How Sleep Could Contribute to Pain and Recovery

How Sleep Could Contribute to Pain and Recovery

In the United States alone, at least 100 million adults suffer from common chronic pain conditions, which is more than the number of people who have diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined. There are many factors that contribute to pain. However, one of the less obvious causes may be one of...

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What is a Trigger Point?

Hint: It has nothing to do with a gun. A trigger point usually consists of a small band of muscle which feels knotty. It is sometimes painful when touched, but the pain is often referred to another area of the body. A trigger point in the shoulder, for example, might cause a headache. What causes...

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