Sleep Well with Sore Joints

Don't let achy joints keep you from getting a good night's sleep


If chronic pain in your hips, knees, shoulders or other joints interferes with your sleep, you can enter a vicious cycle. Pain keeps you from getting a good night’s sleep, and lack of sleep can make it harder to cope with pain.

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