Tossing and turning, not being comfortable, or your mind just won’t shut off can all keep you wide awake throughout the night; but for those with chronic pain, there are even more struggles with falling asleep.
Chronic Pain continues to affect millions of people in the world, with new cases reported every day. Not only can it begin to take a toll on your physical health, but it can also take over your mental well-being, and emotional stability.
The summer time is usually a favorite season for many people, enjoying outdoor activities and vacation time away from work—but for Chronic Pain sufferers, the risk of sun burn adds an extra stress factor in dealing with everyday pain management.
A recent study by Gallup indicates that more than one third of Americans above the age of 50 suffer from some type of chronic back or neck pain, while a slightly smaller amount suffer from chronic pain in the leg or knee.
Do you suffer from back pain? Well, you’re not alone. As a matter of fact, 8 out of 10 people will have an issue with back pain at some point in their lives, whether it is an isolated incident or a chronic condition.