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    When Pain Interrupts Your Sleep
    Caprice_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Whether it's from a sore lower back or throbbing tooth, pain is hard enough to deal with in the light of day. But pain at night that robs you of your much-needed sleep can be downright exhausting.

    Read more on this via the link above and share your thoughts and experiences.

    How is your sleep?
    We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us. ~Joseph Campbell
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    mrahoe responded:
    thank you caprice :)

    i have really been having a problem for a few weeks and reading this made me take stock of all my meds so i could see if anything might be fighting the genaric tramodol iv started. .it was then that i realized i have not had my anti depressents for a few weeks. .

    this could explain how messed up iv been in many ways for the last little bit

    i know i have sleep apnea but am to clostraphobic to wear the mask. . but use the relaxation cd's i have all the time. .

    thanks again for helping me out of my duh moment. . lol

    Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind.--Dr. Suess
    Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to mrahoe's response:
    I hope you're able to find a way to deal with the sleep apnea, John. Too many consequences of not getting that under control.

    And you're very welcome, glad the article helped you figure out what's changed for you recently.
    We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us. ~Joseph Campbell

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