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Help with Sleep

Education and Support for those affected by Neuropathy

Not enough Z's?

A good night’s rest is important on so many levels. It is when our bodies repair, when our brain processes the day’s information, how we our replenish energy. When neuropathy is keeping your up at night it seems like nothing is going to help; and the next day is even harder as you trudge through half rested. Getting back to basics like sleep hygiene is important but often not enough.

To get what you need you may need to combine many tips specific to sleep hygiene, pain management and supplements*. If you just can’t find routine that works it may be time to talk to your doctor to see what they can offer.

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Sleep Tips

Having trouble getting to sleep is one of the most common things we are asked about and it’s no wonder why. We should all be aware that getting enough rest is one of the most important things we can do for our physical and emotional health. After all, it is when we sleep that healing takes place.

That’s why we are giving you this collection of sleep tips we’ve picked up over the years. But, it really is more than “tips” since we explain... read more

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Featured Video…

CNA Guest Speaker Videos

When it comes to sleep and chronic pain there is often a vicious cycle in play. As pain intensifies, sleep gets worse, and as it gets worse, pain intensifies. Because of its effect on pain intensity, quality sleep is an important factor in pain management. When utilizing a holistic approach to chronic pain care, sleep must be considered.

Sleep Hygiene and Chronic Pain with Courtney Hutchinson, Registered Nurse, mental health advocate, and NLP practitioner.

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Because everyone deserves a good night’s sleep.

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