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Sleeping After Surgery

May 10, 2022
Sleep is critical for healing after surgery and trauma, but it is almost impossible to attain quality sleep when in pain. There are specific regions of the brain that control pain and sleep, so when you feel pain, you don't get good quality sleep, and when you don't get quality sleep, you feel more pain

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