Sciatica | Is Sciatica Causing You to Lose Sleep?
Sciatica | We all know the importance of a good night’s rest. Quality sleep makes it possible to function properly and perform as expected the next day. Unbeknownst to most, pain is an essential function of the body. However, it can cause a loss of sleep which is also an important function of the body.
Seeking treatment from a licensed provider can help you to acquire a good night’s rest. Pain in the body can make it hard to find a comfortable resting position. Sciatica can be so painful that you won’t be able to lay down at all. Knee pain may prevent you from finding a comfortable position to sleep in at all. Shoulder pain or pain in any of the large joints can interrupt a night’s sleep. This loss of sleep can cause an imbalance in your health. More than 50% of people who suffer from sciatica are faced with lack of sleep. The pain and sleep deprivation are connected to poor mental health, as well as physical health.
Pain Categories that May Interrupt Sleep Patterns
Sudden or lasting pain could cause a wrinkle in sleep patterns. This could be a sudden burst of chronic pain or an ongoing episode of sciatica or something similar. There are several remedies that can help relieve the pain that you are enduring. It is important to seek medical attention at the onset of pain.
Here are a few conditions of pain that may interrupt your sleep pattern and more importantly, your ability to function daily.
- Joint pain
- Migraines & Headaches
Stop allowing pain to keep you awake at night. Relief is available.
At Atlantic Coast Physical Medicine, we take an integrative approach to treat a wide range of issues. We specialize in delivering lasting relief by treating the root cause of your issues and chronic pain. Our team of board-certified nurse practitioners, physical rehab technicians, aestheticians, and chiropractors offer patients comprehensive types of treatment with two convenient locations in Mount Pleasant and Summerville, South Carolina. Schedule a complimentary consultation to find out what your options are for pain management and treatment.