Some medications can interfere with your sleep.
Antidepressants, blood pressure medications and asthma meds are examples of prescriptions that can cause wakefulness or restlessness.
Some medications include caffeine or other stimulants, like certain pain medications, weight-loss products and cold medications.
GERD is an example of a health condition that can interrupt sleep.
Heart disease, cancer, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Dementia, migraines and many other health issues can cause insomnia. Sometimes the disease itself can cause sleeplessness as a symptom, and sometimes it is the stress, anxiety, depression or medication that causes sleep issues.
There are so many causes of pain.
Pain may come as part of a larger health condition.
You might experience pain as part of a car accident or workplace injury.
Sometimes, chronic pain occurs with weight gain, lack of exercise or poor posture.
Chronic pain can worsen over time if it isn’t addressed, leading to long-term health issues and insomnia.