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Pain can make it difficult to sleep, but does a lack of sleep also affect pain levels? A study published in the Journal of Neuroscience suggests it does.
Although sleep complaints are a common symptom of irritable bowel syndrome, researchers have often struggled to confirm them.
Older adults are at higher risk for sleep deficiency—tending toward fewer sleeping hours and a different sleep-cycle pattern. Here’s what can happen when you don’t get enough.
Try to stay away from the following stimulants, which can contribute to poor-quality sleep.