It has happened to all of us – some of us more often than others – but even though we’ve put in a long day, we’re staring at the ceiling, wide-awake at 1 a.m. According to SleepFoundation.org, insomnia can be caused by “psychiatric and medical conditions,” as well as other factors.
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Huffington Post says “any condition that leaves you in discomfort can understandably disrupt your sleep.” These conditions may include arthritis, back pain, fibromyalgia, and a host of other painful problems, according to the source.
The source points to a 2015 poll by The National Sleep Foundation that found only 36-percent of respondents with chronic pain reported getting consistently good sleep, while 65-percent of those without chronic pain reported the same.