Adults who slept two hours longer than usual for four nights had decreased pain sensitivity than those who kept their normal sleep schedule, according to a study in the journal Sleep. The findings failed to explain why more sleep reduces pain, but researchers said that sleep loss and pain each raise levels of inflammatory markers.
Longer hours of sleep may lessen pain sensitivity
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