The health benefits of exercise are numerous and well-documented. However, for those people who suffer from chronic pain, the act of exercising may be more limited and painful than the average person. Chronic pain sufferers also commonly experience issues relating to sleep quality and the amount of sleep they obtain.
The Huffington Post highlighted this problem in one of their recent articles. According to the news piece, a recent scientific journal article had results that suggest that "sleep is associated with physical activity for people with chronic pain, with sleep better predicting levels of next-day physical activity than pain intensity or mood in the morning". These results suggest that sleep and exercise are closely linked for chronic pain patients, and the value of sleep is important for the output and ability to exercise.
Attorney Doug Stoehr is a personal injury lawyer serving Blair and the seven surrounding counties in central Pennsylvania. He takes cases for clients who are experiencing chronic pain as the result of an injury due to the fault of another. For more information on his Altoona, PA area firm, please call his office at 814-946-4100 or visit his website at http://www.stoehrlaw.com.
For more on the original article from the Huffington Post, please click here.