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How Chronic Pain and Sleep Interact
Do you know someone who suffers from chronic pain? It may be back pain, headaches, pelvic pain, fibromyalgia . . . many types of pain sufferers also experience sleep disruption. Unfortunately, people can get into a cycle in which pain disrupts their sleep, and insufficient sleep makes pain worse. This may seem logical, but let’s look more specifically at pain and sleep interactions.
A few chronic pain conditions are known for sleep disruption. One of them is fibromyalgia. 70% of fibromyalgia patients have sleep complaints, and one study found that 27 of 28 had sleep-disordered breathing. When the breathing was treated with CPAP, patients had a 23-47% improvement in symptoms. 80% of cluster headache patients are found to have obstructive sleep apnea. For those patients who experience insomnia due to pain, it’s been shown that Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment (CBT-I) will improve their sleep, and may slightly decrease pain.
How to Minimize the Effect of Chronic Pain on Sleep
When people are in pain and their sleep is disrupted, they may feel like they need to catch some ZZZs whenever they can, even during the day.