The Necessity of a Good Night's Rest
Without enough uninterrupted sleep, people become angry, irritated, and short-tempered.
This can affect relationships at home or at work. At home, this could lead to unnecessary conflict, and at work, a lack of sleep can lead people to become more distracted, less focused, and less effective in their jobs. Worst of all, not being able to sleep hurts your body’s ability to heal itself over time.
If you are constantly in agony, whether because of a sore shoulder capsule, rotator cuff injury, frozen shoulder, or issues related to nerve pain, the result is the same: your life is less enjoyable. This is why learning how to get a good night’s rest is so essential while you undergo the physical therapy necessary to heal yourself.
Having effective frozen shoulder sleep positions becomes more important the longer the frozen shoulder condition persists. As patients tell us, during the day it is sometimes easy to get busy and forget about the pain, focusing on work or other necessary activities. But the pain is worse at night.