Tag Archives: sleep
Posted on 30. Jan, 2012 by Jennifer.
Did you know that painful conditions like arthritis (and its various types) can affect the quality of your sleep, and poor-quality sleep can in turn affect your general health? The following discussion will help you understand how arthritis and its various symptoms can severely affect and impair your sleep in both day and night hours: [...]
Posted on 22. Oct, 2011 by Annie.
Why sleep is important in arthritis? Getting the right amount of sleep and the right kind of sleep at night may help improve your symptoms, and can help ease the pain and fatigue of arthritis. Most adults need seven to eight hours of “restorative” sleep per night. Restorative sleep leaves you feeling well-rested and ready [...]
Posted on 03. Sep, 2011 by Annie.
Although most people need about 7–8 hours of sleep each day, many people manage quite well with less and sleep is really only a problem if you’re not happy with the amount and quality you’re getting. However, unfortunately, all forms of arthritis can affect the way people sleep, especially if they cause pain that makes it uncomfortable to lie in bed.