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MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) - Research has shown that lack of sleep makes people more vulnerable to pain. Experts suggest making sleep a priority make make a positive difference for people dealing with pain.

Dr. Richard Lehman, an orthopedic surgeon, explains how activities during the day coupled with your sleep position may result to injuries in the future and how important enough sleep is to your health.

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