Many people living with chronic pain report difficulties with sleep. Pain makes getting comfortable in bed harder and can delay falling asleep. It can also reduce sleep continuity, which means increasing the amount of times you wake at night and waking you earlier than usual in the morning. This leaflet, by Corran Moore, Victoria Collard and Nicole Tang from the Warwick Sleep and Pain Laboratory, explains more.
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