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Why pain seems worse at night

By Rocío de la Vega de Carranza, Investigadora Ramón y Cajal (Psicología), Universidad de Málaga
We have all experienced pain becoming more unbearable at night. The absence of stimuli and the influence of circadian rhythms could explain this phenomenon.The Conversation

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