleepless Nights