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Warming up your body before going to bed helps to set yourself up for the natural core temperature dip that helps you get to sleep, which may be difficult if you're experiencing pain. Pain may be common, but it doesn't have to be prolonged. If homeopathic ways don't alleviate the pain, it might be a good idea to look for a new mattress. IDLE Sleep designs their 2-sided mattresses with materials to support restful night's sleep.
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