“Sleep is my drug, my bed is the dealer, and my alarm clock the police.”

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“Sleep is my drug, my bed is the dealer, and my alarm clock the police.”

chilly lake

Sleep.  The “little death”, the “golden chain that binds health and our bodies together”, “sleep is a hint of lovely oblivion”.

There’s no doubt that having pain and sleeping well just don’t go together – having trouble with sleep is a common problem for people living with pain.  One study reports that over a period of 26 months, 67% of people living with chronic low back pain experienced poor…

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