Pain & sleep

If you’ve got nagging joint or muscle pain, it’s bad enough during the day.

But nighttime is worse.

Say your back is aching. Or your “bum” knee…

During the day it hurts, that’s for sure.

Then as you lie down in bed… there’s nothing left to distract you.

And the persistent throb of pain makes it really hard to get to sleep.

God help you if you wake up in the middle of the night.

Because getting back to sleep is often worse.

Pain and poor sleep are partners in crime. Pain can be the main reason you wake up over and over. Or why you can’t get to sleep in the first place.

And the more sleep deprived you are, the lower your pain threshold. Which makes any pain feel even worse…

It’s a vicious cycle, in every sense of the word.

When you’re dealing with nighttime pain, you need relief – and you need it right away.

That’s one of the reasons why I’m so proud of our Patriot Flex. It not only works fast, it lasts for hours.

So you’ll feel your pain subside quickly. And you’re less likely to be woken by pain after you’ve drifted off…

Better sleep also helps ease your pain in the long run. Better quality sleep directly changes your pain threshold.

Sleep better at night, you ache less in the morning. And if aches come back, you’ll feel them less…

Especially if you pinpoint your pain, and “roll it away” with Patriot Flex.

Patriot Flex can also make it easier for you to exercise. Which reduces your pain (sounds counter-intuitive… but it’s true!).

Which improves your sleep…

Which – you guessed it – helps reduce pain even more.

Now that’s a cycle you want to embrace.

If you’re dealing with pain, you can learn about Patriot Flex right here.

Here’s to a good night’s rest for all of us.

God Bless,

Jeff Reagan
Editor, Patriot Health Alliance

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