Chronic pain can be unrelenting. Unlike acute pain for which therapies could provide relief, chronic pain can seldom be cured. Persistent pain often impairs functioning. It may be surprising but chronic pain patients’ quality of life has been found to be lower than those of patients with chronic illnesses (e.g., chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) or life-threatening diseases (e.g., HIV/AIDS). While some individuals manage to live fulfilling lives despite pain, others suffer both physically and mentally and go on to develop anxiety, depression, and even increased suicidal ideation and behavior. One plausible reason is that, to many chronic pain patients, pain is not the only source of distress and disability. Among the many other concomitant health and emotional problems, sleep (or the lack of it) is a particular area with which most chronic pain patients want help.
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Sleep Disturbance
- Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index
- Total Sleep Time
- Slow Wave Sleep
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