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Poor sleep quality may be linked with greater next-day pain intensity in kids

from American Pain Society via Physical Therapy Products

Among children who underwent major surgery, poor nighttime sleep quality could be associated with greater pain intensity, according to researchers from the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Hospital. In the study, published recently in The Journal of Pain, the researchers examined the longitudinal sleep patterns of 66 children who had undergone major surgery over a four-month period, to assess the relationship between daily sleep quality and pain. They suggest that poorer night-time sleep quality would be associated with greater pain intensity, according to a media release from the American Pain Society. more


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