Sleeping with neck-down central nerve pain is difficult. But I do it — most nights.
I haven’t always been able to sleep through it. In the past, pain would consume my thoughts as everything got quieter usually. I would try to drown out the burning nerve pain with TV and medications. If I went to bed late enough, I would be so tired I would fall asleep, only to wake a few hours later. GRRRR!! I was so tired but couldn’t stay asleep. After discovering how much better the ...
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