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Author Topic: Why does being in pain make you tired? Is it because you tense up against it, or  (Read 2094 times)

Offline Hiheels

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perhaps just the body's way of getting you to sleep through it - or something else?

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I wouldn't be surprised if it's because it fires loads of pain neurons in your brain and that keeps you in a high-alert state of mind, which you can't do for very long

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As we know pain gives us a wearing effect if having it continuously which is tiring in it's own right. Also the body needs rest very often to combat the problem that is causing it and sleep is the best way of getting it.