Spontaneous Pain? Get More Sleep…

NBC 5 Chicago is running a story on their website about a recent study conducted by Dr. Michael T. Smith of JHU. Dr. Smith found that women who were frequently woken up from their sleep experienced a higher rate of spontaneous pain. Here is the kicker – the spontaneous pain may cause them to be woken up even more frequently in the night. It’s a viscous cycle…

 Another article about the same study

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  1. Amen Lisa! I am with you and am raising my three beautiful daughters to dream and be leaders.. And perhaps one of them will open an orp3&nagea#82h0; that was my dream as a child and one of my daughters shared that it is hers (without knowing it was mine) Too much government is good for broken hearts and broken dreams. Our future is in our hands and we can and will keep the dream alive!Valerie Remy-Milora recently posted..

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